wIn this episode, Caroline is joined by Paul sermon. He is an artist, academic, professor of visual communication and leader of doctoral studies of the School of Art and Media at the University of Brighton. They discuss the role perception plays in his art and the role of art in the way we perceive and understand the world.
He explains how his interactive video installations are designed to draw the audience in. Doing so in ways that means that they become a part in the pieces of artwork. Using networked art installations Paul connects audiences in different locations and blurs the lines between the audience and the performer. They discuss some of his installations, including how they are set up and how people who interface with them respond.
‘I create a certain amount of potential for something to come out of that, but I don't know, as an artist, what will come out, it could go in any direction. ´
‘Stop thinking about artworks as objects, think about them as triggers to experiences.’
‘Video conference is not just about me looking at you, and you looking at me … it's actually about a portal to another space, a space where we can coexist, a third space.’
Website with links to Paul´s work and other resources - http://www.paulsermon.org/
Telematic Dreaming 1992 - http://www.laboralcentrodearte.org:7080/laboral/es/recursos/obras/telematic-dreaming-1992/
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This is a podcast series about discovery, understanding, revelation, and stories.
How we perceive the world is rooted in everything that has influenced us throughout our lives, emotionally and psychologically. We become the sum of our parts and each of us has our own unique view of the world. 'Vision' truly is an act of interpretation.
In this podcast series through fascinating conversations, I set about trying to understand how we form our perceptions, view different perspectives, and examine how perception has influenced, inspired, or hindered the lives of each of my unique guests.