Heidi Rae Coolie
Thoughts on the koi exhibition
- App development functioning in conjunction with Geo-fencing technologies
- Art piece to emulate human interaction and provide a platform for behavioural analysis
- Interpretation and retrospective take on things like institutions and community and offer momentary insights
- Perhaps even change habits
- Discusses human interactions with one another
- Reflective on habitual actions
- finding, navigating and accessing
- challenging conventions on human interaction and community.
- Can be used as an application for therapeutic purposes. Eg. for people who have PTSD
- Potential to talk about the different kinds of social structures
- Humanitarian, ethnocentric. Etc. (Refer to JASSS study that was conducted)
- Obstacle would be in generating the interest to interact
- Instead, we could automate the process by translating human positioning and movement to generate art
- why would people use this app instead of actually interacting?
- Possible Answer: in offering proxies/avatars/analogies, helps facilitate alternative perspectives for self-reflection
- Perhaps the app could be used to bring strangers together via the application.
Joejoe martin The Koi Pond
- Large scale interactive installation light sculpture.
- Does so with the use of projection mapping on a flat surface on the ground