Tate Sensorium and the project’s findings on multisensory experiences, Tony Guillan, Tate (UK)

Main Room - 1st Floor June 6, 2016 10:15 am - 10:45 am

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Tony Guillan, Tate (UK)

Tony Guillan will introduce you to the IK Prize, a platform for innovating the way we access and experience art, generating new projects that use digital technology to explore the Tate collection.
He recently worked with Flying Object, winners of IK Prize 2015, to develop and co-curate their project Tate Sensorium, an installation that presented multisensory experiences around four paintings from the Tate collection, whilst measuring visitors’ physiological responses using biometric wristbands.