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    Playful Interactions: A Critical Inquiry into Interactive Art and Play

    Electronic Visualisation and the Arts (EVA 2015)

    London, UK, 7 - 9 July 2015


    Tine Bech


    I am known for my public artworks that pop up in unexpected places. From bridges that light up as people pass over them, to live events where communities swim in clouds of Olympic colours, to battles on bikes, her works actively challenge our common assumptions about art, public space and participation. Using examples from her practice, Tine will share ideas on the relationship between play, interactive art, as well as play in the city, including the importance of the invitation, encouraging audiences to move from looking to doing, and the kinds of play that can be initiated through interactive artwork.


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