Brigitta Zics, who recently joined Ravensbourne as Deputy Head of Postgraduate Studies, will be displaying her interactive installation entitled Eye Resonator at the International Kinetica Art Fair in The Old Truman Brewery, London between 16 and 19 October 2014.
Eye Resonator is an immersive environment that responds to eye movements while trying to capture the imagination, engage the intellect and excite the emotions of each spectator. Each encounter with the system is unique as it reacts to the voluntary and involuntary responses of the individual. Visitors are invited to step into the domed ‘Cupola’, a multisensory interface, which responds to their physical movements. Sound, temperature and light then set them free on a journey of self-reflection.
Eye Resonator was developed in collaboration with computer scientist Dr John Shearer, and utilises eye-tracking technology combined with real-time visualisation.
The Eye Resonator development team includes curator Gabi Arrigoni, graphics programmer Gavin Wood and sound composer Adam Parkinson. The work will be on display at Kinetica Art Fair , the platform for new media art works and kinetic installations.
As the display of Eye Resonator is supported by Ravensbourne, the first 20 attendees who register for the Postgraduate Open Day on the 8 October 2014 between 12 noon - 4pm will receive free tickets to attend Kinetica. Tickets can be collected after at the Open Day.
Private preview: 16 October 2014, 6.00 – 9.00 pm
Normal opening hours:
Friday 17 October: 11am – 8pm
Saturday 18 October: 11am – 8pm
Sunday 19 October: 11am – 6pm
Location: The Old Truman Brewery, Brick Lane, London, E1 6QL
For the Open Days please register here.
To read about Eye Resonator please visit: http://www.eyeresonator.com
Kinetica Art Fair : http://www.kinetica-artfair.com/