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Access

Access, 2003
Access is a public art installation by the French artist Marie Sester that “calls for awareness of the implications of surveillance, detection, celebrity, and their impact on society”.
Using a computer vision system people are followed by a robotic spotlight controled by web users.
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From image to interaction

In this book Arjen Mulder investigates the origins of modern art from Leonardo da Vinci and Michelangelo to Kandinsky, Mondrian and Paul Klee, whom he regards not only as great artists but above all as great media theorists. In the process, he discovers how the models these illustrious [...]

Mathieu Briand

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Mathieu Briand’s work raises major questions about the Westen concept of the subject, particularly as it is formed by visual perception. It also reflects the transformation of our intenal world, which, as result of our increasing access to diverse virtual information, [...]

Boundary Functions

“Boundary Functions is a set of lines projected from overhead onto the floor, dividing people in the gallery from one another. When there is one person on its floor, there is no response. When two are present, a single line cuts between them bisecting the floor, and dynamically changing as they [...]

A Study Of Three Mirrors

“A Study Of Three Mirrors” by rAndom international are not really 3 mirrors. It’s a ‘temporary light painting’. Face recognition technology detects when the viewer is standing in front of the work and then directly paints the onlookers image in light. The Image then gradually fades. Evectively a mirror this work offers the ultimate immediate, [...]

Hand from above

Hand From Above encourages us to question our normal routine when we often find ourselves rushing from one destination to another. Inspired by Land of the Giants and Goliath, we are reminded of mythical stories by mischievously unleashing a giant hand from the BBC Big Screen. Passers by will be playfully transformed. What if humans [...]

Here After, UVA

Video
As part of the English Heritage Picture House exhibition, UVA created a video installation titled “Hereafter”. Hereafter uses a high speed camera to create a live history of the space, mixing previous recorded interactions, objects and people. Based Upon manufactured a custom enclosure for the screen.
by UVA, 2007

Opto-Isolator, Golan Levin with Greg Baltus

Video on vimeo
Opto-Isolator inverts the condition of spectatorship by exploring the questions: “What if artworks could know how we were looking at them? And, given this knowledge, how might they respond to us?” The sculpture presents a solitary mechatronic blinking eye, at human scale, which responds to the gaze of visitors with a variety of [...]

Audience, Random International

Audience on Vimeo
Audience is an installation conceived by rAndom International in collaboration with Chris O’Shea and consists of around 64 head-size mirror objects. Each object moves its head in a particular way to give it different characteristics of human behaviour. Some chat amongst themselves, some shy away and others confidently move to grab your attention.
When [...]

Inter Dis-Communication Machine, Kazuhiko Hachiya

Equipments which exchange views between two persons.
You can only see through the other person’s eyes when you wear these machines, which forcibly put you in the other’s place. These were made to obscure the border between identities of two persons. This work has been exhibited in many places. Technically improved each time, however the concept [...]