Exposition

Motion Perception: Interactive Video and Spatial Awareness (2011)

Nell Breyer

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Interactive video art is increasingly woven into urban public places around the world. A dominant argument about this growing form of public art is that it offers potential for new social, political and physical engagement with public space. However, there is little consensus or even analysis of just how such engagement is taking place. The exposition is an attempt to specify what drives the ‘physical engagement’ in this genre of work. It develops the argument that movement-centric and body-centric visualizations provide multi-modal movement representations, and that these can direct spatial attention through immersive and particularized experience. With reference to examples, the exposition concludes that interactive video art can offer a chronotopic experience in which space is understood through the time it takes to move the body.
typeresearch exposition
date01/01/2011
published20/11/2011
last modified15/10/2012
statuspublished
licenseAll rights reserved
urlhttps://www.researchcatalogue.net/view/11138/11171
doihttps://doi.org/10.22501/jar.11138
published inJournal for Artistic Research
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11418 Theoretical Framework Nell Breyer All rights reserved
11419 Footnote 1 Nell Breyer All rights reserved
11420 Introduction Nell Breyer All rights reserved
11421 Quotes Nell Breyer All rights reserved
11422 Picon Reference Nell Breyer All rights reserved
11415 DTW Nell Breyer All rights reserved
11416 MIT Nell Breyer All rights reserved
11417 MIT diagram 1 Nell Breyer All rights reserved
11414 MIT Nell Breyer All rights reserved
11413 fenway Nell Breyer All rights reserved
11408 Method and Discussion Nell Breyer All rights reserved
11409 Method and discussion Nell Breyer All rights reserved
11410 conclusion Nell Breyer All rights reserved
11411 Conclusion Nell Breyer All rights reserved
11412 sewanee Nell Breyer All rights reserved
11401 Discussion text Nell Breyer All rights reserved
11402 Method and results text Nell Breyer All rights reserved
11403 Examples and Resources Nell Breyer All rights reserved
11404 Resources and Examples Nell Breyer All rights reserved
11405 Discussion Nell Breyer All rights reserved
11406 Discussion Nell Breyer All rights reserved
11407 Conclusion Nell Breyer All rights reserved
11400 mit drawing Nell Breyer All rights reserved
11399 MIT drawing 2 Nell Breyer All rights reserved
11398 MIT 3 Nell Breyer All rights reserved
11397 mit building Nell Breyer All rights reserved
11396 dtw facade Nell Breyer All rights reserved
11395 dtw outside Nell Breyer All rights reserved
11394 dtw inside Nell Breyer All rights reserved
11393 mit cropped schema Nell Breyer All rights reserved
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11390 wfc color Nell Breyer All rights reserved
11389 black Nell Breyer All rights reserved
11388 grey Nell Breyer All rights reserved
11385 Context text Nell Breyer All rights reserved
11386 context text Nell Breyer All rights reserved
11387 grey feet 2 Nell Breyer All rights reserved
11384 title for video Nell Breyer All rights reserved
11383 wfc Nell Breyer All rights reserved
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11376 1-3 Nell Breyer All rights reserved
11377 1-2 Nell Breyer All rights reserved
11378 FN1 Nell Breyer All rights reserved
11379 line Nell Breyer All rights reserved
11380 audience experience Nell Breyer All rights reserved
11381 Diagrams Nell Breyer All rights reserved
11382 "Time and the hour run through the roughest day" Nell Breyer 2008 Nell Breyer All rights reserved
11369 section 2 Nell Breyer All rights reserved
11370 test Nell Breyer All rights reserved
11371 Main Text Nell Breyer All rights reserved
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11373 1-6 Nell Breyer All rights reserved
11374 1-5 Nell Breyer All rights reserved
11361 FN2 Nell Breyer All rights reserved
11362 FN1 Nell Breyer All rights reserved
11363 bibliography Nell Breyer All rights reserved
11364 appendix Nell Breyer All rights reserved
11365 section 6 Nell Breyer All rights reserved
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11368 Section 3 Nell Breyer All rights reserved
