The Evolution of Interactive Installations: A Look into Jing Dong's Artistic Practice

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The Evolution of Interactive Installations: A Look into Jing Dong's Artistic Practice

Jing Dong is a software engineer and media artist currently residing in Los Angeles, California. She is also the co-founder of the Fem ArtTech Lab. Jing earned her MFA in Art and Technology/Integrated Media from California Institute of the Arts (CalArts). Her artistic practice includes interactive installations, sound-visual experiences, software systems, and AI art. Recently, she has been exploring computational aesthetics, posthumanism, and interaction innovation. She has participated in various exhibitions, including Ars Electronica, re: connections, JACCC Release: Heard in LA Exhibition, Digital Future, and Coaxialarts Art + Technology.

Jing's experience in the computer software industry has given her valuable insights into user interaction, software design, and computer science. Jing Dong is fascinated by how technology can secretly shape our environment, concepts, and behavior. As an artist and software engineer, Jing fully embraces the present moment and creates art that raises questions about technology's current and potential impact on our relationship with the world. She also explores how the fusion of art and technology can be more relevant and socially responsible. Jing believes that technology is often dominant and cold, which is why artists must strike a thoughtful and intentional balance between invasive technological innovations and the fight for human dignity, especially for marginalized groups who suffer from inequality, isolation, and injustice. Philosopher Heidegger reminds artists working in the technology industry that "art holds power that could save humans from the danger of being consumed by technology." Jing is deeply immersed in this dual framework, finding hope in art's potential to offer a therapeutic remedy to technology's lifeless, narrow, and confining trajectory.

Jing Dong is a gifted artist and software engineer whose work explores the intersection of art, technology, and humanity. She uses her expertise to create thought-provoking art that raises awareness about the impact of technology on our world and encourages a more thoughtful, responsible approach to innovation.

Augmented Reality (AR) technology has a significant impact on the way we perceive and interact with our cities. AR overlays digital information onto the physical world, allowing us to see and experience our surroundings in new and unique ways. Jing made this project - Virtual Home. Maybe someday we will give all the homeless a home when 3d construction printing is ready.

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