September 17, 2010—May 7, 2011

“In my interactive work I use the body as an interface, the pieces observing and reacting to how and where people walk or look. These natural interfaces help us connect to the work, the surrounding space and ultimately ourselves. In my larger installations, I work with group interactions, bringing people, even strangers, into face-to-face contact with each other. These interactive pieces share much with the performing arts. The software I write is the choreography, and in executing this program the computer becomes a dancer sharing the floor with visitors. Sometimes the piece leads, but the viewer transforms the dance by stepping onto, or into, the work.”



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