Cell. Kreider, Kristen (Author); O'Leary, James (Author). 2006.

Research output: Non-textual formExhibition

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Cell. Kreider, Kristen (Author); O'Leary, James (Author). 2006.

Research output: Non-textual formExhibition

Harvard

Kreider, K & O'Leary, J, Cell, 2006, Exhibition.

APA

Kreider, K. (Author), & O'Leary, J. (Author). (2006). Cell. Exhibition, Retrieved from http://www.kreider-oleary.net/_Work/W_Cell.htm

Vancouver

Kreider K (Author), O'Leary J (Author). Cell 2006.

Author

Kreider, Kristen (Author) ; O'Leary, James (Author). / Cell. [Exhibition].

BibTeX

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title = "Cell",
abstract = "Integrating performance, moving image and installation art techniques, Cell explores issues around haptic visuality and drawing within digital aesthetics. First, a simple performative act – the turning of a circular floor in the site of an old bank vault – is recorded onto digital video tape. The image of the performance, displayed on a computer monitor, is subsequently re-recorded multiple times, thereby ‘degrading’ the image. This generates haptic quality to the resultant series of screen images. This series of images is then used to performatively construct a line drawing – a geometric ellipse – embodying, over time, the ‘degradation’ (i.e. emergent hapticity) of the screen image. The resulting 6-channel video and sound installation was exhibited as part of the ArtX Contemporary Art Exhibition in Japan.",
keywords = "Cell, Kreider and O'Leary, Kreider, O'Leary",
author = "Kristen Kreider and James O'Leary",
note = "Video installation at Art X Contemporary Art Exhibition (Toyama, Japan, 2006).",
year = "2006",
month = "7",
language = "English",

}

RIS

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N2 - Integrating performance, moving image and installation art techniques, Cell explores issues around haptic visuality and drawing within digital aesthetics. First, a simple performative act – the turning of a circular floor in the site of an old bank vault – is recorded onto digital video tape. The image of the performance, displayed on a computer monitor, is subsequently re-recorded multiple times, thereby ‘degrading’ the image. This generates haptic quality to the resultant series of screen images. This series of images is then used to performatively construct a line drawing – a geometric ellipse – embodying, over time, the ‘degradation’ (i.e. emergent hapticity) of the screen image. The resulting 6-channel video and sound installation was exhibited as part of the ArtX Contemporary Art Exhibition in Japan.

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