Interactive art involves exchange between its originator, work, and participants. It often emphasizes communication, process, and the building of perceptual systems.
Interactive art is usually (but not necessarily) computer mediated. It may respond to audience input. Or, it may be continually created by its audience, thus blurring the line between artist and user. Interactive art can also be a static work that was collaboratively created -- the result of an interactive process. There are other possibilities.
The Interactive Art Conference is a forum for experimentation and dialogue. Its focus is computer-based interactivity, with attention to interactive art in other media. Your participation is invited...
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The Interactive Art Conference was founded by Anna Couey & Judy Malloy in 1993 and was an active forum until 1998. It was housed on Arts Wire. For further information about the Interactive Art Conference, please email us.