Monday, May 6, 2013


Visualizing a Portrait of Tactile, Chromatic and Audible Definitions


While physical geographies and personal differences dictate our daily schedules, truly we are all running together, experiencing life in parallel.  A family portrait is visualized in three perceptions to extend the efforts of the traditional still-photography, family portrait.  These perceptions are crafted from the physiological arousal of individual family members throughout their daily routines.  Activity and emotion are combined with the visualizations of a family, created through a topographic surface (a tactile experience), a field of color (a two dimensional reading), and a composition of sound (an engaging, space activating interaction).  This is our experience, a familyography, visualized through an emotivescape, chromascape, and phonoscape (or, that of topography, color, and sound).

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