I would like to pitch the following for my project:
1 . For the individual work: an installation that deals with creating a space for people to have an audio-visual sensory experience that takes them to another place.
2 For the pair work, I would like to create a system where artists can come together to share items with one another. kind of like the Read more →
It will be an installation of plastic bags, where the idea is to show how plastic bags with colorful, eye-catching advertising are appealing at first but eventually begin looking decrepit when dumped in the trash and left to decompose.
“The Tiller Girls is a group of 12 small autonomous robots. These robots were developed in Artificial Intelligence for the study of gaits given minimal freedom of movements. The robots can only balance their torsos and shoulders but they can yet achieve a large variety of expressions and behaviors.”
I think it is interesting that this work was ‘inspired’ by real Read more →
I see all your works require technology. Why would you want to present your work related to technology and robots? It is highly important to choose the materials for your work because you might spent a lot of money and affect the feasibility of the work.
If you have limited budget, will you still make more works based on technology?
The project inspired me is called Up Series. It is a series of documentary film produced by Granada Television that have followed the lives of fourteen British children since 1964, when they were seven years old. So far the documentary has had eight episodes spanning 56 years (one episode every seven years). The children were selected to represent the range of socio-economic backgrounds in Britain Read more →
For the pitching of project ideas, I would like to suggest the following:
1 Personally, I would like to create an interactive installation that explores with the idea of Momento Mori, one that evokes potentially uncomfortable feelings of loss and empathy with the audience.
2 For the pair work, I would like to create a creative public space that encourages free artists expressions, like a lepak corner for artists to Read more →
With regards to the works of Professor Louis-Philippe Demers, he explores a lot on the interaction between robots and humans (i.e. Inferno and The Blind Robot). What drives your intentions behind exploring this area?
It in intrigues me because of how people are willingly experiencing these, putting trust to the robots and letting the robots interact with them. To me, Read more →
For the pitching of ideas, I have come up with two of them below.
For a project with a partner, I would like to curate the world’s largest art fair ever. It will consists of one gallery from each country, yes from each country in the world, all 196 countries. This will be a clash of cultures, ideologies, Read more →
Since this week’s reading is about budget control, i think my questions for Professor Louis-Philippe Demers couldn’t be more relevant.
Does budget ever a problem for you to design and execute your robotics sculptures/artworks?
As I imagined they are very expensive to build as they need very special parts and mechanism, is there a work where you changed some aspect of it to Read more →
There are many different roots one can go when deciding on an installation piece; the artist must come up with theme, location, and objection. He/she must determine the reaction and experience they want their audience to gain from the art piece. Installation art in principal is taking a large area and changing its perspective by filling it with art that Read more →