The exhibition, open in Highsmith Gallery from 9 am to 6 pm (and Sundays 12 -6 pm) will only be held for a week (ending on April 15), so anyone who is in the area and interested in learning more should visit as soon as possible! It is an awesome exhibition and definitely worth the visit to campus. If you cannot make it, please enjoy the pictures below!
This is the first piece that I saw when I went to the exhibition; it was just outside of the gallery. It's a bit difficult to explain, but basically the viewer puts on a pair of glasses and moves around while wearing them. A camera somehow wired to the glasses makes the black shape move with the person. The mechanics of this one is clearly a bit over my head, but still very cool.
I'm not sure exactly what this is (check it out for yourself!)
This was the physical manifestation of a digital work. I believe the point of the game was to help people learn about our world by exploring different statistics pertaining to various countries around the world.
Two awesome photographs by my friend Christine.
I especially love this one.
You might not be able to tell from this picture, but this was one of the most entertaining programs. The viewer basically chooses his or her current emotion (left) and interacts with the corresponding images (in this case, dots, in the colored box.
I was unable to capture this picture well enough to do it justice; this is best in show in the category if digital prings, and is called "Radiohead."