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We would love you to think big and aim for the most exciting people working in arts and culture, who viewers would love to watch. That should be truer of our arts programmes than of anything else. We also commission c. Most examples of virtual Internet art and electronic art are highly interactive. Sometimes, visitors are able to navigate through a hypertext environment; some works accept textual or visual input from outside; sometimes an audience can influence the course of a performance or can even participate in it.
Some other interactive artworks are considered as immersive as the quality of interaction involve all the spectrum of surrounding stimuli. Virtual reality environments like works by Maurice Benayoun and Jeffrey Shaw are highly interactive as the work the spectators — Maurice Benayoun call them "visitors", Miroslaw Rogala calls them v users, Char Davies "immersants" — interact with take all their fields of perception.
This budding genre of art is continuing to grow and evolve in a somewhat rapid manner through internet social sub-culture, as well as through large scale urban installations. Interactive art is a genre of art in which the viewers participate in some way by providing an input in order to determine the outcome. Interactive art installations are generally computer-based and frequently rely on sensors, which gauge things such as temperature, motion, proximity, and other meteorological phenomena that the maker has programmed in order to elicit responses based on participant action.
In interactive artworks, both the audience and the machine work together in dialogue in order to produce a completely unique artwork for each audience to observe. However, not all observers visualize the same picture. Because it is interactive art, each observer makes their own interpretation of the artwork and it may be completely different than another observer's views.
Interactive art can be distinguished from generative art in that it constitutes a dialogue between the artwork and the participant; specifically, the participant has agency, or the ability, even in an unintentional manner, to act upon the artwork and is furthermore invited to do so within the context of the piece, i. More often, we can consider that the work takes its visitor into account.
In an increasing number of cases an installation can be defined as a responsive environment , especially those created by architects and designers. By contrast, Generative Art, which may be interactive, but not responsive per se, tends to be a monologue — the artwork may change or evolve in the presence of the viewer, but the viewer may not be invited to engage in the reaction but merely enjoy it. According to the new media artist and theorist [ citation needed ] Maurice Benayoun , the first piece of interactive art should be the work done by Parrhasius during his art contest with Zeuxis described by Pliny , in the fifth century B.
Zeuxis, by its gesture, became part of Parrhasius' work.
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This shows that the specificity of interactive art resides often less in the use of computers than in the quality of proposed "situations" and the "Other's" involvement in the process of sensemaking. Nevertheless, computers and real time computing made the task easier and opened the field of virtuality — the potential emergence of unexpected although possibly pre-written futures — to contemporary arts. Some of the earliest examples of interactive art were created as early as the s. The artwork required the viewer to turn on the machine and stand at a distance of one meter in order to see an optical illusion.
The present idea of interactive art began to flourish more in the s for partly political reasons. At the time, many people found it inappropriate for artists to carry the only creative power within their works. Those artists who held this view wanted to give the audience their own part of this creative process.
An early example is found in the early s "change-paintings" of Roy Ascott , about whom Frank Popper has written: "Ascott was among the first artists to launch an appeal for total spectator participation". In the s artists began to use new technology such as video and satellites to experiment with live performances and interactions through the direct broadcast of video and audio. Interactive art became a large phenomenon due to the advent of computer based interactivity in the s.
Along with this came a new kind of art-experience. Audience and machine were now able to more easily work together in dialogue in order to produce a unique artwork for each audience. A hybrid emerging discipline drawing on the combined interests of specific artists and architects has been created in the last 10—15 years. Disciplinary boundaries have blurred, and significant number of architects and interactive designers have joined electronic artists in the creation of new, custom-designed interfaces and evolutions in techniques for obtaining user input such as dog vision, alternative sensors, voice analysis, etc.