11353 Context Nell Breyer All rights reserved
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11360 FN3 Nell Breyer All rights reserved
11352 FN28 Nell Breyer All rights reserved
11161 the "i:move" series 2 change visualization #0 Nell Breyer All rights reserved
11149 i:move 2 series - volume excerpt #0 Nell Breyer All rights reserved
11147 i:move 2 series looper excerpt #0 Nell Breyer All rights reserved
11145 "i:move" 2 series - "notation" excerpt #0 Nell Breyer All rights reserved
11141 The "i:move" series 2 - contour #0 Nell Breyer All rights reserved
11170 DTW - site boy #0 Nell Breyer All rights reserved
11168 boy 2 #0 Nell Breyer All rights reserved
11166 audience #0 Nell Breyer All rights reserved
11277 Nell Breyer, "Jump" (2006) #0 Nell Breyer All rights reserved
11275 Nell Breyer, Alissa Cardone, Lorraine Chapman, Bronwen MacArthur, The Disappearing Woman - still image by Nell Breyer (2009) #0 Nell Breyer All rights reserved
11273 Nell Breyer, Jonathan Bachrach, Goran Bogdanovski, Dejan Srhoj, the "i:move" series 2 - change (2004) #0 Nell Breyer All rights reserved
11271 Dragonfly camera used in the i:move series for live stream processing #0 Nell Breyer All rights reserved
11269 Nell Breyer, Jonathan Bachrach, Goran Bogdanovski, Dejan Srhoj, the "i:move" series 2 - volume (2004) #0 Nell Breyer All rights reserved
11267 Nell Breyer, Jonathan Bachrach, Goran Bogdanovski, Dejan Srhoj, the "i:move" series 2 - symbols (2004) #0 Nell Breyer All rights reserved
11265 Nell Breyer, Jonathan Bachrach, Goran Bogdanovski, Dejan Srhoj, the "i:move" series 2 - contours (2004) #0 Nell Breyer All rights reserved
11255 Nell Breyer, Jonathan Bachrach, Goran Bogdanovski, Dejan Srhoj, the "i:move" series 2 - time (2004) #0 Nell Breyer All rights reserved
11247 Nell Breyer, Jonathan Bachrach, Goran Bogdanovski, Dejan Srhoj, the "i:move" series 2, documentation (2004) #0 Nell Breyer All rights reserved
11241 the "i:move" 2 series - excerpt #0 Nell Breyer All rights reserved
11239 the "i:move" 2 series - excerpt volume #0 Nell Breyer All rights reserved
11237 the "i:move" 2 series #0 Nell Breyer All rights reserved
11235 the "i:move" 2 series - excerpt text #0 Nell Breyer All rights reserved
11233 the "i:move" 2 series - excerpt contourz #0 Nell Breyer All rights reserved
11231 Nell Breyer, Jonathan Bachrach, Goran Bogdanovski, Dejan Srhoj, the "i:move" series 2, documentation (2004) #0 Nell Breyer All rights reserved
11205 "The i:move series 1" untitled pastel drawing by Nell Breyer, 2003 #0 Nell Breyer All rights reserved
11203 Facade of MIT Media Lab , I.M. Pei Plaza. Photo by Nell Breyer #0 Nell Breyer All rights reserved
11201 DTW facade, street view. Photo by Nell Breyer #0 Nell Breyer All rights reserved
11199 Diagram of camera and projector angles in "The i:move series 1" by Nell Breyer and Jonathan Bachrach. Sketch by Nell Breyer #0 Nell Breyer All rights reserved
11197 "the i:move series 2" by Nell Breyer, Jonathan Bachrach with Goran Bogdanovski and Dejan Srhoj #0 Nell Breyer All rights reserved
11195 black #0 Nell Breyer All rights reserved
11193 grey #0 Nell Breyer All rights reserved
11191 black #0 Nell Breyer All rights reserved
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11183 Camera, screen and projector angles for "Time Translations" by Nell Breyer, World Financial Center. Sketch by Nell Breyer #0 Nell Breyer All rights reserved
11181 Display, camera and light box positions for "Time and the hour run through the roughest day" by Nell Breyer 2008. Sketch by Nell Breyer #0 Nell Breyer All rights reserved
11179 Equipment layout for "The i:move series 1" by Nell Breyer and Jonathan Bachrach. Sketch by Nell Breyer #0 Nell Breyer All rights reserved
11327 dtw facade #0 Nell Breyer All rights reserved
11323 imove 2 - place description #0 Nell Breyer All rights reserved
11351 the i:move series 2 - excerpt "change" #0 Nell Breyer All rights reserved
11349 i:move 2 - still frame #0 Nell Breyer All rights reserved
11347 imove series 3 - still image #0 Nell Breyer All rights reserved
11345 imove 2 still image #0 Nell Breyer All rights reserved
11333 hand #0 Nell Breyer All rights reserved

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