Reference: Paul, Christiane, ed. A Companion to Digital Art. Chichester: John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2016.
CHAPTER 13 INTERACTIVE ART: INTERVENTIONS IN/TO PROCESS BY NATHANIEL STERN
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The work I was inspired by in the minimalism exhibition was the room for one colour by Olafur Eliasson since not only was it impressive visually due (everyone went “wow” when they first entered the room ) but it has also given me a new perspective on how to use light as a medium. It made me think that Read more →
MINIMALISM – Mono-Ha “Object School”
Throughout the tour of the carefully curated Minimalism exhibition, works that caught my eye were works by Lee Ufan and Nobuo Sekine, with both artists having led the Mono-Ha movement in East Asia.
Mono-Ha “Object school” was an Eastern school of thought, which represented a group of 20th century Japanese artists. The core Read more →
Minimalism without a doubt is an art movement’s whose effects has permeated into the times we live in today. It can be clearly seen in everyday product design and the way we design visual communication and of course its still present within the art. The idea of “less is more is definitely” a lesson worth learning as to be able Read more →
Light – a very interesting “object” to work and play with. After all, how can we materialise the immaterial? The artists exhibiting in the Minimalism show do a great job in doing just that.
By creating an immersive environment with just light alone, the artists are able to make light feel tangible, as though it has a presence. Which I feel Read more →
Amongst the minimalist artworks at the National Gallery, Prop caught my attention, or at least after I read its description.
Upon first glance, it just looks like a pole someone propped up against a black, square sheet stuck up on the wall. What I learned, however, was that these two pieces aren’t as safely secured as I thought.
Prop is a sculpture Read more →
As minimalism is a term commonly used in modern days, there is a chance that this term gets misused by us these days. With the minimalism exhibition, it really helps us to understand the whole concept of minimalism and bringing us back to where it all started.
In National Gallery, there were a variety of works on display – ranging from Read more →
During my visit to Minimalism Museum, one artwork that I found interesting was Mona Hatoum’s “Impenetrable”. Based on the artist description, this work was meant to be an alternative version of another work by Jesus Soto called Penetrable (1967-97). Her colourful works are inviting for people and they get to interact fully with the installation.
Based on the Read more →
Link to the ppt:Ink, mountains and mystery ppt
Honestly, the main point for this presentation is to highlight the use of traditional painting in interactive art. For example the work done below by the Salvador Dali Museum:
More information and other virtual resources can be found on their website.
The reason why I chose the game though is due to the lack Read more →