Postcards from beyond, from elsewhere

Artist:

Chiara Passa

Location:

Rome, Italy

Full Category:

Books & Magazines > Non-fiction > Art, Architecture, Painting

Starting Price:

€110,00

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Unsold

Artist Bio:

Chiara Passa, visual artist based in Rome. I received an M.F.A. from the Fine Arts Academy of Rome and a Master in new audio-visual mediums from the Faculty of Modern Literature. My artwork explore architecture as interface combining different media as: Internet-art projects, animations, interactive video-installations, digital art in public space as site-specific artworks, video-mapping and video-sculptures. I also develop art-applications (AR and VR) and widgets for mobile platforms. Since1997 my artworks were internationally exhibited from Festivals & institutions, as for example: “Dimensioning” at Furtherfield gallery, (London, UK), ISEA Vancouver Art Gallery (Canada), Vortexdome (L.A. USA), Media Art Histories Conference (Riga, Latvia), Electrofringe (New Castle, Australia), FILE | Electronic Language International Festival (Sao Paulo, Brazil), MAK – Museum of contemporary art (Vienna, Austria), CCCB – Centro de Cultura Contemporanea Barcelona (Barcelona, Spain).
http://www.chiarapassa.it/Artisticprofile.html

Curator:

Joiner – Artist

Artist Statement:

“Postcards from beyond, from elsewhere” is a software-artwork I made on 2015-ongoing; it is constituted by is a series of eleven interactive widgets ( 1st edition of 3) ready to be installed into the dashboard on Mac.
The widgets unfold in a very liminal space/place: between the network and the computer—between the Internet and the post-Internet. So, the Widgets are the conjunction between the medium and the message. “Postcards from beyond, from elsewhere” is the metaphor of a new imaginary and interactive media that would mediate impossible desires between machine and audience. These sorts of ‘mystic widgets’ are absorbed into an illusory threshold and generating meta-dimensions.
The user can play (front/back) with the interactive widgets typing into the text fields, and so generating crazy dynamic responses.