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Interactive Art

How many ways can you tie your piece or craft into life, people, and the things people do and create? Let others know what you have discovered, what you are making, and where you want to interact with us next!

Location: Fresno, CA
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Latest Activity: Mar 12, 2009

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Comment by Huff Art Center on February 28, 2009 at 7:49am
oh gotcha.... sorry I am a small words big picture kinda girl, repeat twice, and rinse!
Comment by Christopher Gaudreau on February 21, 2009 at 9:34am
Maybe I wasn't clear with the wedding play example.... Picture a normal theater setting: seats, stage and everything. On the stage is the wedding itself (all actors). In the seats are the audience (non actors, just visitors coming to see the play. BUT what they didnt know is that some of the other "guests" around them are also actors who are part of the play. In fact the audience quickly realizes that they are "in" the play (sort of) just by being surrounded by it. The bride and groom come down the isle (through the guests) to get to the stage etc.
Comment by Huff Art Center on February 20, 2009 at 9:02am
so rather than the wedding being the show the guests are.... that would be hilarious, I can see it now.... a shot of your favorite Aunt Mary saying "what was she thinking with that dress"
Comment by Christopher Gaudreau on February 17, 2009 at 8:26am
wow, great idea.
When I was younger I always thought the ultimate form of art was a movie because you can include all forms of art (music, writing, 2 and 3d... you create a whole world and a story). I've since had the idea it would be even better to be "in" the art as a viewer... creating immersive type art (I've seen theater shows that do this). One example is a play where the audience sits down in the pews for a wedding. The audience is immersed in the set design and surrounded and intermixed with actors (even in the hallways and bathrooms).
Comment by Huff Art Center on February 12, 2009 at 7:36am
Would anyone be interested in a show in Visalia that would include interactive art.... I would put it together if I thought there was enough people interested.
Comment by Huff Art Center on February 9, 2009 at 4:56am
ooh that could be fun... I had an idea of using doors with a simular concept.... is there any interactive shows coming up
Comment by Brenda Plunkett on February 8, 2009 at 11:53am
Hi Everyone, I would like to do show that integrates the audience as part of the art. Say, for example, I am planning a stained glass piece that has reflective material, that will reflect back the viewer in the piece, as the viewer is looking at the art, so it would be different everytime it was viewed. Would anyone be interested? What ideas do you have about how that could be done? Could the whole show be interactive?

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