this website presents ten experiments/experiences: Using a performative approach, we researched, queered and deconstructed the normatives inherent in virtual reality.
Each exp_ includes an introduction followed by research questions. Development illustrates the research, design, implementation, iterations we faced. Try or catch is a programming keyword allowing the safe execution of a piece of code (try) that may cause errors, which can then be reacted to accordingly (catch). Here we describe which of our assumptions stood our volunteer's tests.
The conclusion is a post-experiment reflection – thoughts on the process and related topics, sometimes future ideas. While reading, you will find little flesh-colored diamonds next to words, which will direct you to the say what? section of this page, explaining some of the more uncommon terms. The resources section lists texts and references important to our work.
You can download future perspectives, modified animals, critical machines as a zine (pdf, 9.7MB).
the internet restroom offers privacy on the world wide web
All is surface loops a gaze between human eye and operating system
Insect Vision (VR installation) is a modulation for human eyes inspired by a wasp
Item Vision questions if human's surroundings or gazes are digitized in VR
A synchrony interrupts and rewires perceived dichotomies
Default Safari attacks defaults by erasing the color white
Motion Vision enhances the ability to perceive movement
GAZING FIGURES performs multi-eyed vision to test a flexible system of perspectives
urban AR lab visualizes invisibilities in a participative city walk
Nica Heads are new heads for the Prix Ars Electronica