post current project CHAMELEON I am working on over the Synapse Residency

September 13th, 2007

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Over the residency I will be working on CHAMELEON – an interactive audiovisual installation driven by emotional expression, allowing participants to provoke and explore the communication of emotion within and between social groups. CHAMELEON is the creative product of research collaboration between artist Tina Gonsalves, social neuroscientist Prof Chris Frith, emotion neuroscientist Prof Hugo Critchley , affective computer scientists Dr Rosalind Picard and Dr Rana Kaliouby. It brings together two world renowned institutions: The Wellcome Trust Centre for Neuroimaging at the Institute of Neurology (IoN), where the artist is honorary Artist in Resident, and the Affective Computing Group at the Media Lab, MIT, USA, (MIT) where she is ‘Visiting Artist’. CHAMELEON will be exhibited extensively and a corresponding catalogue will document the project. The development of the project has been supported by the Australian Network for Art and Technology Synapse residency, and the Liminal Screen Residency at the Banff New Media Institute. The production has been supported by a large art award from the Wellcome Trust. The project is curated by SCAN.


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