A series of drawings and diagrams developed in the framework of the workshops and meetings with AoI.
The schematics visualize the complex relationships between the author(s) of an artistic work/process, its various forms of perceivers and its different contexts. Architecture of Interaction created a tool kit for artists who deploy interactive work methods. The aim is to enable communication between individuals and to forge a shift from specialised discipline-based notions of interactive work to a more open and commonly understood language. The tool kit should allow artists from diverse backgrounds as well as art commissioners and theorists to communicate more effectively. The toolkit was tested in London (Chisenhale Gallery) and Amsterdam (Veemvloer) in November 2005 and presented at the Stedelijk museum in December 2005. The initiative comes from Yvonne Droege Wendel, Klaas Kuitenbrouwer, and Lino Hellings who form the core group, assisted by Nikolaus Gansterer (Austria), Mine Kaylan (UK), Anna Best (UK) and project coordinator Wietske Maas. In 2007 a reader about the project was published.
Learn more about the project: An Architecture of Interaction
Exhibited at the Chisenhale Gallery, London and Veemvloer, Amsterdam
Published in :
– An Architecture of Interaction, Yvonne Droge Wendel (Eds.), Amsterdam, 2006