Cognitive Surveillance : Perceptible Lines

Hill, Tracy orcid iconORCID: 0000-0002-6218-4242 (2018) Cognitive Surveillance : Perceptible Lines. In: Northern Light CRITICAL APPROACHES TO PROXIMITY AND DISTANCE IN NORTHERN LANDSCAPE PHOTOGRAPHY, 2nd - 3rd July 2018, Sheffield Hallam University. (Unpublished)

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Cognitive Surveillance : Perceptible Lines
The intersection between our digital and aesthetic worlds is where I situate my art works: a hybrid space where technological control meets emotion and memory of the human experience.
This presentation will explore how cross-disciplinary art practice can be a platform of mulitple dimensions, providing an essential link between the traditions of the handmade with the potential of digital technologies. Printmaking and drawing combine with data information taken from 3D laser scanners to offer a view beyond our own human visual capability resulting in a re-imagined vision of these liminal spaces linking digital and aesthetic.
Images presented from the 'Matrix of Movement' project create an opportunity to explore what is beyond a 2d surface becoming a visualization of the point where our physical and digital worlds overlap, the edge between location and how we feel to be part of it.

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