PLAT (Picto Luminico Audio Tactil).
Collaborative installation by Manuel Terán, Sara Malinarich, Javier Pérez, Jorge Ruiz Abánades, Roberto Gil, Rebeca Delso, Amaia Goodman, Diego Ain.
Desing and programing of interactive interfaces using sensor and robotic components.
Érase de una vez Don Qujote de la Mancha. Installación interactiva en colaboración con Jorge Ruiz Abánades y Diego Agulló. Instituto Cervantes, Berlín, Alemania.
2002-2003. SPAIN, FRANCE, CZECH REPUBLIC
eGalab Project. ELECTRONIC GALERY AND LABORATORY. IMMERSIVE MULTIUSER SPACE
Purpose/State of the art:
The idea of an electronic gallery & laboratory for virtual art reflects today’s status under which the artists create and present their artworks. There is a kind of misunderstanding between the common way of art presentation in galleries and museums and the very emerging artistic forms, directly on electronic media (e.g. net art or virtual sculpture…).
“When I thought about a gallery, the first thing I imagined was a physical place with walls where things are hung, and in the center, a desk with a secretary.
Then, we asked ourselves ?what is a gallery?? and ?what is virtuality??.
From these both notions, when associated, emerge a new concept, and a challenge arouse : to create a pertinent exhibition space for a new language, with a different ethic, more democratic, and to look for a communicating representation for this evolution about the paradigm”. [read more…]
Sara Malinarich (Extract)
CYPRESS, MIDE, CIANT
Develop of prototype of virtual galleries.
2004. SPAIN, FRANCE
Human. All rights reserved. In collaboration with Montse Arbelo y Joseba Franco
Creation of 3D real-time and multi-user environment shared on the Internet.The user take part of a social and multimedia body in real time using 3D/VRML technologies, and motion capture system.
Project proposed by Montse Arbelo y Joseba Franco and developed in collaboration with CYPRES – Intercultural Centre for Practise, Research and Interdisciplinary Exchanges.(fr), 3D from Mars(fr), company of productions directed by the artist François Mourre, MIDE International Museum of Electrographi (sp) , Pascal Silondi, artist especialized in virtual reality and director of LIBAT.
Coordinator for centers (MIDE, CIPRES, LIBAT). Developed at MIDE’s workshop
Laberintos Posibles. In collaboration with Pepa Llausas
“With the myth of the labyrinth in mind, that is to say, leaving from a prior idea and with the conscience and responsibility of responding to a theoretical context that protected and justified the execution of the work, Pip Llausas (Alicante, 1966) was launched to the adventure of deciphering the secrets of the neighborhood of Ltd Gerreria. More than 3,000 photographs later, its exhaustive observation of all them traveled through possible has remained summarized in some four hundred photographs that, mounted on panels in thematic groups (doors, stairs, walls, ceramic elements, etc.), they are exposed at present in the Espai Projectes of the Gallery Maior of Pollença, in which is its first individual one in Majorca”. El Mundo-El Día Newspaper
Programing, interfaces. Developed at MIDE’s workshop
MAP PROJECT. In collaboration with Amparo Coret
This CDROM is the result of the search of a strategy of diffusion in the technological line for the Promotion of the MIDE.
In Map Project tries to summarize the activities, collection, services and lines of Investigation of the Museum. On the other hand, this multimedia work of type with animations in virtual reality had as an objective second, a presentation of the same one al committee seleccionador of Arco2002, for which It was built virtually a stand virtual looking to a participation in the Contemporary Fair of Art.
Programing, interfaces and 3D animations. Developed at MIDE’s workshop