15-minute presentations by artists who work in augmented reality, video projections, digital mapping, data visualization, sound…and much more. Featuring eight presentations, with two tracks running simultaneously. Check the agenda for the time and location of these sessions.
The 2023 Artist Showcases are sponsored by GGI
Architectural glass art by ARCHIGLASS studio
The CODAawards 2022 winner shares the process of creating large-scale glass installations in diverse site-specific locations, including the European Parliament in Strasbourg, France, Supreme Court in Warsaw, Podlasie Opera and Philharmonic or Wrocław University of Technology, Poland.
Technology for Physical Interaction
Joseph O’Connell and his company Creative Machines have pioneered many novel technologies used in public art over the past 28 years. In this presentation, O’Connell shares some exciting new technologies they are developing and also takes a look back at what technologies have stood the test of time in permanent installations.
"Entangled Attraction" is a light and sound installation that immerses viewers in a field of dimensional, orbiting light trails seen physically above their heads. The mind and eye sees far more than what the camera can capture. “Entangled Attraction” was developed in 2022 and was exhibited at the San Francisco Exploratorium through April 2023, and viewed by over 50,000 visitors during that time.
Blockhouse Studios LLC
Blockhouse Studios is a large-scale digital installation production company specializing in creating unique and immersive experiences. Combining bespoke cinematography techniques and the latest projection technology, Blockhouse creates stunning shows for both private and public audiences.
In his work, Nathaniel explores the captivating fusion of creativity and sustainability through three of his public art installations that harness the power of solar technology. He delves into the intersection of artistry and eco-consciousness, discussing how solar technology transforms these installations into dynamic symbols of our relationship toward an electric future
Renowned New Zealand international artist, Gill Gatfield invites you on a journey through ancient sites and unique landscapes, as she redefines the potential of sculpture in the immersive world of the Metaverse. Exploring the nature of humanity in the Anthropocene, Gill’s artworks create poetic spaces where people can consider notions of Other and Self, and build community through public art activations that bridge physical and digital worlds.
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