Keywords: Technology, nature, social practice, socially-engaged art, space, duration, collaboration, visceral
A discussion of The Hole Residency provides a context for assessing the crucial role that technology can play in art projects that are framed in the boundaries of social practice or socially-engaged art, especially by the near-absence of technology in such projects. The Hole Residency is a project focused on duration, visceral experience, collaboration, and the opportunity to engage directly with nature. It also provides a framework for considering the relationship between art, science and technology within a hands-on context.
- Linda Duvall, University of Saskatchewan, Canada
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