Title: Interactive Design: Designing Sensorial, Dialogical Spaces
Authors: Maier, Cristina
Pak, Burak # ×
Verbeke, Johan #
Issue Date: 2014
Publisher: Utpress
Series Title: Acta Technica Napocensis: Civil Engineering & Architecture vol:57 issue:3 pages:233-241
Abstract: In this paper, we describe an ongoing research project which is mainly based on the realization of several installations using interaction design as an essential quality. In Arts, the digital art, which is part of the so called new media art, represents a topic of actuality together while raising issues regarding its curation. Interactive installations, mainly artistic endeavors with intriguing outcomes and some using artificial lighting as a tool, introduce a different kind of experience than artworks exhibited and forbidden to be touched. Thanks to their interactive aspects, the user becomes a participant either willingly or unwillingly and influences the overall scene. These immersive installations have the potential to challenge the notions and perception of space, as well as to enrich any activity within that space. The interactive space becomes a place with intriguing qualities, an icon of human interaction and one that has the ability to adapt to our needs, while at the same time shaping our experiences. This interaction is not only with the installation itself, but also between individuals, thus fulfilling the evolving individual and social demands or intentions.
ISSN: 1221-5848
Publication status: published
KU Leuven publication type: IT
Appears in Collections:Architecture, Campuses Sint-Lucas Brussels and Ghent
Department of Architecture - miscellaneous
× corresponding author
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