Process(ing) Interactive Art: Using People as Paint, Computer as Brush and Installation Site as Canvas

@article{Rapoport1991ProcessingIA,
  title={Process(ing) Interactive Art: Using People as Paint, Computer as Brush and Installation Site as Canvas},
  author={Sonya Rapoport},
  journal={Leonardo},
  year={1991},
  volume={24},
  pages={285 - 288}
}
The author describes her process art. Four independent artworks are documented, three of which are phases of development toward a major interactive production. Each phase in this continuum triggers the next phase, hence the term ‘process art’. In tracing these steps the author explains how the viewer interacts with the work. The interaction becomes a collaboration. In this interaction, participant responses are the material, the ‘paint’, to be manipulated and applied toward creating an artwork… 
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