Colorful Interactive Art Project Comments on Information Overload

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Commenting on the modern day issue of information overload, creative studio Irregular's interactive installation END OF BROADCAST allows users' movements to determine its colorful glitches. The installation is running through the end of January as part of Montreal's Quartier Des Spectacles.

"This piece was made under the curatorial theme of 'human futures,'” Irregular founder/creative director Daniel Iregui tells The Creators Project. "I am exploring the overwhelming information and communications we deal with every day, similar to watching TV and changing the channel every two seconds. The window at Place des Arts where the piece was placed is divided insix sections, so I assigned each section its own color and TV channel with a tune when touched."

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