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I installed 3D model with tangible interface in the HDRI panoramic environment maps which I created from the real locations in Perth, and in this work, a perforated shape of doll is floating in the Shenton Park where I live nearby. The viewer could zoom even inside the volume to see the outside scenery.
The use of self-made equipments and the structure of 3D digital production explain how our perceptions are built, and the conversion of photographic images into halftone vector spirals represents the idea of divided brush marks in paintings like Impressionism or Aboriginal art, which resonates to the repetitive tactility embedded in our vision through the experiential duration and bodily pulsation.
I hope that this online presentation would be reciprocal to the use of physical fluidity and inter-penetrability of oil paint in my Patagraphy 2.0.