Friday 21st October, 2011
11:00am to 12:00pm
We generally see a renaissance of the physical world as a reaction onto now nearly two decades of communication in the virtual world of the internet. We see an increasing number of people leaving the isolated situation in front of a computer at home, going into a museum and other narrative spaces to experience information in a physical environment together with other people.
The big difference in designing these narrative spaces compared to the design approach in the pre-digital times is that the visitors are now computer literate and know about the qualities of the digital medium such as interaction, collaboration, networking and want to find them also in the physical space.
The presentation will review key-projects projects from ART+COMs 23 years history and traces the development of new media from screen to space.
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