Full Paper. Session: Educations and Societies / Multisensory installation and immersive storytelling
Keywords: Education Through Art, Art and Technology, Transdisciplinary Arts, Multiculturalism, Sensory Aesthetics
“The Wishing Tree” is a sort of multimedia sensorial installations made in artistic workshops that have proposed anti-consumerism thought and practice by a mix of recycling assemblage, handcraft, visual art, interactive music and technological artistic experiences. They are initially aimed at art educators and elementary and high school students and promote, from the integration of different means of expression, the integration between the visual arts, the audiovisual and digital/sensorial systems. This article evidences some aspects of these procedural art series, such as critical protagonism, agency, pro-activism and other ethical and cognitive additions in the courses of these international workshops-installations held between 2012 and 2019.
- Paulo Cesar Teles (BR) is media-artist,graduated in Radio and Television (Faculty of Architecture, Arts and Communication at Paulista State University (São Paulo State University – UNESP), 1992; Master in Multimedia (Institute of Arts at UNICAMP, 2001); PhD in Communication and Semiotics (Catholic Pontifical University / PUC – SP, 2009), with Postdoctoral Degree from the School of Communications and Arts at University of Sao Paulo / USP, (2015). Professor Doctor of the Arts Institute at the State University of Campinas – UNICAMP since 2011 in the Post-Graduate Programs in Visual Arts; in Scientific Publicity (Labjor); and in the undergraduate programs in Visual Arts and Social Communication – Midialogy (Head of Program). He is also coordinator of the ARTME Research Group (Art, Technology and Emerging Media: Development, Literacies and Trans-culture).His current artworks and academic research are focused on technological art, multiculturalism and multiplatform educommunication processes through Art.