There is something quite fitting about having Nathaniel Stern talk about what he does on Albert Einstein's birthday and Pi Day, a day to celebrate math. Stern is a wonderfully wonky ace if there ever was one. He thinks and talks fast, especially on subjects he loves, like interactive art.
This evening, he'll be presenting some of the core ideas he's been exploring for a while, part of his research for a coming book "Interactive Art and Embodiment: The Implicit Body as Performance," part of the Arts Future Book series due out from Gylphi Limited later this year. In this informal talk, Stern will argue that interactive art, at its best, creates meaning through environments of physical, bodily engagement, or what he calls "conceptual-material formations."
Read the full article at the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.