Degree Granting Department
Adriana Iamnitchi, Ph.D.
Robert Lawrence, M.F.A.
Srinivas Katkoori, Ph.D.
Social Networks, Social Sculpture, Cloud Computing, Dance, Mobile Computing
The Tango Panopticon project merges art with technology to create a live and synchronous art experience which is just as much about the participants as it is about the observers. The goal of this project is to create a dialogue between observers of the event in the hopes of creating new social connections where there were none before. This goal is achieved by allowing observers to view the event from anywhere around the world on a computer via the internet and participate in a dialogue with other users on the website.
The other objective of this project is to create a multimedia internet platform for other art projects to use. Other artists that are interested in hosting their own live synchronous event will be able to use the platform we have created and customize it to the specific needs of their project.
Scholar Commons Citation
Stillo, Michael Edward, "Tango Panopticon: Developing a Platform for Supporting Live Synchronous Art Events Based in Relational Aesthetics" (2010). USF Tampa Graduate Theses and Dissertations.