（19）影墨之舞｜Shadow Calligraphy of Dance
How to move body to write calligraphy? The relationship between black and white is like Tai Chi, the shadow as the black ink, and the white as the blank area on the painting. The artwork was intent to link the concept of the generating shadow and the black ink, to combine the body movement and the writing calligraphy by image layering, and to create an interactive embodied calligraphy writing. Using image processing technique, the artwork detects body movements of motion figures to show the motion area in black color, and enables the black and white pixels of the image generating the rubbing look as Chinese brush painting. Through the intuitive interactive experience, when users stand in front of the artwork, their figures will turn into the shadow calligraphy of dance. Special thanks for the cooperation of artist He-Lin Luo.
陳昭伶 Lyn Chen
Lyn Chen was from Taipei Taiwan, and got her PhD degree from GINM, NTU. Her professional interests are multimedia programming, image-based interactive art, and interactive device design. She came from both humanist and technology background. At first, she created literary essays and poems. After understanding technology skills, she used technology tools as magic in the digital age, and kept on creating digital artworks in public exhibitions. Her artworks were focused on the Surrealism topic of time flow, and the fresh connection between human and space.