IMAGE – AUDIO INTERACTION – DIGITAL MATTERS SERIES
Image interaction and 3D geometry transformation
Image SPACE interaction : THE BATTLE WITH ITSELF ON TECHNOLOGY AND ITS RELATION WITH HUMANS
The digital interactive artwork in question is a fascinating exploration of the relationship between humans and technology. Inspired by Francis Bacon’s beasts, where a monster is depicted as consuming a human, this artwork depicts a human figure blending into the digital matter before ultimately being lost within it.
The artwork is designed to be interactive, with the digital world reacting to the presence of the human figure lost in the abstract 3D colored space. As the figure becomes more and more immersed in the digital world, it is transformed into digital matter, highlighting the power and influence of technology on the human experience.
All visitors view themselves in the screen and take part of the scene, communicate with the screen with their gestures and movements.
A human figure trapped within the pixels … a bit like if the digital has eaten the human.
The artwork serves as a powerful commentary on the growing dependence of humans on technology and the impact that it is having on our lives. By depicting the human figure as being trapped within the pixels of the digital world, the artist highlights the potential for technology to consume and control us, similar to how Francis Bacon’s beasts depict the monster consuming the human.
Through its use of digital media and interactive elements, this artwork invites the viewer to reflect on their own relationship with technology and consider the ways in which it is shaping their lives. It prompts important questions about the role of technology in society and the potential risks and benefits that it brings.
Overall, this digital interactive artwork is a thought-provoking and impactful exploration of the relationship between humans and technology. Its use of interactive elements and visual metaphors allows it to convey a powerful message about the impact of technology on our lives and the need for us to consider our relationship with it carefully
Image sequences of the installation
SPACE 3D scanning
Capturing space in time, abstract impressions of coloured point cloud.