Visual arts, whether in museums and galleries or on the streets, are works of art that can be appreciated by everyone in their own emotions. Today, the digital technologies at our disposal allow us to take it a step further. Beyond the emotion that a spectator can feel when looking at a work of art, the concept that we would like to explore is the interaction between digital artwork and spectator.
In music, composition defines the stage where the creator conceives a piece. It precedes interpretation by a third party.
It is the same in the pictorial field with interactive setups. The artist conceives a digital work, which is the expression of his pictorial approach. The work created is interpreted by an active participation of the viewer. He uses his body to modify the original work. There is a face-to-face interaction, a pictorial dialogue. The work is created in the instantaneousness of an event outside its own creation.
This interactivity requires coordination between a digital work, a technology device and a person. These three elements interact constantly, the device adjusting the behaviour of the viewer to the picture being created.