From conception to exhibition: The ‘iNTERFACES’ competition.
AbstractThis spring the Research Center for Science and Technology of the Arts (CITAR) hosted iNTERFACES’ competition first edition. This competition was created to foment the development of digital and interactive art, by valuing contemporary artistic practice. I have had the opportunity of following the development process and the privilege of being a jury member of iNTERFACES. In this article I’ll review the process of creating this first edition, from its genesis to the final exhibition, placing special emphasis on the submitted pieces, and, of course, on the winners.
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