traveller is part of the International
Database Of Virtual Art.
October 13 - 16, 2010, ISMAR 2010, Borderless, COEX / Art Center Nabi, Seoul, Korea
February 2007 presentation at the First International Conference on Tangible
And Embedded Interaction,
TEI 2007, Baton Rouge, Louisiana,
September 24, 2006 at Experimentdays '06, an event organized by experimentcity,
August 2006 at MART, Museum of
Modern Art, Trento and Rovereto, Italy
Art-track exhibition of the Participatory
December 28 - 30, 2003 at the Chaos Computer Club (CCC) Congress,
8 - 9, 2002 Transmediale Partner-Event, Kunstfabrik,
31, 2002 Presentation during the 01 Award, at the University of the Arts,
UdK Berlin, Germany
of the projected text passages as Pdf file (70 kb)
short essays and excerpts from interviews about mobility, home and identity.
about freequent traveller from the interesting weblog
of Tim Pritlove
“Freequent Traveller” is passive, relaxed and contemplative.
The motion of a hammock animates text. Very flow,
extraordinary hypnotic and meditative, it seems for two reasons: getting
a pleasant, engaging feedback without
any effort but swinging in the hammock. Being immersed in the stimulating
synchronised loop of ones own physical
motion and perceived visual dynamics.
Through its synchronized visual activity it appears experiential, explorative,
sensuous and playful. It is contiguous,
perceived motion is synchronized with visuals. Its use is intuitive, and
overall feel “pull”. Interactions are continuous
and not in discreet steps; it is unencumbered, poetic, involving, engaging
(hot), has cognitive (visual/texty) as well as
sensuous (feely) qualities and incorporates degrees of self recognition
/ perception because of its synchronization.
The content consists of statements from artists from all over the world
about mobility, home and identity and raise
global awareness to a certain extent. Gestalt effects are achieved by
the high feedback through synchronization of
perceived body movement and dynamic visuals. Freequent Traveller applies
to multiple senses as orientation and visual.
Its nature is ephemeral.
Hohl, Phd research
I lived next to Sushu's Freequent Traveller installation for whole
three days at the 20C3 and enjoyed it every minute.
It's very relaxing!