Interviewed by prof Gregory Clancey, director of Tembusu College at N.U.S. (Singapore) TeZ will expose his plans for the Art/Science residency, dealing with Automated Underwater Vehicles performing light and sound choreographies while doing scientific analysis of the aquatic environment. The talk is followed by Q&As with the students.
Art/Science residency in collaboration with the National University of Singapore (NUS), the ArtScience Museum of Marina Bay Sands and with dr. David P. Fries (USF), dealing with Automated Underwater Vehicles and swarming agents performing light and sound choreographies while doing scientific analysis of the aquatic environment.
Ilinx is a performative environment for the general public provoking an intense bodily experience that blurs the senses of sight, sound and touch. A group of four visitors at a time wear specially designed garments outfitted with various sensing and actuating devices that enable visitors to interface with the performance space.
PV868 is an experimental creation and performance aimed at producing an audiovisual feed/stimulus which would allow a peculiar effect of moving visual patterns to emerge directly in the brain of the viewer...