Exposition

SAR 2021 presentation - Chara Lewis (2022)

Jonas Howden Sjøvaag, chara Lewis

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Brass Art work with scanning technologies such as 3D (Lidar) and 4D (Kinect on-range sensors) to capture collaborative performances in unusual settings. The research foregrounds Virginia Woolf’s stream of consciousness as a performative method to record the artists’ presence in her Writing Room (Rodmell, UK). The project necessitated a great deal of care as the tiny museum space is usually viewed from behind glass, by the public. Brass Art captured the dynamics of this threshold space without leaving a physical trace. In daring to progress their experimental performative approach using ‘colour filters’ to disrupt the binary shadow realm and exploring the future potential of virtual reality - Brass Art aim to bring this muselogical setting alive for new audiences.
typeresearch exposition
date07/03/2022
published25/05/2022
last modified25/05/2022
statuspublished
share statusprivate
copyrightBrass Art
licenseCC BY-NC-ND
urlhttps://www.researchcatalogue.net/view/1567104/1567087
published inSAR Conference
portal issue1. SAR conference - presentation archive


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