Art of the Future, These Interactive Sculptures Respond to You

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Geoffrey Drake-Brockman makes cybernetic sculptures that appear to come alive with human interaction.

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Using his background as a computer programmer, this Australian artist makes work that moves, twists and even changes colors in response to a viewer’s movement.

For Brockman. It’s this conversation between his art and the audience that makes his work special and engaging in a whole new way.

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Interactive art is a form of art that involves the spectator in a way that allows the art to achieve its purpose. Some interactive art installations achieve this by letting the observer or visitor “walk” in, on, and around them; some others ask the artist or the spectators to become part of the artwork.

SOURCEGreat Big Story
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