Artists that move in the digital and interactive spaces are being called to present their interactive artworks as part of Digital Art Live. The initiative is part of a collaborative relationship between CoLab (AUT University's creative technologies research centre) and The Edge (Auckland's centre for national and international performing arts and entertainment).
Artists are invited to create work that supports engagement with a public audience through technological experience, with particular interest in works that are responsive to the audience’s gestural input, thus encouraging interaction between the user, the physical space and the onscreen content.
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