I have never taken much interests in installation work when I visit museums prveiously, however, there was one sound art piece that left an impression on me.
“Raising Stars and Restoring Souls” – Zul Mahmood
This piece of work was part of the Majulah Singapura Series in SAM. I guess i was intrigued by the scale of the interaction and how the Read more →
The first interactive artwork I’ve chosen to discuss about is called “In order to control” by NOTA BENE and it consists of lines discussing the grey areas and ironies of/debates on morality being screened and projected on the floor. Viewers who step onto the projected area has their silhouettes projected onto the wall before them and their silhouettes are Read more →
I feel that Interactive artworks are able to communicate and include the audiences more as it allows visitors to be part of the installation. This allows the visitors to be more involved in the artwork and thus having a lasting memory of the installation.
Tiger & Turtle – Magic Mountain by Heike Mutter and Ulrich Genth
Its made out of metal of Read more →
Jill Magid – Evidence Locker
Magid chronicled a month spent in Liverpool, during which time she was in close communication with the operators of the citywide CCTV system. She carefully choreographed and edited actions in public places that were thereby initially filmed by the police cameras. Identifying herself by a bright red raincoat, she would call the police with her location Read more →
I’ve heard of unique interactive artworks before, and I am really excited to be attempting to do one!
There are 2 examples that inspired my idea. They are The Piano Staircase, and Pepsi’s Interactive Football Vending Machine.
The Piano Staircase, was designed by “The Fun Theory”, and started off at a subway station in Odenplan, Stockholm, in 2009.
It is an interactive musical Read more →
Artist: Peter Vogel
Title: The Sound Of Shadows
In this piece of work, Peter Vogel creates a composition through a curation of sounds reproduced by electronic objects.
In essence, he had selective curate transistors, resistors and diodes to from sounds based from electrons and wave sounds. His abstraction to use everyday underlying objects to produce a sense of rhythm inspired me to Read more →
The I-Ching Art Installation Involves 64 Chinese Phrases
Created by artist Huang Rui, the I-Ching art installation is hosted at the Opposite House hotel in Beijing, China. When the artist is presenting, guests are invited to hold one of the umbrellas and form a circle. Following the artist’s cue, the participating guests can then communicate with one another either aloud or Read more →
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Game of Skill 2.0 Concept by Christine Sun Kim Built by Levy Lorenzo URL: http://christinesunkim.com/performance/game-of-skill/
Deaf since birth, Christine Sun Kim explores her unique subjective experiences with sound in her work. Game of Skill 2.0 was exhibited in “Greater New York”, an interactive piece where viewers were invited to touch a staff-like device attached to a velcro Read more →