I work in many mediums because I believe if a project requires to be presented in a certain way, you don't want your own knowledge to restrict that.
Right now I want to use technology to bring simple but deeply emotionally effective experiences to everyone, where ever or whoever they are.
When people hear 'technology' or 'interactive art' they think of something that works in an advanced, cutting edge way that's never been seen before, like a magic trick. This can leave the participant momentarily amazed but ultimatley underwhelmed. It's accessible, entertaining but short-lived.
So what I feel is that the focus on technology should be reigned in and then look at an idea or goal as audience oriented, not technically, and use whatever materials or techniques neccessary to make it successful, old or new.
In conclusion it's only the experience that matters.
My current work (art and things I have to do to make a living!) is at http:www.chriskilmartin.co.uk