CLOT Magazine reviews Experimenta Make Sense
CLOT Magazine has published a great review of Experimenta Make Sense. Lika Posamari explores three specific artworks in her review including Gail Priest’s SonoLexic, Adam Donovan and Katrin Hochschuh’s Curious Tautophone, Heirarchy of Eddies by Scale Free Network and Institute of Isolation by Lucy McCrae.
Of these works she says:
“These new explorations in media art, in bringing attention to sensory engagement with installation embracing different aspects of the technological spectrum offer a strangely meditative and contemplative opportunity. The space to interact with technology so far from the typical sensory flooding of the day-to-day may be a key facet. Further, these works pointedly interact with the human senses, each asking for attention within space and time for some mere moments away from the hustle and bustle of life.”
Read the full review here.
Image: Photo by Julian Love © the artist.
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