Judith Doyle has two projects in Lively Objects: Phantom House (2010) is comprised of machinima video documentation of a memory architecture of Doyle’s family home, built in the SecondLife virtual world in 2010, displayed on a widescreen monitor.
Her most recent project PointCloud: Crow Panel will be included as an interactive projection/performance during the opening night events.
PointCloud: Crow Panel merges live depth images of viewers with pre-recorded ones of the forest and the vertical city; these meld and merge with procedural graphics, in a hybrid post-digital environment. Judith Doyle developed PointCloud: Crow Panel during an Artist Residency at the Quetico Park wilderness area, collaborating with Lac La Croix First Nation dancer Cody Ottertail Berry, and artist/researchers James Rollo, Naoto Hieda, Faby Hernandez Cancino and Chao Feng.
Judith Doyle is also conducting an Artist Demo / Workshop called GestureLab: Workshop as Case Study. It will take part in the Artist Demos and Posters: Disruption: Body, Embody + Perform at the Simon Fraser University, Room 4210 in Monday August 17, 2015 from 11:30am to 1:30pm.