• Date
      May 24, 2017

      Guillermo Married

      Spain
      Proyecciones Adaptables is a project developed in the Hello World! stage creation workshop, in Medialab-Prado (Madrid). It is a software based on free code that allows you to interact with a virtual stage, build it, shape it during the action. The system allows scenes to be projected in such a way that both the projection area and its content adapt to surfaces that can change position and orientation.
    • Date
      May 24, 2017

      Cogito ergo sum 

      Grefory Lasserre - Anais Met Dan Ancxt / France
      scenecosme
      www.scenecosme.com
      This interactive artwork is composed of a salt skull and a quadriphonic headphone. The skull is made of several interactive zones which produce sounds with electrostatic contact from the visitor. The spectator puts the headphone in order to explore with his hands the different zones of the salt skull. This intimist staging generates a symbolic mirror between the salt skull and the head of the visitor. The positioning of the hands over the different areas of the work affects the quadraphonic sound spatialization. The quality of gestures, the intensity of contacts and electrostatic energies reveal and change the various polyphonic sound textures associated with each of the areas of the soundscape. It offers a sound exploration, meditative and intuitive of this terra incognita that contains our thought.
    • Date
      May 24, 2017

      oscar martin 

      Spain
      Oscar Martin. Sound explorer, his work is in the deconstruction of field recordings and in the creative use of the errors of technology. Luthier-digital with the “pure data” programming environment, with which he develops his own tools for algorithmic and generative processing and composition in real time. All his sound work is published under creative commons licenses. He has published on labels such as DroneRecords, TecnoNucleo or Costellam.
    • Date
      May 24, 2017

      Carlos Pineda

      Colombia
      Photographer and Visual Designer from Design Art University in Montreal. He was born in Manizales and graduated as a Designer from Concordia University in Montreal. He has worked as a contributor to different magazines, including Zazpika from the Basque Country and Die Surche from Australia. He was the exclusive photographer for the book Savoir des libres at the University of Montreal and was part of the photographic team for the book Cafés de Colombia, first place at the Gourmand Cookbook Awards 2009, in Paris. He has participated in individual and collective exhibitions in Montreal, Versailles, New York and Manizales. He is a permanent collaborator of the CIPAV agency in Cali. He is currently a full professor in the Department of Visual Design at the University of Caldas.
    • Date
      May 24, 2017

      Susana Perez Tort

      Argentina
      In this text I explore the use of strategies to create the illusion of reality and how interaction with technological simulations impacts human consciousness. The studied object is a particular system, described in a novel, which I interpret as a “multimedia”. What is notable is that this construction was conceived in 1940. Adolfo Bioy Casares, author of the novel “La invención de Morel”, describes a system for image and sound projection in multidimensional space. The system aims to give the illusion of reality to what is appearance, a simulation. At the time of its publication, the work was included in the fantastic genre. Today it is a text of scientific anticipation. The system described could be carried out with the use of New Technologies.
    • Date
      May 24, 2017

      List of Insults

      Raivo Kelomees / Estonia
      Estonian Academy of Arts
      www.kelomees.net
      "List of Insults" is artwork involving collaborative participation. Visitors should reach each other hand and at the same time hold the metal tubes on the wall. Videos on the TVs start to work, presenting dialogues between fictional personalities who are discussing art, politics, and poetry. The participants could be two or more than two, but one person is not able to reach tubes on the wall. In that sense, single visitor should engage somebody in the exhibition room to be able to experience the artwork.
    • Date
      May 24, 2017

      lanis levy

      US / UK
      Born and raised in Brooklyn, New York, she has lived and worked in London for many years. She worked in the field of immigration and prisoners' rights, later graduating as a lawyer, while practicing to maintain her photography skills. His work has been exhibited and published internationally. Having fully resigned from his law practice, he took up photography again. His enduring commitment to social justice issues remains evident in much of his work.   
      http://www.andreapolli.com/
    • Date
      May 24, 2017

      Richard Buchanan

      United States design.case.edu/who/
      PhD in Design. Professor of design at various universities in the United States. He is editor of the international journal of design history, theory, and criticism, published by MIT Press: Design Issues. His numerous publications include: Discovering Design: Explorations in Design Studies and Pluralism in Theory and Practice. His work focuses on the rhetorical dimension of design; teaches communication design theory and industrial design, but is also constantly looking for new application areas, such as interactive design and organizational design.
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