Abstract

The relationship between technology and art has always been an important issue in the field of art. With the application of information technology in interactive media arts, the traditional aesthetic theories can no longer fully interpret an emerging morphology of artistic styles. The unification of interaction, experience and aesthetics based on the “indwelling” idea of tacit knowledge theory and embodiment theory of phenomenology may be seen as a total framework for analyzing interaction aesthetics from three dimensions: information, space and time, which embodies three important features: full sensory experience, dynamics and psychosomatic oneness.

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