Interdisciplinary collaboration encouraged me to test this concept with the public. I planned to create an intervention that enables people to interact with their memories. Moreover, I am trying to identify new ways to interact with the past in the physical space by using interactive media tools rather than creating tangible forms, because I believe that we can combine digital space with the reality and human senses. In this way, I want to create new experiences that the digital space has never done before.
My direct stakeholder, collaborator, for the last intervention is a computational artist. I use this project to implement this technology to the world in a different way. This innovative performance could also contribute something to a stage designer who could blend this technique to their design, film and advertising directors might choose to adaptor generate a related storyline, while the curator might consider it as a new form of experiencing installation art.
My last intervention will take place in the upcoming degree show festival (4th – 5th December 2019). It will be a great opportunity to get feedback from external experts and stakeholders.
We cannot predict the future like we can perceive the past. A slight moment that we call “now” makes us look into the future than thinking of memory. I don’t believe in “now”; I am creating this digital interactive installation to change people’s minds on how they understand the “now”. If I achieve this project, I wish that people could memorialize and understand the past by interacting with it in any particular space. It becomes possible for people to live or relive precious moments in the past. These experiments might become a lifetime project of mine that will not finish this year. My next intervention will most likely provide another direction to explore as the previous ones did. As long as I still have a passion for it, I want to interpret memory in other directions to make a change to this world in the future.
The last reflective thinking in this blog is for me. I have learned many things throughout this year. It is a big moment in my life. Furthermore, I have been encouraged to get out of my comfort zone and exploring the unknown area. Reiterate the idea through intervention to address the new question. Collaborating with an expert to gain new knowledge. The process of applied imagination has cultivated to my practice. I have a chance to take a risk to follow my passion and challenge the failure. The course is ending; however, it is a threshold to another experiment of my life.