APP(E)AL(L)ING, 2018, haptic interface installation
A haptic interface is a human-computer interaction technology that allows a human to interact with a computer through bodily sensations and movements. The interactive work APP(E)A(L)LING by Dutch artist Lianne van Roekel uses haptic interfaces to mediate light and sound. What arises from this is an interplay between the human senses with which the organic and artificial, the static and dynamic, and the animate and inanimate can be sensed and questioned. In order to discover the boundaries between these extremes and to be able to experience a different way of perceiving things, visitors are invited to both look, listen and touch.