” I am very concerned but also strange about the age of metrics. These daylights everything is quantified .”
Known for incorporating engineering and design into his artwork, Mexican-Canadian creator Rafael Lozano-Hemmer is exhibiting his immersive public skill installations together for the first time under the same roof at Washington , D.C.’s Hirshhorn Museum. In the exhibition, called Pulse, which closes at the end of the week, Lozano-Hemmer exerts interactive engineering to read the vital signs of tourists. Biometric signatures-fingerprints, heartbeats-of each tourist are recorded as repetition sequences and translated into immersive voice knowledge, brandishes in water tanks, and blinking lights.
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