29 Sep Storm
STORM is a standalone immersive interactive installation themed around concepts of the human transition forward from its current biological form, with attention to some of the processes engaged and questions raised around these possibilities.
Medical science examines, dissects, analyses, understands and models the human body and its systems at continuously higher and higher resolutions. At the same time our virtual selves are becoming more and more sophisticated as we increasingly engage with the digital world, through pervasive technologies, hyper-communication and social networks that relentlessly permeate so many aspects of our lives. At some point in the future there will be a transubstantiation between these realms. Yet what of the soul?
There is a storm coming.
STORM explores some of these dynamics in a realtime interactive audio visual installation whose behaviour is intrinsically non-deterministic (stochastic). Using these combined mathematical and scientific visual and sonic generation principles, body sensing generates and moderates a highly resolute and complex and dynamic visual display and soundscape.
STORM is a continuation of my interests and explorations that have manifest in my practice for decades. STORMv2 reworks the original four scenes and adds another three. It is also a direct lineage from my interactive installation in TISEA – Space over Time, that was installed at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Sydney for an extended period in 1992, which has historic resonance and relevance.
IMMERSE Bar @ Light – 63 Light Square, Adelaide
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