Julia Wolf (RCA) - 2021-22 Students
Rethinking Intimacy: Remote Sensing, Distributed Intelligence and the Choreographic Encounter
With the severe loss of intimacy and proliferation of Big Data, this practice-led research provokes extra-sensorial
logics that can create new forms of tactility. By investigating light as a space-forming medium rather
than merely information-carrier, this research combines choreography and remote sensing technology for realtime
coding purposes to disrupt conventional logics of cybernetics. Although the occupation with the intangible
physics of light often guarantees visibility, this research aims to push the monocular notion of ‘seeing’ into
extra-sensorial, hybrid fields of ‘engaging’.