Interaction

La Vulnerabilita’ Video Di Tina Gonsalves

Che cosa succede quando si guarda un video? Quali cambiamenti avvengono nel corpo e nell'emotivitˆ del partecipante quando prende parte ad un'installazione interattiva? Le reazioni fisiche e psichiche del fruitore sono una componente fondamentale della vita dell'opera d'arte e diventano addirittura necessarie per la riuscita di un pezzo che racchiuda in sé tecnologia, creativitˆ ed interazione. Sull'indagine delle sensazioni, delle emozioni e della consapevolezza del corpo, che il pubblico sperimenta ed acquisisce entrando in relazione con l'opera, Tina Gonsalves (Sydney, 1972) ha basato una ricerca decennale, passando dall'uso dell'animazione, al video, fino all'interaction design.... READ MORE...

Konic Theatre, Terra Y Vida

Catalan theatre company Konic Thtr, created by Alain Bauman , artist and multimedia artist, and by Rosa Sanchez , dancer and choreographer, has attracted a large audience with its latest interactive theatre/dance work, NOU I_D , previewed at Cultania, Catania's multimedia theatre festival conceived by Salvatore Zinna.... READ MORE...

Limiteazero, Infinite Limits

Digicult got the opportunity to interview Limiteazero at their beginnings in March 2005. That is to say long ago. At that time, Tiziana Gemin wrote a pretty complete article about Paolo Rigamonti and Silvio Mondino, the two Milanese designers and architects composing Limiteazero.... READ MORE...

Tafkav And A Flower Called Vanda

Communication between different entities, in an age of deep anthropologic changes, is the topic on which the complex research of TAFKAV , 'The Artist Formerly Kwon As Vanda' , develops. That is a fully Italian installation which brilliantly deals with uncertain and controversial questions that still have to be discussed, thus succeeding in giving a glimpse on digital arts' next future and more.... READ MORE...

Lab (au): Meta Design. Liquid Spaces And The Cities Of Tomorrow

There are people living in cities who are careful observers of the slow changes which are taking place around them. Such people are not inclined to complaining about new telecameras controlling the access to the old town centre, about the prevailing traffic and polluted air, or the advertising billboards covering the facades of the old buildings in boulevards.... READ MORE...

Art Futura 2007: The Next Net

From 25 th to 28 th October 2007 Barcelona witnessed the 18 th edition of Festival ArtFutura, hosted as tradition in the stand of del Mercat de les Flores . The subject for this edition was 'The Next Net': experts and celebrities of the field tried to foresee the next developments of the web.... READ MORE...

Rafael Lozano-Hemmer: Relational Architecture

Mexico, Rafael Lozano-Hemmer's homeland, made its debut at the 52nd edition of the Venice Biennale with the artist's work exhibition. Rafael Lozano-Hemmer is well-known for his big installations used by the most various media and for his custom-made interfaces. In other words this artist loves the active interaction of the public. Robot installations, computers, video projections, sensors, lights (and shadows) and sounds, these are the means used for the creation of works. His works are famous because all around the world they can temporarily change space perceptions and their relations with people living there. Or they can draw attention to important issues such as the continuous control we are subjected.... READ MORE...

Todaysart 2007, The Hague International Art

The Hague , The Netherlands, is a little city with no more than 1million inhabitants and 1hour and half from Amsterdam . A grey sky as scheduled, avant-garde buildings, cycle facilities and the hundred-year-old Royal Art Academy . This Academy pays attention to anything artistic or modern. The weekend of 21 st - 22 nd September was dedicated to the Todaysart Festival. I'm coming from a couple of days in Amsterdam and the impact with the political capital of The Netherlands is completely different.... READ MORE...

Ars Electronica 2007: Goodby Privacy?

As every September, the 2007 edition of Ars Electronica took punctually place in Linz. Since 1979 the Austrian festival dedicated to digital art and new media has tried to draw the lines that link art, technology and society together. The event has surely always been an appointment that cannot be missed as well as a firm reference point in international digital culture scene.... READ MORE...

Alvarez-fernandez: Sound Amateur

Miguel Alvarez-Fernandez, young sound artist and designer ( Madrid , 1979), defines his background as a conventional one. Composition studies at the San Lorenzo de El Escorial Conservatory, composer in residence at the Madrid 'Residencia de Estudiantes' from 2002 to 2005, improvement in Germany at the Internationale Ferienkurse fur Neue Musik of Darmstadt, at the Stockhausen Stiftung of Kurten, at the Elektronische Studio-Technische Universitat of Berlin.... READ MORE...

Sonia Cillari: Body As Interface

If you are close to me , created in 2006, is requested by many. Festivals, digital art and new media exhibitions try to obtain it, though it is not always easy. Sonia Cillari , the author, says this interactive installation/performance is so unique and expensive that its duplication in order to have it in different places at the same time is not advisable l'autrice. A sensitive platform on which the visitors place themselves to become actors, performers and audience of their own actions at the same time. The actions turn into geometric shapes and lines around their bodies and movements and can be seen thanks to the huge projections on the surrounding walls.... READ MORE...

Deaf 07: Not Everything Is Interaction

What does interactivity mean? Which is the original and deep meaning of this word, and how the world of new media and creativity confront themselves with it? In which fields can interaction dynamics be traced back and which are the parameters defining interactive environments, structures, works, networks?... READ MORE...

Deaf 2007: Interact Or Die

Interact or Die is the warning of the ninth edition of Dutch Electronic Art Festival (DEAF), the international art and new media biennial organized by V2_Institute of Unstable Media which will take place in Rotterdam from 10th till 29 th April. By emphazising the unavoidable process of interaction, conditio sine qua non of human behaviour, new flexible interactive models are proposed and analyzed, with their characteristics that cannot be strictly defined, but on the contrary follow ever-changing rules of relation.... READ MORE...

Maria Roussou, Immersive Interactive Experience

Maria Roussou worked for years (1993 - 1997) at the CAVE of Electronic Visualization Laboratory in Chicago . From 1998 till 2002 she directed the Virtual Reality Department of the Foundation of the Hellenic World in Athene. She cooperated with several museums, such as the Minneapolis Walker Art Center , where she was in charge of online art education. She studied Electronic Media and Electrical Engineering & Computer Science at Illinois University in Chicago , she is PhD in Computer Science at London University and teaches New Technologies & Museums for Master of Arts program in Museum Studies at Athene University .... READ MORE...

Interactive Pictures By Nicolas Clauss

I didn't know Nicolas Clauss until a few months ago, when I occasionally read the communicate of the Bananram Festival that announced the purchase of one of his work Scalpe for 15.000 euros. Maria Rita Silvestri , director and curator of the festival, defines the work as 'characterized by a strong European identity' and states that 'he contaminates with poetry the digital instrument'. My curiosity was already going sky-high and in less than one sec I was on his site. I there discover a complex work, educated but involving at the same time, where analogical dialogues with digital openly, creating evocative, poetic, challenging images.... READ MORE...

By continuing to use the site, you agree to the use of technical cookies. Read at our privacy policy cookies policy

The cookie settings on this website are set to "allow cookies" to give you the best browsing experience possible. If you continue to use this website without changing your cookie settings or you click "Accept" below then you are consenting to this.

Close