This paper examines the process of
interfacing between organic and technical objects and how this might be
utilized as a tactic to promote invention within new media art events.
Raphael Lozano-Hemmer's Relational Architecture is examined in relation
to concepts of parasitic action and folding to show how the work
develops a complex ecology of relation through interfacing.
ProceedingsProceedings of the 19th International Symposium on Electronic Art
PublisherISEA International, the Australian Network for Art & Technology and the University of Sydney
Place of publicationSydney
Name of conferenceISEA 2013
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