Behavioral Installation

Tech allows artwork to better tap into viewers' emotional responsiveness

Implications - The increased adoption of emotion-responsive technology in exhibitions prompts the audience to contribute to the art pieces. These installations curate a personalized gallery experience where the artwork mirrors the viewer's mindstate. Through the adoption of behavior-based technologies, artists and brands can capture audiences curiosity and facilitate a more intimate relationship.

Workshop Question - What is a behavior-based activity or installation that can benefit your business?
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Designer David Carson and artist Thijs Biersteker collaborate on an ultra-cool responsive art installation that is set to open in Amsterdam this week. Appropriately dubbed ‘Mind Over Matter,&#... [More]
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