Mobilis In Mobile : de l'intimité au collectif : les possibilités participatives des technologies de la mobilité

Abstract : The permanent and material evidence of technological presence is part of a collective phenomenon that transforms also artistic practices. A new paradigm is established between the individual and the information associated to the person; contextual and hybrid digital works are part of contemporary milieu, they also are actual tools for artistic endeavour. However, these technologies are not neutral and connective capacity makes for the emergence of complex tools. When they are re-appropriated, the very nature of technologies is questioned, artists probe different uses, they argument upon their economies, and even their structure. Moreover, artists use mobile technologies to produce images and sounds as close as our most intimate spaces. As participation is associated to physical exchanges, data generated from movements is associated to the art-work ; networked it reaches each individual participant. Therefore, these works address our relationship to personal and collective spaces both physical and informational. This study also focuses on collective issues raised by many artistic and performative interventions. We will reclaim communication space as a public space, and finally acknowledge that this space is now under construction around our own body, hence, it is essential to negotiate the new terms for this communication. Interact Wearing triggered this research, this system of communicating suits follow the rhythm of its walking users. This performance will guide us in understanding the issues raised by those new artistic relations.
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Natacha Roussel. Mobilis In Mobile : de l'intimité au collectif : les possibilités participatives des technologies de la mobilité. Art et histoire de l'art. Université Panthéon-Sorbonne - Paris I, 2014. Français. ⟨NNT : 2014PA010674⟩. ⟨tel-02277074⟩

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