Interaction Theory and the Artwork
- Creativity & Cognition Studio Press
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- Interaction: Systems, Practice and Theory, 2004, pp. 283 - 303
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This study looks at interaction at a fundamental structural level, elucidating basic elements of how interaction works among adaptive organisms. This understanding then points to how to develop suitable interfaces for interaction among people and intelligent-adaptive-machines or artworks. I first consider how sensory processes derive from basic biological needs for energy, and that communications, and thereby interaction, develop from reciprocal behaviours of organisms in their environment. I then consider how we might think about the quality of an immersive interaction. Finally I illustrate these considerations in discussing the interfaces used in a range of interactive artworks.
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