This paper explores how to create a significant relationship between natural materials and interactive art. It deals with studying diverse examples from sculpture to architecture to interactive art. The research finds a coexisting relationship between computer-generated images and random algorithms. It suggests natural materials as a physical interface to provide the immaterialized programming with the quality of natural materials. This combination emphasizes natural materials as a creative interface between human and interactive art.
- Byeongwon Ha, Virginia Commonwealth University, US
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