A Residency/Research project as part of the Argentinian Project RESIDENCIA TRANSDISCIPLINAR Cyber - Cyborg - Trans:Cuerpo Posthumano igma-arte.com.ar
Buenos Aires, May 2014

This video is an excerpt form pre-recorded video tests, using interactive sound, and motion to drive the visuals. The final installation will be a fully interactive installation including an articulated animation body that maps to the movement of the participating gallery visitors body. They control the animation character in the video with their own body.

The installation cycle begins in the Da Vinci world of Vitruvian Man and the idealism of perfect divine proportions. The music is generated by these mathematical ratios. As the installation proceeds, the participating gallery visitor is drawn into a 3D space and time, and increasingly moves away from the world of symmetry and order. A shift from an internal to an external experience was described by all the the artists working on this research project, as representing an emotional experience related to the state of a 'Post-Human'Condition'. Remembering childhood and earlier decades, a sense of the majority of experience being internal has shifted to the feeling that the majority of experience has somehow become external.
Please see the webpage jamiegriffiths.com/posthumancondition for more info.

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jamie griffiths is a UK born photographer, film director, collaborator, experimentalist, interactive computer media artist and community gallerist. Innovations in experimental darkroom techniques led her into film-making and then to interactive performance collaborations with dance and music, using motion capture/trigger techniques and wireless hand-held controllers. Her photographic and performance works have exhibited internationally


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jamie griffiths is a UK born photographer, film director, collaborator, experimentalist, interactive computer media artist and community gallerist. Innovations in experimental darkroom techniques led her into film-making and then to interactive performance collaborations with dance and music, using motion capture/trigger techniques and wireless hand-held controllers. Her photographic and performance works have exhibited internationally since 19992. Jamie also teaches Master level workshops on interactive performance software, teaches photography at Langara College and is a researcher in projection technology and adjunct professor (Film and Theatre) at the University of British Columbia (Canada).

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