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Research Presentation Slide Final

  1. 1.   Secret Lure  Kerry, Michael, Timothy. Working Title: IDEA 9102 Installation Studio Research Presentation
  2. 2. Background Research Secret Lure Concealment and Exposure  <ul><ul><li>The lure of hidden secrets of self </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Private vs Public spaces: Interaction </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>The interaction of the user and feedback.  </li></ul></ul>
  3. 3. Themes & Philosophy Secret Lure “ ...the pressure involved in touch is a pressure on ourselves as well as upon objects...”   Stephanie Springgay Concealment & Exposure
  4. 4. Themes & Philosophy Secret Lure &quot;We cannot ward off information unless part of us knows what to ignore...&quot;     Sophie Freud on self deception image: self-deception Concealment & Exposure
  5. 5. Themes & Philosophy Secret Lure &quot;...the basic idea of Peepholes as providing a limited view into a context...&quot;     Peephole Experiences – Field Experiments with Mixed Reality Hydroscopes in a Marine Center Private and Public Space
  6. 6. Background Secret Lure Examples of relevant works Zipper Orchestra , JooYounPaek Dislocation , Alex Davies Blast Theory bt/work_rider_spoke.html Peephole Experiences , Dindler et al Void Field , Anish Kapoor gallery/1990voidfield/index.htm
  7. 7. Marcel Duchamp, Etant donnes     ( Given: 1 The Waterfall, 2. The Illuminating Gas )(1946-1966)     Research       Secret Lure
  8. 8.     Research        Secret Lure John Bock Klutterkammer (2001) Joyce Brodsky :A Paradigm Case for Merleau-Ponty Martin Heidegger:- Being-in-the-world Regions and Dasein (de-severance and direction)
  9. 9. Pubic and Private interaction Secret Lure Schematic of Self Reflection Image: self reflection
  10. 10. Secret Lure Secret Lure Blast Theory bt/work_rider_spoke.html Public and Private interaction
  11. 11.     Installation Idea    Secret Lure ShopWindow Poster / Painting Final placement:  Column Installation TV set
  12. 12.      Simulation         Secret Lure
  13. 13.     scheme        Secret Lure Structure I
  14. 14. Details of Interaction Secret Lure   inputs:-      opening zippers - head immersion                    hand grasping - touch                     camera surveillance   outputs:-     video ( self-mirror / reflective)                     audio 1:    teady bear responses                      audio 2:    money cache responses                     non-digitial  feedback  (Note: The outputs here are focusing on the users attention on self image/awareness, their inner  secret life as children and them as consumers of resources.)
  15. 15. Details of Interaction Secret Lure Inputs and Outputs
  16. 16. References Secret Lure <ul><ul><li>Concealment and Exposure, Nagel T., Philosophy and Public Affairs, 1998 -, </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>  A secret service : art, compulsion, concealment / Richard Grayson, Clare Carolin, Roger Cardinal </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Springguy, Stephanie (2003) Cloth as Intercorporeality: Touch, Fantasy, and Performance and the Construction of Body Knowledge. International Journal of Education and the Arts 4 (5): </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Perversion, Psychoanalytic Perspectives,Perspectives on Psychoanalysis.Edited by Dany Nobus and Lisa Downing.Karnac Books.2006.118 Finchley Road, London NW3 5HT </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Peephole experiences: field experiments with mixed reality hydroscopes in a marine center (2007), Dindler, C., Krogh, P.G., Beck, S., Stenfelt, L., Nielsen, K.R., Grønbæk, R., h </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Reality-based interaction: a framework for post-WIMP interfaces Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems archive. Proceeding of the twenty-sixth annual SIGCHI conference on Human factors in computing systems Jacob, Robert J.K. Audrey, Jacob. Hirshfield ,Leanne M, . Horn , Michael S. Shaer, Orit. Solovey, Erin Treacy.Zigelbaum ,Jamie. Year of Publication: 2008. ACM Library </li></ul></ul><ul><li>  </li></ul>
  17. 17. References Secret Lure 7. The Baby and the Bathwater: Some thoughts on Freud as a postmodernist     Sophie Freud Families in Society; Sep/Oct 1998; 79, 5; Academic Research        Library pg. 455. link 8. Monika M. Langer. Merleau-Ponty's Phenomenology of perception : a guide        and  commentary, Tallahassee : Florida State University Press ; Gainesville,        FL :University Presses of Florida [distributor], c1989. 9. A Paradigm Case for Merleau-Ponty: The Ambiguity of Perception and the         Paintings of Paul Cezanne, by Joyce Brodsky Artibus et Historiae © 1981      IRSA s.c.. 10.Phenomenology of Perception: An Introduction By Maurice Merleau-Ponty,         Colin Smith Translated by Colin Smith Contributor Colin Smith Edition: 2,             illustrated, reprint Published by Routledge, 2002 11.Spatiallity,Temporality,and the Problem of Foundation in Being and                     Time.Yoko Arisaka.Philosophy Today  40:1.Spring 1996. pp. 36-46.    
  18. 18. Questions?      Thanks         Secret Lure