Warren, A, Knowledge, Movement, Technologies, White Night: City as Event, Research Unit in Public Cultures, The University of Melbourne, D Butt (ed), Melbourne, Australia, pp. 45-50. ISBN 978 0 7340 5179 0 (2015) [Other Book Chapter]
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This report was intended to be about interactive art. I sought to ask participants about their interactions with artworks during White Night Melbourne. What came to light was that participants had little to say about individual works. They were willing however to describe their engagement with the festival as a whole — their plans, movements and feelings about the events.
This paper is an attempt to draw out some of my more interesting findings from White Night Melbourne. In many ways it brings the project back to my original intention, albeit on a larger scale. Connections are made between knowledge and movement, behaviour and ambience and through the use of mobile social media. What emerges is the numerous ways in which people interact with cities, festivals, technologies and each other.
|Item Type:||Other Book Chapter|
|Keywords:||knowledge, movement, public events, social space|
|Research Division:||Studies in Creative Arts and Writing|
|Research Group:||Art Theory and Criticism|
|Research Field:||Art Criticism|
|Objective Division:||Cultural Understanding|
|Objective Group:||Arts and Leisure|
|Objective Field:||The Creative Arts (incl. Graphics and Craft)|
|UTAS Author:||Warren, A (Dr Asher Warren)|
|Deposited By:||Office of the School of Creative Arts and Media|
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