This chapter studies the kind of interactivity existing in art before the emergence of interactive art. It addresses the important questions regarding interactive or participatory art, such as the control of the artists over the message of their artworks, and the roles of the body and mind, distance and immersion, and the grammar interaction in this kind of art. It also explores the chances of logocentric Cartesian paradigm in the interactive environment.
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