This is the second part of the interview with Chris Sugrue. Read the first part here: Tangible Interfaces
Photo above: Decrypted Reflections by Chris Sugrue (cc)
Photo bellow: Tempt1 wearing The EyeWriter
Taken from urban_data’s flickr
Chris Sugrue is an interaction designer, artist, programer and lecturer. She took part in the team which created one of the most intriguing and awarded wearable technology project in 2010 – The EyeWriter.
It’s a low-cost eye controlled drawing tool for ALS patients (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis also known as Lou Gehrig’s Disease), a degenerative neuromuscular disorder that causes paralysis, initially created for cult LA graffiti artist and activist Tempt1.
Chris spent this spring / summer as artist-in-residence in Ljudmila (Ljubljana, Slovenia), presenting her work also in Kibla (Maribor,) and netclub MaMa in Zagreb (Croatia). Her visit to Zagreb was organized by Center for Synergy of Digital and Visual Arts and Upgrade Zagreb! (both founded by Maja Kalogera).
Chris Sugrue: Delicate Boundaries (cc)
Pufination (2008) by Robertina Sebjanic and Luka Frelih was one nice and warm experience I had at Device_art 3.009. In the microcosm of Robertina and Luka small Pufis present micrograms cohabiting in a fully opened ecosystem.
Pufination, Photo by Maja Lozic, Cyberpipe (cc)
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