Net. Art – Interactive Installation / net.art
Programmed by: Ryan Johnston, installation programmed by Joerg Muller.
Produced during an artistic residency at the Banff Center for the Arts, Canada.
Duration of video documentation: 2min 30 secs.
This project is about identities in the digital domain. It’s freely based on biometrics and identity recognition. The users are asked to scan their hand with a regular scanner and submit the image to the project’s server to be processed and interpolated with other user’s hands in order to form a collective body, an exquisite corpse that could be seen either as a sign of perti-nence (as were the prehistoric hand prints), a parody of sur-veillance technologies or a metaphor of a collective destiny.
Watch recorded interactivity with Humanos.