I stumbled upon a very interesting interactive tale by Vincent Morisset. Interactive art is just the way it sounds, the viewer is actively taking part and has a role in the piece of art work.
The interactive work is called Bla Bla, and it is Vincent’s latest project. He is well known for his work with the hugely successful Canadian band, Arcade Fire. He developed the website for their second album, Neon Bible.
According to Morisset,
BLA BLA uses xerography, drawing on paper, ActionScript-generated animations, puppet stop-motion combined with real-time 3D mapping, etc. I am inspired by projects that feel free aesthetically. I wanted BLA BLA to feel hand-made, imperfect, fragile, so we forget about the technology.
(Taken from NFB Press)
When you get a chance, please watch and play around with BlaBla and comment on it on your blogs. Tell us what you enjoyed about the experience and what you did not enjoy. Would you watch or take part in other interactive art work? Why or why not?