Interrupts arent hidden: experiential prototyping with Miss Despoina

Mauro-Flude, M 2014, 'Interrupts arent hidden: experiential prototyping with Miss Despoina', Runway Australian Experimental Art, no. 23, pp. 1-1.

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Title Interrupts arent hidden: experiential prototyping with Miss Despoina
Author(s) Mauro-Flude, M
Year 2014
Journal name Runway Australian Experimental Art
Issue number 23
Start page 1
End page 1
Total pages 1
Publisher Invisible Inc
Abstract The experiential prototyping model allowes artists to acquire technical skills through practical interrogations, rather than taking technology off-the-shelf and out-of-the box they stamped their work with their own hand. This is a photo essay that highlights the experimental prototyping and learning process and the outcomes that occurred in a durational event that took place during the month of June 2013 at Contemporary Art Tasmania (CAT) and on the Internet; including symposia, exhibitions, performances, workshops, roundtable critiqué and social gatherings of artists, programmers from the frontline of the maker aesthetic. The event specifically explored experiential prototyping as a model of art making; focuses on the active participation element of experiencing and understanding a technical idea and transforming it into an artistic concept. Participants were encouraged to rethink, programme and design their own media and tools of production for their artworks. Leading Australian and International artists were paired together with 8 early-career Tasmanian artists. An intensive 3-day ritual kicked off the month long project, extending the discourse and skills-sets of artists by setting-up an environment from which they could interact with experts and tinker together. This culminated in a responding artist exhibition of their prototypes 3 weeks after the opening, was included as part of the inaugural Dark Mofo festival.
Subject Design Innovation
Performance and Installation Art
Electronic Media Art
Keyword(s) post internet art
post digital aesthetic
experimental prototyping
digital literacy
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