The NATO Arts Programme was created in 2016 to emphasise NATO’s vision and core values integrated
Interactive Media and Fine Arts make up one of the four work streams in the Arts Framework, displaying digital art that highlights the Alliance’s role as a consultative body promoting peace and security. Interactive art is a dialogue among the artist, the spectators and the work of art, as well as between the spectators themselves.
An art exhibition belonging to this work stream is coming to NATO Headquarters in March and will be inaugurated by the Deputy
An example can be seen in the picture below, where the movements of an observer are reflected in the artwork. This interactive media art display will be placed in the Agora using the giant LED screen. Interactive art creates a bridge between different participants, encouraging dialogue and a shared experience. By turning observers into active participants, the Interactive Media and Fine Arts illustrate and contribute to dialogue and the consultative process.
João Martinho Moura - Exhibit in Beijing 2017