Fugue is the result of a collaboration between artists, new music composer and computer scientists. The result is an on-going project which provides a new way of communicating complex scientific ideas to any audience. Immersive virtual reality and sound provide an interactive audiovisual interface to the dynamics of a complex system for this work, an artificial immune system. Alongside with providing the greatest immersive effect currently available, this technology offers the potential to control and calibrate particular audio-visual elements.

Gordana was awarded for the project: Arts Council England Individual Grant in 2004; Arts and Humanities Research Council/Arts Council England Art and Science Fellowship (Dr. Peter Bentley Principal Applicant as a collaborative scientist) in 2005; Leverhulme Artist in Residence Grant in 2005.

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