63 – Mutual Actions

Spring / Summer 2008

This issue proposes a reflection on two distinct yet overlapping phenomena: interactivity – which refers primarily to the relation between the individual and the machine, particularly in technological artworks requiring the spectator’s participation – and interaction, which instead calls to mind a relationship between individuals, specifically between the artist and members of the public, and is made evident in multimedia and video works, web art, and participative works.



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