Manifest.AR @ FACT

ManifestAR was recently awarded The ARtSENSE Commission at FACT, Liverpool. The Foundation for Creative Technology is one of Europe’s principle institutions, commissioning canonical works and exhibitions in film, video and new media in the last 20 years. The sizable grant creates a significant new artwork that aligns with one of its current research interests in “augmented reality supported adaptive and personalized experiences” and “events” for Museums.

Our proposal, entitlted “Invisible ARtaffects” will explore the linked appearance of augmented virtual objects with audience response translated through compact wearable bio, audio, eye and brainwave sensing devices. We hope to create individual and collective experiences of “I think, I see, I speak, I feel- therefore it is.” Research will involve a year-long collaboration between artists in Manifest.AR, FACT and the ARtSense Consortium of European technology companies, universities and museums, and a significant exhibition at FACT in mid-2013. ManifestAR will also explore Liverpool public, architectural and community issues that will become part of the project that is not limited to the FACT building.

The project will be lead by Will Pappenheimer (US) and Tamiko Thiel (DE,JP,US) who will attend the presentation of The ARtSense Commission to the The European ARtSENSE project consortium meeting at the Louvre in Paris, January 26, 2012. A partial list of other ManifestAR artists working on the project currently are Sander Veenhof, Mark Skwarek, John Craig Freeman and John Cleater.

The ARtSense Consortium includes the follow institutions:

Foundation for Art and Creative Technology (FACT), Liverpoorl, UK

John Moores University, Liverpool, UK

Forschungszentrum Informatik, Germany

Fraunhofer IOSB, Germany

Centre d’Etude et de Recherche en Informatique du CNAM (cedric), France

Musée des Arts et Métiers, (CNAM), France

Museo Nacional de Artes Decorativas, Spain

Universidad Politécnica de Valencia, Spain

2 Responses to “Manifest.AR @ FACT”

  1. Mike Stubbs (@mikestubbs) Says:

    we r excited

  2. ARtSENSE Consortium Meeting, Paris « John Craig Freeman Says:

    [...] proposal, entitlted “Invisible ARtaffects” will explore the linked appearance of augmented virtual objects with audience response [...]

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