My research is motivated by an interest in the medium of response, and in the conditions that enable people to experience "flow", or sustained creative feedback with reactive systems. I am drawn to the revelatory potential of information visualization – whether brought to bear on a single participant, the world of data we inhabit, or the formal aspects of mediated communication itself. And I am fascinated by how abstraction can connect us to a reality beyond language, and the ways in which our gestures and traces, thus abstracted, can reveal our unique signatures in space and time.
bron: Golan Levin - Seminar series (Center for Computational Thinking)
Messa di Voce (Performance version, 2003) (06:05)
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