By Randy Adams, Steve Gibson, Stefan Müller Arisona
This quantity collects chosen papers from the previous cases of electronic paintings Weeks (Zurich, Switzerland) and Interactive Futures (Victoria, BC, Canada), parallel gala's of electronic media paintings. The paintings represented in Transdisciplinary electronic artwork is a affirmation of the energy and breadth of the electronic arts. accumulating essays that extensively surround the electronic arts, Transdisciplinary electronic artwork supplies a transparent evaluate of the on-going energy of clinical, philosophical, aesthetic and creative learn that makes electronic artwork probably the defining medium of the twenty first Century.
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It makes these intersecting disciplines visible into a shape. This is not so much an idealized abstract image but one that comes from and dissolves into its process, its use. It gives us the sense of the way things are, the current situation, but it is also the way things go. A map is a view from the air. It is the patterning of information, the shape of ground level activity. Trekking through a jungle, we cannot see far ahead, we are moving in process, in performance, in network communications from one friend to another.
The images were seen in a HeadsUp Display worn by the participant and simultaneously viewed by the audience by means of projection onto a screen in the gallery. When viewed by other observers, the participant resembles a pathologist examining a corpse. The images seen in the HUD are degraded and in black and white. Distorted views of people, buildings, objects in motion and lights appear as semiotic ghosts faded memories of the city or low-resolution recordings, as if dredged up from some deep and long-forgotten time well.
Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2008 34 W. Pappenheimer 1 Introduction In 1904 Hermann Rorschach enrolled in medical school at the University of Zurich, across the street from Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule Zürich. Rorschach had been a talented art student in school and remembered his interest in Klecksography, a game played by Swiss children consisting of dripping an inkblot on paper, folding it so that the symmetric forms of butterflies or animals would emerge. While a student in medical school he combined this artistic interest with his studies in the burgeoning field of psychology and created is now famous Psychodiagnostik personality test.