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Wearable Computing Art(ifacts)

2017.10.19, Piotr Hojda

wykład gościnny
wtorek | 24-10-2016 | godz. 13:15 | sala 108

Zapraszamy na prezentację prof. Marii Cuevas Riano z 
Universidad Complutense Madrid.


In contemporary art, Wearable Computing Art(ifacts) represent a form of expression and communication with unlimited development potential. The idea of incorporating technological elements into the design of creative processes has altered our perception of the project. The emerging artistic proposals merge art, science and technology. Artists have transformed their traditional concept of a work of art into the specification of a system capable of managing a complex set of concepts, experiences and know-how that enable them to design, not an independent physical object, but an interactive interface capable of being propositional. They propose the design of devices and systems capable of transmitting emotions, experiences and meaning.

Working methodologies that enable us to develop more complex ways of thinking through the discovery of new relationships between concepts, objects, messages, subjects, ... that would have gone unnoticed without the use of such technologies. A new world of opportunities in which to be able to define and experience new man-machine interaction models. A working environment in which the design of creative systems focuses on the user and on their relations with their day-to-day setting. A new strategy for us to communicate with reality. A commitment to work with creative processes related to other areas of cognitive work and other professions: electronic engineers, computer analysts, software developers, designers, artists, … A procedural, interdisciplinary, collaborative and interactive work.