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This has resulted in a diverse selection of works being shown which have given the public the opportunity to experience artistic works which seek to express the aesthetics of contemporary society and which have, at times, supported the possibility of new behaviors in the exhibition space.
The exhibition is divided into four themes, each of which represents an aspect of new social behavior: The experiential body; the kinetic body; the virtual body; and the playful body. Each of the exhibition spaces of the CCBB in Brasilia is dedicated to one of these themes: the Glass Pavilion gives the visitor the chance to immerse themselves in the theme of the Experiential Body, experiencing new sensations and perceptions as they use their own body to interact with the works.
Kinetic Body is to be found in Gallery 2, where the visitor can perceive the relationship between real movement and digital movement; between physical movement and moving sound; and physical movement with playful movement. Gallery 1 on the ground floor is the venue for Virtual Body, where the works encourage the visitor to be interactive; digital immersion, selfies, real and virtual emotions.
Playful Body is in the Basement, giving the public the chance to play games, immerse themselves, connect and be playful. An added element is the interaction between the artwork and the viewer. It is the embodiment of my quest to understand the relationship between the self and others.
One intention of my transcription of his work was to mash up popular historic and contemporary sign systems, and to diversify and expand the Emoji lexicon through this process. In the video, two boys take turns playing the marbles, which appear at the side of the screen when they leave the frame, scattering in the space close to the public, and giving continuity to the scene in the material world.
While the video seeks a faithful representation of reality, its unfolding outside the screen seeks to replicate the image. Swings have always held a special fascination for us. As children, we used to play with them. Today we like to reminisce about the enjoyment which we felt while swinging.
We felt disconnected from reality, weightless and free. Thus, the swing becomes a physical component of an interactive installation. The use of 3D oculus enhances the swinging experience with virtual reality, creating a unique immersive adventure and sending you to a crafted watercolor world. While swinging you leave the drab monotony of everyday life behind, find a place to ease your mind and regain your strength.
You rise smoothly into the virtual world. The flight level depends on how long and how high you actually swing. The starting point in the digital world is the same as in the physical world: the ground.
Here everything is pale and dull. When you have the courage to swing more intensively, you will fly higher and the vibrancy of colors will increase. The climax is in space. Upon reaching it the world reaches its maximum in color intensity. If you want to go down, you have to stop swinging, but the colors around you will stay vivid and bright. In the experience, our bodies become more than just our eyes and ears. They are the vehicles to experience and challenge reality. Music is a part of the very human construction.
Music is an expression on gravity on earth and of our bodily proportions. Listening to and creating music together is also a very important social glue. At its heart are four LCD monitor panels, which are assembled in the form of a hollow square, and installed at eye level in the middle of the room. The ensemble appears internally gutted, overgrown and embraced. A tangle of cables and control devices pours out of the middle of the square. All around it several magnifying lenses dangle from chains.
The imageless glaring ray of the monitors looks as if the images had fallen out of them. What remains is the essence of the medium: Light. But the images are still in the screens.
It requires only a small visual aid to recognize them. LCD-Monitors require several polarizing films in front and behind the pixel layers to produce visible images.
These polarizing films filter the certain vibration directions of the emitting light. One of them is located on the surface of the monitor and can easily be scraped off using solvent and a glass scraper. It is an impressive, wondrous experience when images suddenly appear from the pure white by the mere glance through a seemingly transparent film.
But if you turn the lens in front of your eyes, the polarizing structure of the film creates wild color shifts or even complementary negative images. In the design of video images that run across the screens, Karina Smigla-Bobinski worked skillfully with the effect of an opaque glistening body of light: — hands, feet, long black hair pressed against the inside surface of the screens, making them only visible within through the lenses, before disappearing into the white nothingness.
It acts itself. He took it wryly: the machine produces nothing but its industrial self-destruction.Sep 03, · When a player finds coal Our new desktop experience was built to be your music destination. Listen to official albums & ineareminusra.planbagerolnorevinnolisuvelrext.cog: Marcel Rocha.