Who is INTER-MISSION?
INTER-MISSION is an art collective works with variety technologies such as VR, video technology, drone and so on.They are started with Singaporean artist, but collaborate on various projects both locally and abroad. They are focusing on interdisciplinary and collaborative works in video art, audiovisual, performance, installation and interactive art.
INTER-MISSION web site : https://inter-mission.art
The Lapse Project
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Who are they?
“INTER—MISSION is an art collective dedicated to discourses of technology in art initiated in 2016 by Urich LAU and TEOW Yue Han. Focusing on interdisciplinary and collaborative works in video art, audiovisual, performance, installation and interactive art. The collective aims to inhabit the gap between technologically engaged artworks, artists and audiences.” – from their website
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The lapse project is a collection of five projects, all revolving around the theme of lapses in time, in memory and in realities. Whilst not being able to physically be in the preence of these art works, reading up on it I was able gather an impression of it.
The projects:VR Lapse Particle Lapse 24 hour Lapse Panorama Lapse Journal Lapse
Within the projects the last Read more →
Happenings | Disappearance at the Bar Gallery, felt like a trip to another world. And I do not mean in a good or bad sense, but rather, just an odd one. I had brought a friend from outside of school along to witness the performance, and upon arrival, spent the majority of it trying to point out things that were Read more →
The Lapse Project is an interactive installation by the Singaporean art collective, INTER-MISSION. It is a five-component work which “imagines a world that is constituted through interfaces where places of artistic and cultural identities become editable and can just as easily be switched on or off” as explained by Samantha Yap (2018) in The Lapse Journal:The first component, “VR Lapse”, Read more →
23 August 2019, I attended an art performance by local art collective INTER-MISSION at National Gallery Singapore. It was a confusing two hours while I watched the events unfold before me. As I, then, neither had any prior knowledge of the artwork I was sitting on, nor could I understand what the artists were trying to do; to put it Read more →
Project Jacquard was created by Google’s Advanced Technology and Progress (ATAP) department to explore the possibilities of interactivity between the us users and our inseparable smart phones, namely through textiles. By weaving conductive threads into regular fabrics such as Denim, Project Jacquard has enabled cloth to recognise simple gestures that translates into controls; allowing it to become convenient interfaces for Read more →
An interactive piece that I found interesting is “Future You” by Universal Everything. It is a digital interactive installation that “replicates” the human, into a sentient synthetic form. This form is mostly blob-like in nature, and whenever a different participant stands in front of the installation, the “reflection” changes, showing a new synthetic form, to represent this new participant.
While the Read more →
For my inspirational interactive artwork, I’d like to talk about Five Nights at Freddy’s, one of the most famous horror games on the Internet.
Five Nights at Freddy’s casts the player as a night shift security guard in a building filled with terrifying monsters. Unable to leave their office, the Read more →
In this post, I will discuss INTER-MISSION’s The Lapse Project and why I did not like it very much.
The Lapse Project was an interactive installation featured at The Arts House Gallery. I didn’t attend the exhibition myself, but thankfully INTER-MISSION has provided some photos as well as a Read more →