Corpus ID: 107417000

Audience Participation and Response in Movement-Sensing Installations

  title={Audience Participation and Response in Movement-Sensing Installations},
  author={T. Winkler},
Audio and video installations requiring audience movement and participation pose a unique set of problems. These works are realized through physical action within a responsive environment. Participants may become part of the work itself, as others outside of the sensing area view the spectacle of their interaction while seeing the results. Those inside the sensing area (if more than one person is allowed) share in a collaborative “performance,” their social interactions contributing… Expand
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