ACHF Arts Access
The artist will broaden the range of his work by incorporating more three-dimensional modeling and texturing in a virtual world. Public engagement will be measured by a survey regarding the work after two different public performances. 2: The artist will expand his studio practice further in the realm of interactive public art. Experts in the field will be asked to evaluate the quality of the work produced.
3D models and textures were incorporated into the virtual and actual spaces in the exhibition, providing a richer experience for the gallery visitor. Individuals who visited the exhibition were asked about their experience of it. Audience engagement was gauged through conversations with gallery staff and the artist. A guest book in the gallery also collected a good range of written feedback. 2: A more refined, durable interactive piece for use by a broad audience in a public art venue was produced as well as some other new electronic works. Conversations and individual meetings were held with a number of professionals to assess the quality of the work. These included the director of a public arts organization, a physics professor with a strong background in electronics, and an art department chairperson with background in printmaking, drawing and painting.