intimate transactions

presented by Australian Centre for the Moving Image in association with QUT Creative Industries Precinct

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Transmute Collective Intimate Transactions. Photographer:  Erika Fish

Monday 25 April - Sunday 1 May

Intimate Transactions is an exciting new form of interactive installation that allows two people in separate spaces to interact simultaneously using their bodies.

Each person uses a physical interface called a 'Bodyshelf'. By gently moving their bodies on this 'smart furniture' they influence an evolving 'world' created from digital imagery, multichannel sound and tactile feedback.

This shared experience allows each participant to gradually develop a form of sensory intimacy with the other, even though they are geographically separated and cannot physically see or hear each other.

As this highly immersive experience evolves, each participant begins to sense their part in a complex web of relations that connect them, and everything else within the work.

For further information visit the Intimate Transactions website.


Dates   Monday 25 April 2005, 12pm to 5.30pm
Tuesday 26 April 2005 - Sunday 1 May 2005, 10am to 5.30pm
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Audience  
Admission   Free. Bookings essential.
Intimate Transactions was developed in partnership with the Australasian CRC for Interaction Design (ACID), QUT Creative Industries Research and Applications Centre (CIRAC), the RMIT Spatial Information Architecture Lab, the Australia Council for the Arts, and the Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI), Melbourne.

Links:
Australasian CRC for Interaction Design (ACID)
Australian Innovation Festival
 
 
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