A pioneer in software and internet art, Australian artist LIA combines custom code and unique sound to communicate her work in “I Said If.” This interactive sciart has evolved over time; first existing primarily online, and later progressing into exhibitions like “Art Machines Machine Art.”
From the “I Said If” exhibition site:
“Lia’s art is communication – a game with the principle of the “user”. Her working material is code, digital poetry, which no longer has anything in common with the traditional use. With numerous experiments and consciously evoked irregularities, she creates programs in an unmistakable style that trigger formal and acoustic events. On the basis of the beginning settings she provides and the possibilities thereby permitted, players can steer the course of the application themselves. Her art consequently corresponds to the idea of “creation”, the invention of a self-controlling system that evolves from an original configuration.”
Below are some images of LIA’s work from this award winning installation.
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