‘Ear on Arm’ by Stelarc
“Engineering an alternate anatomical architecture, one that also performs telematically. Certainly what becomes important now is not merely the body’s identity, but its connectivity- not its mobility or location, but its interface. ” — Stelarc
Stelarc is a performance artist who has been known to physically alter his body and replace Read more →
Interactive art is a form of art that involves the spectator in a way that allows the art to achieve its purpose. It normally refers to products and services on digital computer-based systems which respond to the user’s actions.
Carina graduated with a BA Architecture degree from the School of Architecture of the National University of Singapore.
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COS × Studio Swine | New Spring
New Spring is an interactive installation and multisensory experience. The installation is a tree-like structure that releases bubbles containing a white mist. As the bubbles fall, it bursts when in contact with the human skin but bounces against the ground that is covered with a cloth like material. Additionally, the bubbles can be held Read more →
I remembered my very first trip to the Art Science Museum, Future World: Where Art Meet Science last year. I was awestruck.
This exhibition was created in collaboration with teamLab, a renowned interdisciplinary art collective.
Flowers and People, Cannot be Controlled but Live Together – Transcending Boundaries, A Whole Year per HourteamLab, 2017, Interactive Digital Installation, Sound: Hideaki Read more →
The world we live in now depends so much on technology. Digital has changed everything, and it is only going to continue. Digital is the future. When it comes to interactive art in this era, we are dealing with so much coding and programming, exploring the realms of technology.
Let us shift ourselves back in time when technology has not prospered. Read more →
“A celebration of communication” – Sean Hathaway
There is a reason inanimate objects have a huge roll in horror films and nightmares of every average human child – they are terrifying when they come alive and convey some form of emotion. Another relatively scary place is the internet. Most of the times, you won’t come across the unnerving content of the Read more →
What Remains of Edith Finch is an adventure (walking simulator) video game developed by an American Studio called Giant Sparrow. It was published in 2017 and received exceptionally positive review from the audience. The game was inspired by another walking-simulator game published in 2013 named Gone Home, in which player as the protagonist goes back to her old house to Read more →
This interactive art design caught my eyes at the moment I saw the name and I was wondering how can foot become a fall.
This artwork was commissioned in July 2006 by the NTT InterCommunicationsCenter (ICC), Tokyo, for their solo exhibition of Tmema projects. It actually captures the stepping sound of the visitors by microphones under the floor and visualizes the sound into Read more →
In celebration of the Scottish Canadian animator, producer and director Norman McLarens 100th anniversary of his birth did the Quartier des Spectacles and the National Film Board of Canada 2014 an interactive installation. Inspired of McLarens own work the film Canon. The installation welcomed the audience to reconstruct the original movie by together with each other do the original choreography Read more →
What is it about?
“the event of a thread” was created by visual artist Ann Hamilton and held in Wade Thompson Drill Hall. The main interactive art involved a large piece of Cloth hung in the center, connected to many threads that intersect and attached to the threads are swings for people to sit on. The hall resonates with voices from Read more →