Antibodies is an interactive experience in the form of a never-ending video call. participants only show up and do not have to say anything. anyone can join at any time and all contributions are accepted.
The experience uses the webcam to track the face of participants and record their face gestures.
It was commissioned by the Maison de la culture Ahuntsic, in Montréal (Canada), to replace an exhibition of 3 interactive installations by the same artist.
In response to the recent COVID-19 health regulations and recommendations in Montreal, the interactive installation by Daniel Iregui CREATURE is cancelled. The artist kindly agreed to include his most recent piece – Antibodies (2020) – in the Virtual Exhibition.
Daniel Iregui is a Montreal-based New Media artist who creates interactive sculptures, immersive spaces, and architectural interventions using technology as both a tool and an aesthetic. He works with the infinite and random combinations produced by interactive systems that the audience influences and transforms; the interaction between the human being and technology has always been his focus since the very beginning.
In 2010 Daniel founded Studio Iregular, an interactive content creation studio based in Montreal (Canada) where he produces his own artistic works as well as commercial commissions. Since its inception, Daniel has been running this studio and acting as Artistic Director for all undertaken projects. Studio Iregular has produced over 40 interactive installations and won more than 30 awards for its innovative works, including the grand NUMIX prize awarded to the piece DELETE in 2017.
Created by — Daniel Iregui and Studio Iregular
Coding — Guillaume Turgeon and Hugo St-onge
Visuals and Sounds — Daniel Iregui
Coordination — Marilyne Lacombe
Curator — Liette Gauthier
Presented by — Maison de la culture Ahuntsic
This project is supported by the Montreal boroughs cultural outreach program as part of the “entente sur le développement culturel de montréal.”