[-empyre-] July on empyre: Screens
simonearcagni at gmail.com
Fri Jul 13 02:23:57 EST 2012
About AR and Art and the meaning of vision "through" (not "on") the
screen, I would like to point out a very interesting experience: the
Invisible Pavillion (Biennale - Venice 2011): http://www.theinvisiblepavilion.com/
From the curatorial text by Simona Lodi:
"A word that is also a graphic mark signifying two meanings that are
opposite though coexistent at the same time—the tangible and
intangible, the visible and the invisible... The resulting experience
is hallucinatory because it gives rise to a suspended sense of
insight, which expands the boundaries of the world. A world understood
here as a display surface, and as an extension of the exhibition space
towards and infinite number of different planes of r/Reality."
Il giorno 12/lug/12, alle ore 17:11, gh hovagimyan ha scritto:
> I think Lev Manovich has an essay about AR that talks about how the
> information network has gone from outside reality to become more
> integrated into day to day reality ala tablets and smart phones.
> Recently I've been working with Kinect cameras that map x,y,z axis'
> using infrared. Now the information layer has become part of
> physical space. I'm also working with AR but incorporating it into
> a larger discourse on art.
> For example using paintings as AR markers to extend the discourse on
> painting into the information layer or extending the sense of
> movement, touch, body architectural space into the infomatic
> discourse. I believe that Simon has a long time approach to these
> Anyway, I think the screen has a teleology that comes from painting
> to proscenium arch to screen. The hidden information layer is
> infrared and 3D imaging.
> On Jul 9, 2012, at 6:01 PM, Clough, Patricia wrote:
>> Screens disappear as a external device and becomes definitively an
>> extension of our senses
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