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Digital Art: Forerunners, Pioneers & Digital Mirrors

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  • 1. Digital  Art     and  Modernity                                   "Mirrors  Mirror"  (2008)  by  Daniel  Rozin  
  • 2. Text  Rain   Camille  U?erback  &  Romy  Achituv   1999   h?p://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f_u3sSffS78    
  • 3. Very  Nervous  System     David  Rokeby     1982-­‐91   h?p://vimeo.com/8120954  
  • 4. Myron  Krueger     Videoplace   Responsive  Environment   1972-­‐1990s  
  • 5. Myron  Krueger     Videoplace   Responsive   Environment   1972-­‐1990s  
  • 6. Artwork-Spectator Relationship in Digital Art: The Aesthetic Experience (Infographics by Brigitta Zics)
  • 7. Digital Art! ! art form which implements (emerging) digital technologies as tool an medium! ! tool= technologies/techniques we create art with ! ! medium= technologies/forms we are using to present the artwork! ! Aesthetic ~ focuses on the spectators’ experience. !
  • 8. Umberto  Eco:  Open  Work  (1989)   Open-ended art works: open for multiple interpretation and perception.! ! Art work as a communication system.!   Artwork  as  a  communica^on  system  which  oscillates  between  a   formal  structure  and  the  mul-ple  meaning  produced  by  a   ‘wonderment’  of  the  spectator  (Eco,  1989).! ! The authorship of meaning moved from the artists to the audience.!
  • 9. Umberto Boccioni ! Unique Forms of Continuity in Space! 1913!
  • 10. Main Aspects leading to Digital Art ! 1.  Participatory art and Audience Interaction ! ! –  ! ‘art nugatory’(dada)! –  ! Fluxus/Happening !! –  ! Performance! –   !John Cage’s Practice ! ! 2. Technological development of Interactivity !Virtual reality, Emerging technologies: !! ! –  Sketch Pad by I. Sutherland 1963! –  Head Mounted Display by I. Sutherland1965! –  Artificial Reality mid. 1970s ! –  Personal Comp 1977!
  • 11. Forerunners of Interactive Art! Participatory art form here stands for art works or movements which characterized an audience involvement in the art work. ! The artists generated a new forms of interaction, public congregation, demonstration etc.! The desire immediately interacting with the audience brought to art the form of ‘art nugatory’ of dada movement at the beginning of twenty century.!
  • 12. John Cage! 4’33! Performance! 1952! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JTEFKFiXSx4! ! ! !!   !4’33 Scores! !1952! !"the work may be performed by any instrumentalist or combination of instrumentalists and last any length of time."! !
  • 13. A happening is a performance, event or situation that can take place anywhere, often lack a narrative and frequently seek to involve the audience in some way. This events are usefully open-ended and improvised.! Allan Kaprow
 18 Happenings in 6 Parts
 Happening 
 1959! The  audience  were  given  programs   and  three  stapled  cards,  which   provided  instruc^ons  for  their   par^cipa^on  
  • 14.  Ivan Sutherland ! !Sketchpad! !1963!  
  • 15.  Ivan Sutherland ! !First Virtual Displays and Goggles! !1965!  
  • 16. New Spectatorship! Active Spectatorship in Art! ! Active spectator describes a participant subject who actively contributes in the creation process.! ! The Interaction between artwork and spectator is not only a mental process but active participation when the structure of the artwork changes through the spectators/users’ input.! !
  • 17. Pioneers! Myron Krueger! ! ! Jeffrey Shaw! ! ! David Rokeby! ! ! Christa Sommerer !  
  • 18. Myron  K! MetaPlay rueger     Psychic  Space     Myron Krueger! ?p://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dmmxVA5xhuo   .    
  • 19. etaPlay ! yron Krueger! //www.youtube.com/watch?v=dmmxVA5xhuo  
  • 20. Jeffrey  Shaw     Legible  City     1988-­‐91  
  • 21. Jeffrey Shaw 
 The Golden Calf
 1994
 
 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=paaacEIF6wU
  • 22. Christa  Sommerer     A-­‐volve   1994/97   h?p://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cZ3v1jcCXmk    
  • 23. Telematic  Dreaming     Paul  Sermon   1992   h?p://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S4Wt16PnqeY      
  • 24. The Concept of Digital Mirror
 in Digital Art 
 !
  • 25. Tranforming Mirrors 
 David Rokeby
 ! „The speactator sees some representation of themselfes on a projection screen. This Representation follows the movements of the interactor like a mirror-image or shadow, transformed by the potentials with which the artist has endowed the space.“!   h?p://www.davidrokeby.com/mirrorsart.html  
  • 26. Peter Weibel ! Endless Sandwich! 1969! h?p://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FVTlqewBTo4  
  • 27. Bruce Neumann! Live-Taped Corridor, Videoinstallation 1970!
  • 28.   Alexa Wright &Alf Finney! Alter Ego! 2004! h?p://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2F0Aw2L-­‐58g   A"er  about  thirty  seconds  the  reflec3on   begins  to  react  to,  rather  than  mirror,  the   facial  expressions  of  the  user.    
  • 29.   Mirror_SPACE   2004/05     Brigitta Zics! Mirror_Space! Interactive Installation 2004/5! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E71-FRvSXsU! !
  • 30. Lozano-­‐Hemmer   ntact   utube.com/watch?v=FTL9DX6uz5I  
  • 31. Digital Art/Media Art Web resources ! h?p://www.medienkunstnetz.de/mediaartnet/     h?p://www.mediaarthistory.org/     h?p://www.youtube.com/user/MediaArtTube/videos     h?p://www.artmuseum.net/w2vr/contents.html     Mul-media  –  From  Wagner  to  Virtual  Reality   h?p://www.ubu.com/film/     h?p://rhizome.org/artbase/     h?p://archive.aec.at/