‘A Small Contribution to the Genesis of Everyday Life’ (2008) by Slovene media artists Nika Autor and Miha Ciglar deals with the complexity of relations between bodies, sounds and images as wired islands…
Nika Autor and Miha Ciglar, photo taken from Kontejner
Back in October I spoke with Thomas Dumke about CYNETart Festival and performative arts in the context of new media art. Our conversation was possible thanks to Sonja Lebos from UIII.org, Association for Interdisciplinary and Intercultural Research, based in Zagreb. Sonja’s organization is deeply rooted in architecture, urbanism and new media art.
Thomas Dumke with the background by Monolake Live Surround
Taken from ds-x.org
My next interview from Device_art 3.009, held during October 2009 in Zagreb, today on schedule! Back then Yosuke Kawamura presented his interactive installation Textron (2002) with electronically interlaced motifs through an old craft tool like sewing machine and digitally projected images of geometrical calculations.
OK, I’m back after short hiatus with my posts. This time I will blog about Swedish/Croatian project ‘Big Five – Concept and Prototypes of Interactive Installations for an Educational Centre‘.
This is a result of Marilyn Lennon and Ivica Mitrovic‘s collaborative project, they both led an international workshop at International Summer School gathered around theme ‘People-centred interaction design in the Convivio tradition’. The school took place in educational centre ‘Big Five’ in the city of Bollnas (northeast of Sweden) in 2007.
Photo taken from blog.advancia