the collaborations of Karen Dunn & Katya Moorman
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Interactive Installation Prototypes

A series of interactive installations

Celebrimee: comments on contemporary obsessions with fame and puts the participant in the spotlight with unexpected consequences.

The Waiting Room: plays with our perceptions of reality and our relationship with the screen. Is what is on the screen more real than real life?

Confessional: Invites the participant to share or listen to secrets in a manner that calls into question our voyeuristic desires.

Elsewhere: A playful exploration of space and the hear and now.

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 Enter a gallery. There is one chair and a video monitor across from you. You take a seat in the chair and look at the monitor. It is you, onscreen in your chair, but on the monitor there are also chairs on either side of you. People come and go on the screen. You are still there. Some ignore you, some talk to you. A study of our mediated self gathering fragments with no coherent whole.

Enter a gallery. There is one chair and a video monitor across from you. You take a seat in the chair and look at the monitor. It is you, onscreen in your chair, but on the monitor there are also chairs on either side of you. People come and go on the screen. You are still there. Some ignore you, some talk to you. A study of our mediated self gathering fragments with no coherent whole.

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 Four different interactive installation prototypes.

Four different interactive installation prototypes.