Here you will find my power point and links to work by the artist I presented the week before last, Scott Snibbe. If you remember, Scott is a media artist, filmmaker, and researcher in social interactivity. The piece that first attracted me to his work was "Boundary Functions" (1988). In this work, participants enter a space where boundaries are drawn between them via a ceiling projection. There must be sensing of people that lays a boundary that bisects two points. The boundaries are broken when human contact is made. I enjoyed this piece as an idealization of interpersonal relationships, as well as a representation of boundary constructs and the fluidity of personal boundaries.
If you check out Scott's blog , you can see his most recent posts describing his i-pad apps and the thought that went into creating them.
Also this is his website.