‘The Institute For Advanced Augmentiform Development and Release’ consists of virtual and augmented realities that are dynamically linked through live interactions and data exchange.
- Warren Armstrong is a new media artist whose practice explores web-based art, sonification and augmented reality. His most recent works include the Information Virus (2010), a 3D augmented reality work that was exhibited as part of the Bushwick Augmented Reality Intervention 2010 in Brooklyn New York; and the Twitterphonicon/Twitter Hymn Book (2010), an installation that converts Twitter updates into music. This latter work was exhibited as part of the New Interfaces in Musical Expression conference in Sydney, and was a finalist in the 2010 Blake Prize for Religious Art.
- Andrew Burrell is a Sydney-based artist working in real time 3d and interactive audio installation. His areas of interest include the construction of self with regard to the interrelationship of personal identity with memory and imagination, and the way in which networked virtual spaces influence these interactions.
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