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Joel Slayton on Tue, 25 Apr 2006 05:03:30 +0200 (CEST)


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ISEA2006 Symposium Papers Online Forum.  
April 24th – May 29th.

 

ISEA2006 is taking place in San Jose, California, August 7-13. See http://01sj.org for more information about the Symposium and related ZeroOne San Jose Festival.

 

Beginning Monday, April 24th, ISEA2006 will host a month long series of discussions on the accepted paper abstracts for each of the Symposium themes:  Interactive City, Community Domain, Pacific Rim and Transvergence. See http://01sj.org/content/blogcategory/138/147/ for an overview.

 

An important objective to ISEA2006 is enabling conversation and discourse between audience(s) and presenters.  Toward that objective this years ISEA incorporates a single main track of presentations + artists presentations combined with a pre-publishing model.  The reading of papers is not permitted.  Instead authors will present their abstracts in the on-line Forum and then pre-publish full manuscripts weeks prior to the Symposium.  The goal is to inform and influence both authors and audiences as well as create conversational relationships and provide for advanced consideration of topics to be presented at the Symposium.  At ISEA2006 each theme will have two extended ‘conversational’ sessions in which several authors present summaries of their papers followed by a moderated conversation and audience interaction.

 

An important role in the Symposium and Forum is that of the Moderator. We have invited a group of prestigious Moderators who will facilitation of individual sessions of the Online Forum and Symposium.

 

Interactive City: Anthony Burke
Community Domain: Sara Diamond
Transvergence: TBA
Community Domain: Alice Ming Wai Jim
Transvergence: Wendy Chun
Pacific Rim: Amanda McDonald Crowley

 

The ISEA2006 Papers Forum, April 24nd to May 22nd begins with Interactive City. Beginning with Interactive City, abstracts for each of the Symposium themes will be presented in a series of open public discussions. 

 

Interactive City paper titles and authors:

 

Mirjam Struppek, Urban Screens
Tapio Mäkelä, Ars Memorativa in the Interactive City
Alison Sant, Redefining the Basemap
From Scenography to Planetary Network for Shanghai 2010

 

Each week introduces a new theme and abstracts for consideration.

 

Forum Schedule and Moderators:
 
Transvergence  1:  May 1-May 7
Moderator:  TBA
 
Gheorghe Dan and Alisa Andrasek: Phylotic BodayScapes / Entheogenic Gardens Poly-Scalar Heterotopic Botany

Oron Catts and Ionat Zurr, Towards a New Class of Being-The Extended Body

Josephine Bosma, Voice and Code: From spoken word and song to writing music to code
 
Community Domain 1: May 8-14
Moderator: Sara Diamond
 
Trebor Scholz, The Participatory Challenge: Incentives for Online Collaboration

 

Valentina Nisa, Mads Haahr and Ian Oakley, Community Networked Tales: Stories and Place of a Dublin Neighborhood: The Media Portrait of Liberties

 

Kevin Hamilton, Absence in Common: An Operator for the inoperative Community
 
Community Domain 2: May 8-14
Moderator:  Alice Ming Wai Jim
 
Joline Blais, Indigenous Domain:  Beyond the Commons and Other Colonial Paradigms

 

Sharon Daniel, Public Secrets: Information and Social Knowledge

 

Mara Traumane, Media Referentiality: “Productive “ Knowledge Networks in Experimental Arts
 
Transvergence 2: May 15-21
Moderator: Wendy Chun
 

Steve Anderson, Coming to Terms with the Digital Avant Garde

Jon Ippolito and Joline Blais, Art as Antibody: A redefinition of art for the Internet Age

Ned Rossiter, Organized Networks as New Institutional Forms              

 

Pacific Rim : May 22-29
Moderator: Amanda McDonald Crowley

 

Timothy Murray, Chinese Archival Futures

*additional Pacific Rim participants to be announced. 

 

Please join us for a lively and informative discussion.

 

For more information on Paper Authors and the Symposium:  http://01sj.org/content/blogcategory/135/144/ <http://01sj.org/content/blogcategory/135/144/> .

 


Joel Slayton, Chair ISEA2006/ZeroOne San Jose
Steve Dietz, Director ISEA2006/ZeroOne San Jose

 

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ISEA2006 Symposium

 

The 2006 edition of the internationally renowned ISEA Symposium will be held August 7-13, 2006, in San Jose, California in conjunction with the inauguration of ZeroOne San Jose: A Global Festival of Art on the Edge, a milestone festival to be held biennially.

 

The 13th International Symposium on Electronic Art (ISEA2006) focuses on the critical, theoretical and pragmatic exploration of four important themes <http://01sj.org/content/blogcategory/105/30/> : Transvergence <http://01sj.org/content/blogcategory/26/71/> , Interactive City <http://01sj.org/content/blogcategory/23/68/> , Community Domain <http://01sj.org/content/blogcategory/24/69/>  and Pacific Rim <http://01sj.org/content/blogcategory/25/70/>

 

What tactics, issues and conceptual practices expose or inform the distinctions of these subject terrains relating to contemporary art practice? What analyses illuminate art practice engaged with new technical and conceptual forms, functions and disciplines; provide for innovative tactical implementations of cultural production involving urbanity, mobility, community and locality; examine the roles and responsibilities of corporations, civic and cultural organizations, discuss strategic and economic planning as it relates to creative community; serve to expose new portals of production and experience; provide for interpretive bridges between cultures and identities; and provide for provocative examination of contemporary political and economic conditions? How is new media art practice re-shaping the world?

The ISEA2006 Symposium is an international platform for artists, cultural producers, media theorists, curators and the general public to share the latest ideas and practices involving new media. Enabling discourse across disciplines, ideologies and philosophical frameworks is an important objective as is the facilitation of discussion and conversation. Audience participation is facilitated through expanded moderated sessions, an afternoon Poster Session/Reception and through an on-line forum featuring the pre-published abstracts and papers.
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