Expose, Intervene, Occupy reviewed at UFVA

Posted on Sep 28, 2012 in Uncategorized

During The university Film and Video Association [UFVA] 2012 Annette Barbier presented Expose, Intervene, Occupy AR project. The project was reviewed by Stephanie Tripp, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Communication, the University of Tampa. Dr. Tripp wrote

“The eight AR collaborations comprising Expose, Intervene, Occupy vary in their approaches from direct to fanciful, from abstract to overtly political. They hold in common, however, the aim of producing public art that challenges our expectations. In the words of collaborating artist Annette Barbier, the intention is “not so much to inform, but to interrupt, prick curiosity, to offer another possibility for a familiar space.”

The works together present a sense of mirthful commentary rather than heavy-handed critique. ”

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