ID:ENTITY

CAM RALEIGH PRESENTS
ID:ENTITY SELF : PERCEPTION + REALITY
November 18, 2011 – February 13, 2012

ID:ENTITY is a group exhibition which explores the complex relationship between the “self” and the world. Digital technologies are radically altering the traditional ways in which we relate to each other, our social spaces, and even ourselves. New generations bring about changing paradigms for communication, learning and interaction. The boundaries of our modern lives are collapsing. The protection of our identities, the transparency of our digital reputations, and the manifestation of radical and shifting digital evolutions provoke these artists to engage in a highly technical, visual dialogue that includes: interactive surfaces, Microsoft Kinect™ technology, and dynamic digital wall projections. Artists featured in ID:ENTITY use a wide range of cutting-edge software technologies to create interactive imagery and inspiring environments that engage viewers with sensory experiences.

The exhibition ID:ENTITY SELF : PERCEPTION + REALITY is generously supported by North Carolina State University’s College of Design and the Department of Art + Design. Additional supported is provided by the Communication, Rhetoric, and Digital Media Ph.D. program in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences. This project is funded in part by the City of Raleigh based on recommendation from the Raleigh Arts Commission.