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Paul Brown on Sun, 12 Mar 2006 12:59:42 +0100 (CET)


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<nettime-ann> [call] final call: Computational Models of Creativity in the Arts


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Please circulate to colleagues & relevant lists - and apologies
for any duplication (the usual oxymoron)

DEADLINE APPROACHING 19 March 2006

Computational Models of Creativity in the Arts
a two-day workshop
Tuesday 16 to Wednesday 17 May 2006

A partnership between Goldsmiths and Birkbeck Colleges and the
University of Sussex

Hosted by Goldsmiths Digital Studios, Ben Pimlott Building,
Goldsmiths College, University of London

Including a public evening performance/exhibition event on the 16
May curated by BLIP and the Computer Arts Society at the Science
Museum's Dana Centre in Knightsbridge

The proceedings will be a special issue of Digital Creativity
Journal (2007:1), Routledge

Call for Participation

This workshop will bring together practitioners and researchers
who are involved in the use of computational systems in the fine
and performing arts, literature, design and animation as well as
the associated fields of aesthetics, cognitive science, art
history and cultural theory.  It especially invites those
involved in the computational analysis and modelling of creative
behaviour to meet and share their experiences and explore the
potential of co-operative future ventures. It is intended that
this call should interest the widest possible constituency.
However a very broad list of (non-exclusive) descriptors might
include:
* the application of computational and generative methodologies
   in the arts and related creative disciplines
* computational approaches to creativity, cognition and
   aesthetics
* the application of artificial intelligence and artificial life
* the application of evolutionary and adaptive systems
* cultural applications of computing and digital electronics in
   general

Categories of Submission
* Position papers, posters, abstracts, etc...
   Places are limited!  Please send in a one-page (maximum) outline
   of why you (and your colleagues) would like to attend and what
   you could contribute and/or how you might benefit.  Include URLs
   to relevant projects/experience where possible
* Artworks, performances, etc...
   Please submit a one-page proposal including technical
   requirements.  Include URLs where possible

Deadline
The deadline for outlines and proposals is 19 March 2006.  They
should be sent to the conference chairs as PDF attachments to an
email with the subject "CMCA Workshop Submission"

Co-Chairs
* Paul Brown, University of Sussex - paul {AT} paul-brown.com
* Janis Jeffries, Goldsmiths - j.jefferies {AT} gold.ac.uk
* Nick Lambert, Birkbeck - nick.lambert {AT} gmail.com

Organising Committee
* Catherine Mason, Birkbeck
* Tim Blackwell, Goldsmiths
* Jon Bird, University of Sussex
* Miguel Andres-Clavera, Goldsmiths
* In-Yong Cho, Goldsmiths
* Maria x, Goldsmiths

Advisory Committee
* Margaret Boden, University of Sussex
* Phil Husbands, University of Sussex
* Ernest Edmonds, University of Technology, Sydney
* Charlie Gere, University of Lancaster
* Mitchell Whitelaw, University of Sussex
* Sue Gollifer, University of Brighton
* Tony Longson, California State University, Los Angeles
* Adrian David Cheok, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
* Dustin Stokes, University of Sussex

Funded by the London Centre for Arts and Cultural Enterprise -
LCACE - and the University of Sussex







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