Playing with Rhythm and Technology
The article reflects on the artist’s focus on rhythm, play, and the way that dynamic rhythms can create a vitality that encourages play. She creates installations where the audience interacts with something and a response is then generated by a computer so the artistic work emerges through the audiences’ interactions. An important aspect of working creatively with technology is having an awareness of (and often resisting) the creative assumptions built into authoring tools.
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