The meaning of is the ability of certain organic and natural systems to regenerate after a disturbance. The notion is applied to the digital context. The artwork “Resilience” is related to the concepts of spring-mass, coming from physics, those of “molar” and “molecular”, from the philosophy of Gille Deleuze and Felix Guattari and the concept of “agency” proposed by Janet Murray about digital interactivity. We took the IMAGE as representation of the physical concept of Spring-mass, where each spring is materialized by the connection between two points. The SOUND has two states: sound on - frequencies that refer to ocean waves and their resilience - adapting while transform the shoreline; sound off - space to experience the tension of the spring net that will always give a specific answer according to the tension of clicking on the spring-mass. But the INTERACTORS are the central point. They are the entities without which the work does not exist if not in potentiality, in becoming.
Rosangella Leote, Et al.
São Paulo State University
Rosangella Leote is a Brazilian multimedia artist/researcher; Posdoctorated in Media Art (Universidade Aberta - Lisbon - Portugal); Phd in Communication Sciences (USP/BR); Master of Arts (UNICAMP/BR). She is professor and director of the Postgraduate Program in Arts at Arts Institute, Universidade Estadual Paulista (UNESP). Also is the director of GIIP - "International and Inter-Institutional Group of Research in Convergence Art, Science and Technology" UNESP. Currently her research is about multisensoriality and multimodality based on neuroscience theories, also including handicap technologies for arts. She acts and direct performances, do sound sculptures and other interactive works and is member of the SCIArts-Interdisciplinary team. email@example.com.
Cristiane Simões has a degree in Visual Arts from the Regional University of Cariri (2019), made an exchange at the Institute of Arts at the Universidade Estadual Paulista - UNESP(2017), and a degree in History from the Regional University of Cariri (2006). She is currently an arts teacher in the municipality of Cunha/SP. Participates in the International and Interinstitutional Group for Research in Art, Science and Technology (GIIP), of UNESP. Has research interest in interactive arts and ceramics. Lattes iD: http://lattes.cnpq.br/2626233278507155. firstname.lastname@example.org
Rolf Simões - Researcher, PhD in Computing from the National Institute for Space Research (INPE) and Master in Modeling of Complex Systems from the University of São Paulo (USP). His research interests include artificial intelligence with applications in art and science, complex systems modeling and geospatial software development with scientific applications. He is a member of the Geoinformatics and Geospatial Data Science Group (GGDS) at INPE. Currently he has a Postdoc position at INPE. email@example.com