VIS Arts Program
Authors: Rodrigo Rosales, Ana Carolina Robles
Abstract: The purpose of this collaboration is to offer elements for discussion on the role of intersections among art, design, and technology for approaching the socialization environmental issue as an exercise of visualization praxis. Concretely, it is appealed the case of an interactive piece, expressly designed, called trasTocar (to disrupt) exhibited in Zanbatha, the municipal museum in the inner state of México. This artwork agglomerates multiple perspectives for discussion: the theoretical border between art and design to solve communication problems; to inform people about altered and polluted surroundings landscape because of their individual actions; the addressing to spectators through technology to modify their behavior; and, the possibility to obtain data from this interaction.