Entangled Sensorium: Subtle Apparatuses for Nonlocal Affectiveness

Conference paper
Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS, volume 9178)

Abstract

This paper aim in waving reflections around the sovereignty of interaction in communicational processes focusing on Human-Computer Interaction subtleties related to informational processes in a quantum level to present and discuss the author series ‘Performing Quantum Entanglement: Subtle Apparatuses for Nonlocal Affectiveness’. The approach involves conceptualizing what the author defines as Complex Affective Systems (CAFFS), referring to multidimensional systems of interactions that lead to manifestations and incorporations of the self and the emergence of consciousness. The works selected to conduct the present conversation have been produced for the author’s solo show at the Art|Sci Gallery, CNSI/UCLA, in Los Angeles (2014), and recently for the inaugural solo show she designed for the Roy Ascott Studio Gallery in Shanghai (2015).

Keywords

Information Quantum physics Interaction Complex affective systems Media art Art and science 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Roy Ascott Studio, DeTao Master in Technoetic ArtsShanghai Institute of Visual ArtsShanghaiChina

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