THE FUTURE OF ART: DIGITAL INSTALLATIONS AND INTERACTIVE SPACES
In everyday life, we can draw inspiration and visual pleasure of many different things. Undoubtedly, however, art is a fundamental and irreplaceable source. Art, like everything around us, is also changing and evolving to respond to the changing reality and digital revolution. The most modern works in this field at the moment are interactive digital installations, which are the latest and most innovative form of installation art.
Digital art installations offer new opportunities for viewers to participate actively in the work of art. Artists and designers have the opportunity to play with the "real-virtual" boundary between the viewer or the "user" and the digital dimension. Touching, physical participation, and social interaction are the main forms of "experience" of art.
What is a digital installation?
There are different forms of interactive installations, but in many cases sensors have used that respond to the movements of visitors and draw attention to a particular element. The installation can include video or 3D images that make the environment colorful, dynamic, and interactive. Special software and hardware are used to create this amazing work of art. The work of art is first created with the help of software that transforms traditional media such as painting, painting, and sculpture into new forms - virtual reality, digital installations, and projection mapping.
Where can we see digital installations?
Many contemporary artists and designers look at the computer as an artistic tool and make their own digital installations. In addition to visiting exhibitions, there are specially created museums for digital art, where there are permanent interactive installations. Such is the Museum of Digital Art in Tokyo, Japan - Mori: teamLab Borderless, which has been declared the world's first museum of digital art. Here you can see the various exhibitions which have been offered or which are currently offered in the museum - https://www.teamlab.art/e/?type=pickup.
Besides the museums, a new generation of digital art appears on platforms such as Artsy, Artspace, and Paddle8, which provide their viewers with digital works of art on a screen.