Artist, evaluator and curator: three viewpoints on interactive art, evaluation and audience experience

Routledge Journals, Taylor & Francis Ltd
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Digital Creativity, 2009, 20 (3), pp. 141 - 151
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The paper describes a programme of research and practice in which the evaluation of interactive artworks in a public space is undertaken as part of the creative process. It explores the different perspectives involved in the research process of Beta_Space, a public exhibition and evaluation facility in the Powerhouse Museum Sydney. The three viewpoints presented, of artist, evaluator and curator, add up to much more than each one can offer on its own. The three roles can be taken by one, two, three or more people in any particular case but teamwork across disciplines is strongly implied by the approach that we have described. The paper reflects upon the different concerns and approaches and the ways in which they are entwined.
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