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ISEA2010 RUHR Conference
P15 Expanded Visual Spaces
Tue 24 August 2010
Moderated by Mike Stubbs (gb)
- 13:00h | Chris Bowman (au): Explorations of Visual Representation. Towards a Language of Movement
- 13:30h | Louis-Philippe Demers (ca): Embedded Scenography in Interactive Public Art
Chris Bowman (au)
Explorations of Visual Representation. Towards a Language of Movement
The visual representation of immersive interactive cinematic content used by artists today are diverse and can be traced through the early pioneers of film. These can be explored through symbolic visual language and emergent and intuitive forms of visual representation of movement, time, and space and how this reflects and shapes the cinematic narrative. This paper examines the design and visualisation of experimental cinematic interactive content and will include a close look at an interactive artwork entitled Spring and Asura - Disturbance (2009).
Chris Bowman, BA (Hons), MA (Royal College of Art) is an artist and Director of Animation at the University of Technology, Sydney. He works in, film, animation, and interaction and display. He has received funding from ACID (Australasian CRC), Screen Australia, and the Australia Council for the Arts.
Louis-Philippe Demers (ca)
Embedded Scenography in Interactive Public Art
This research investigates the intrinsic role of scenography as an integral part of large-scale multi-user and multi-touch environments.
Louis-Philippe Demers makes large-scale robotic environments and interactive media artworks. He was Professor at the HfG/ZKM and currently is at the Interaction and Entertainment Research Centre at the NTU, Singapore.