The Video Art Of Alinta Krauth
Alinta Krauth is a multidisciplinary digital artist who focuses on projection art, interactive art, sound art, art games, generative art, and physical computing, and is interested in experimenting with links between these fields. She is also interested in ways to tie education and social relevance into interactive pieces – particularly with regards to sustainability, ecology, and physics. Her recently exhibited works explore poetry games, interactive sound art, interactive Net art/literature, projection mapping onto sculpture, 360° projections, projection as performance, and live light painting. She has seen her works exhibited globally from Brisbane to New York, Virginia to Vienna, Paris to Melbourne.
Alinta’s distant background is in cultural theory and creative writing, and she likes to use these understandings to help her create historically and culturally considered works. She has worked as a mammal surveyor, and collaborates with conservation organisations and her university’s biology department to create data and learn about endangered species and ecosystems under threat. But most of all Alinta is simply curious about the world and all its creatures – real and imagined. www.alintakrauth.com
Colonisesmall: an image of ‘Colonise’ hanging in Scots’ Church, Melbourne, for White Night Melbourne.
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