Thesis Project: In Situ ∆
g. craig hobbs’ In Situ ∆ links the viewer to narrative trajectories of sound and image, opening an ontological inquiry into bodies and the forces of nature as generators of extensity, sensation, and affect. In Situ ∆ encourages spatial exploration in the form of the embodied search. The search is revealed not as a computational feat, but as an engaged exploration of space. The process of searching is embodied by the viewer who maintains a direct role in content acquisition and playback via kwpe/, an open-source keyword tagging environment.