Ernest Edmonds has been creating interactive art since the late 60s, and has exhibited his work around the globe.
In this exclusive session from GameHorizon he looks at research and art experiences in human-computer interaction, and argues that there is a much needed critical language to describe, compare and discuss interactive digital art.
Ernest is a constructivist artists who has been using computers in his art since 1968. With over 200 refereed publications in the field of human-computer interaction, creativity and art, Ernest has exhibited throughout the world, from Moscow to L.A. He is professor of Computation and Creative Media at the University of Technology, Sydney, and professor of Computational Art at De Montfort University in Leicester, UK.