An Ars Electronica Futurelab Academy @ QUT Project
Felix Palmerson (AU), Georgia Pierce (AU), Sophie Barendse (AU), Jayden Grogan (AU), Oscar Connor (AU), Isabella Hood (AU), Matilda Skelhorn (AU), Phillipa Chapman (AU), Jessica Martin (AU), Peter Lloyd (AU), Yanto Browning (AU), Cameron Whelan (AU), Greg Jenkins (AU), Dr. Stephanie Hutchison (AU)
SynapSense is a performative installation heightening our bodily awareness. Sensorial understanding through enactment is revealed via three modes: explore, calibrate and create. Interaction creates the soundscape—touch enables investigation and sound reflects exploration.
The Ars Electronica Futurelab Academy was created to support students and educators from international partner institutions in transdisciplinary practice. Since 2012, the platform has enabled collaborations between Ars Electronica and universities across the world.
THU 7. 9.
7:20 PM–7:40 PM
9:05 PM–9:25 PM
FRI 8. 9.– SUN 10. 9.
6:40 PM–7:00 PM
MON 11. 9.
1 PM–1:20 PM
3 PM–3:20 PM
7 PM–7:20 PM
Supported by: Artistic Direction: Dr. Stephanie Hutchison (AU); Producer: Quinty Pinxit-Gregg (AU); Technical support: Matthew Strachan (AU); Lighting Design: Glen Hughes (AU)
This project was supported by The Creative Lab, and QUT Creative Industries.
This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.