The Interactive Art Displays at the Interactive Corps Will Blow Your Mind

By: Ian Andrew Panganiban - Published: Apr 2, 2013 • References: &
The interaction and involvement of people in art exhibitions are becoming more of a constant in the world of art; thus having interactive art displays are becoming a norm in art facilities around the globe.

Inkscapes is an interactive art performance that showcases three artists drawing on an iPad that’s then projected in real-time on a large wall. The art exhibition is at InterActive Corps (IAC) building in New York. The live-arts display has a narrative that’s guided through dialogue among the artist and the computer program, which then changes and shapes the drawings over a period of time.

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