Hybrid to Simulation Invention (pp 223-232) explores my interrogation of the impact of technology on the body, relationships and human experience, as an approach to creative practice. It charts two residency situations, almost twenty years apart and how they have enabled and challenged me to create experiential attempts to manifest and explore, physical, emotional or human qualities, and states. Although my work utilises technology, it is not techno-centric and is in fact a highly critical interrogation of its fallibility, reliability and poten-tial otherness. My aim has always been to question our consumption of technology, through multi-faceted creative experiences, that provoke questions about the real, simulated and ‘other-ness’ of the digital realm. This chapter explores my artistic reflections on the distinct, diffuse and evanescent creative spaces and contexts, that technology creates, and the implications and effect of this on our everyday existence.
|Title of host publication||Explorations in Art & Technology|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Nov 2018|