Rewa Wright

Tactile Light re-processes a suite of live performances enacted by a posthuman body given infrared vision, underscored sonically by the bio-electrical signals from living plants. Self-rendering algorithms tease iterative movements of light from this material flow, a liminal image stream emerges via the diffractive movements of post-processing software. And that's when we might begin to consider the echoes of performance beyond the event, lured by the entangled intensities of gesture, data and signal.

About Rewa Wright:

Rewa Wright likes to generate performances with software assemblages. She works with body area networks, infrared vision, mixed reality and experimental modes of live audio-visual performance. She has just submitted her PhD in Art, Design, & Media at the University of New South Wales in Sydney.

AD Space acknowledges and pays respect to the Gadigal and Bidjigal people of the Dharuk and Eora nations, the traditional custodians of the land on which AD Space is built, operates and creates.


AD Space is a student run exhibition space at UNSW Art & Design. Managed by Arc @ UNSW limited in partnership with UNSW Art & Design faculty.

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