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interactive installations

March 16th, 2010

The multifaceted and whimsical collaborative art and science project Fish-bird created by Dr Mari Velonaki, an interactive media artist, and her three colleagues at The Australian Centre for Field Robotics, Drs David Rye, Steve Scheding and Stefan Williams – all three are roboticists- is a fine testament to the fact that art and science can engage with each other in a highly creative, poetic and democratic manner. (more…)

February 26th, 2010
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Lynne Sanderson is a new media artist whose works have been exhibited widely, including ISEA95 Montreal, MTV Australia, MoMA NYC, Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art, Biennial of Electronic Art Perth (more…)

February 24th, 2010

The theme of this year’s Ars Electronica, Timeshift: The World in 25 Years, marked the 25th anniversary of the Ars Electronica festival. (more…)

February 24th, 2010

What is paradise? For me it has been flying the Observatine surveillance airplane – my ongoing research project into embodied topological flight (more…)

January 24th, 2010

ISEA2004 was the 12th Symposium on Electronic Arts, organised for the first time in two capital cities and on a ferry that travelled between Helsinki, Stockholm, Mariehamn, and Tallinn. During this time, the Baltic Sea became the centre of electronic music, new media research, art and design. (more…)

December 23rd, 2009

Project 3 brings together artists across three generations of technological expansion. They share a joint concern for the sensory and mental experience – placing experience before object, together representing the impetus to extend the realms of experience through technology. (more…)

November 26th, 2009

Considerations of the rumbling tenor of his prose aside, the name of German philosopher Martin Heidegger is not one usually associated with speculations on sound, or even to listening. (more…)

July 6th, 2009

In Melbourne’s newest technologically focused commercial precinct – Digital Harbour at the Melbourne Docklands – a new interactive installation is extending urban art to the Internet and mobile phones. (more…)

June 5th, 2009

Spelt out in illuminated red diodes, the words “I imagine the conditions in Iraq are totally unimaginable” flashed across the LED sign. (more…)

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