Wednesday, February 08, 2012
"Nervous Structure (Field)" is an interactive installation developed by Annica Cuppetelli (USA) and Cristobal Mendoza (Venezuela). Nervous Structure is a series of site-specific, interactive installations consisting of string and fabric structures illuminated with interactive computer graphics that react to the presence and motion of viewers.
The piece consists of three planes that intersect: the physical plane (the structure), the virtual plane (the projection) and the perceptual plane (the viewer and his/her interaction). It is in these various points of intersection that the piece works, and our interest lies in the perceptual problems that arise within these intersections.
Source: Cuppetelli and Mendoza website