An Interactive Installation

An Interactive Installation

By Mark Ridder

 The work reflects on the most commonly used equipment for interactive performances and how the user interprets them. The current spectator is conditioned to an interactive multimedia installation working in a certain way. The installations play with this fact and with the metaphysical level of the equipment; the user becomes aware of the non-user interaction and his surroundings by literally being left out.

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Effect
Interactive Installation by using a spotlight without using it to highlight someone or something.

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