Nick Cave, photo taken from: greyareasymposium.org
Following my previous post on freestyle football, check William Linn’s device art work Bong (2009) based on retro computer games and their use in media art, as well as from the corporeality point of view. The concept is very interesting, especially in the context of comparability with Nintendo Wii Sports and similar iPhone & iPod & iPad applications.
William Linn: Bong, photo by Kontejner (c)
Edita Matan’s project Interactive Gloves has in its focus electronic communication. She sees it as an analogue and digital work that presents two sides of communication: one that is tangible and touchable, and the other part that is ‘the most non-social form – the mathematical, electronic form’.
Interactive Gloves by Edita Matan, photo by Kontejner (c)
‘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