Isolation (interactive digital art)

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Isolation is intended to reflect artistic practice in a technological environment; an interactive digital art installation that invites the audience to initiate and complete the experience; using animation, computer generated modelling, film, music and audio to generate a uniquely immersive experience for the user.The rationale behind the production reflects on the quest to apply a visual language to creative practices that exploit new media platform; discourse around the legality of the medium; and draws upon both historic and contemporary debates analysing the ubiquitous conflict between art and technology.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationCentre for Media Research, University of Ulster
Publication statusPublished - Jun 2005


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Jackson, H. (Author). (2005). Isolation (interactive digital art). Artefact, Centre for Media Research, University of Ulster: .