The first exhibition of interactive digital art at WAM, and had as many as 6000 visitors and this is excluding the opening and the walk about sessions. Dates: 12th June to 18th August 2013.
The exhibition is made up of 8 works in total: A series of 4 interactive digital installations by Nathaniel Stern under the umbrella title: Body Language. With 3 interactive digital installations of my own: a retrospective view of Chalk Vision, which is featured in Nathaniel’s new book “The Implicit Body”; a 2013 version of UNSAID and new work titled Dissonance at Six. I also presented new print and electronic circuit work, The Voice & Biometrics done with the Jill Ross and the David Krut Print Studio.
You can read further in a companion foldout produced by the Wits Art Museum to accompany my work at the exhibition: Bristow_MeaningMotion_WAM. And a catalog produced by Stern with the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee on: Stern’s Body Language
The following are photo’s by Christo Doherty from the opening at Wits Art Museum on the evening of the 14th June 2013. See More Photo’s from this set.