EVA London 2019 Programme
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EVA London 2019 Symposium and Conference Day 1: Monday 8th July 2019 (BCS London)
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Symposium theme: Art, Music, Museums, and Digital Culture - New constructs and consciousness
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Venue: BCS London office – Chairs: Tula Giannini (Pratt Institute), Jonathan Bowen (LSBU)
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09.30RegistrationWilkes 1&2: Symposium/ConferenceWilkes 3&4: Research Workshop
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10.00IntroductionConference Co-chairs: Jonathan Bowen, Graham Diprose, Nick Lambert, Jon Weinel
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10.10Plenary Symposum Session 1Symposium Chairs: Jonathan Bowen & Tula Giannini
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10.10Tula Giannini: Introduction to the Symposium
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10.15Rachel Ara, Independent Artist (recently Artist in Residence at the V&A), London, UK:
What do Digital Artists do All Day?
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11.00Morning break
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11.30Symposium Session 2Wilkes 1&2: Symposium
Chairs: Jonathan Bowen & Tula Giannini
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11.30Andy Lomas, Goldsmiths, London, UK:
Morphogenesis – Working with unruly systems
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12.15Judith Siefring, Bodleian Libraries, University of Oxford.UK:
Manuscripts and Archives, Maps and Music – Challenges of putting cultural heritage collections online
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1.00Lunch break
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2.00Conference Session 1Wilkes 1&2: Digital Culture
Chair: Francesca Guerrera
Wilkes 3&4: Research Workshop Session 1
Chair: Graham Diprose
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2.00Renato Saleri: Digital generative tools for restitution and mediationEmma Dutton: Algorithmic Intimacies
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2.20Giuliana Gaia, Stefania Boiano and Ann Borda: Participatory innovation and prototyping in the cultural sectorLeticia Crespillo: 3D modeling and Virtual Reality as a cataloguing alternative of light enviroments and their application in museums
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2.40Tula Giannini and Jonathan Bowen: Art and Activism at Museums in a Postdigital WorldKazmir Bielecki: DYSPLA – The Neurodivergant Aesthetic
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3.00Maribel Hidalgo Urbaneia: Narrative Interfaces: Temporality and spatiality in art museums’ online resources
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3.20Afternoon break
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4.00Conference Session 2Wilkes 1&2: Visual Patterns
Chair: Sarah McDaid
Wilkes 3&4: Research Workshop Session 2
Chair: Graham Diprose
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4.00Esther Rolinson and Sean Clark: Sensory Drawing DataChrissy Pretious-Cooney: Encoded Object - Digital Materiality
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4.20Naomi Dines and Dom Biddulph: Creative Reverse EngineeringLydia Smolin: Re-imagining the Familiar: Data Visualization in Environmental Art
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4.40Ashley St.Aubin: Being a Bystander in a Global WindstormHan Bao: Review of Chinese social media platforms focusing on Wechat in digital curating and cultural promotions
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5.00Blair Zaye: Awe, Wonderment and the Ominous: The Crossroad of Art, Science, Technology and the Spiritual
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5.20Graham Diprose: Summing up
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5.30Reception (courtesy of the BCS)
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6.00Museums and Digital Culture book launch
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7.00Close
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Conference Day 2: Tuesday 9th July 2019 (BCS London)
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8.45Registration
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9.15Conference introduction
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9.20 – 10.20Plenary session (Wilkes 1&2): Enhancing the Past
Chair: Nick Lambert
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9.20Graham Diprose and Amalia Toyas: A 21st Century Victorian Family Album
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9.50Sean Clark: The CAS50 Exhibition and Collection
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10.20 – 11.0010.20Keynote speaker: Jasia Reichardt – Robots and Art from 1960s to the Present
Chair: Nick Lambert
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11.00 – 11.30Morning break
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Wilkes 1&2: Robotic Drawing
Chair: Aphra Shemza
Wilkes 3&4
Workshop
Stanley Gill
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11.30 – 12.3011.30Paris Xyntarianos Tsiropinas, Kostas Bailas and Thomas Spyrou: Photon Painter - a robotic device that transfers drawingsJessica Fiorini and Nick Hubbard:
Attaining Content and Engagement Symbiosis
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11.50Paul O'Dowd: A robot that draws and shades with tactile force feedback
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12.10Verity Winslow and Paul O'Dowd: Robotic Etching
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12:30Jack Tait: Near chaos in graphic drawings from analogue machines
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1.00 – 2.00Lunch break
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Wilkes 1&2: Art and New Technology
Chair: Jonathan Bowen
Wilkes 3&4: Diverse Approaches
Chair: Christina Hemsley
Stanley Gill
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2.00 – 3.302.00Philip Galanter: Artificial Intelligence and Problems in Generative Art TheoryChris Wright: Listening to Urban Space
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2.20Daniel Buzzo: Signs of Surveillanc - a multi-modal creative projectBrad Miller: Being Watched - Playing the Surveillance Game
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2.40Laura Dekker: Emergence in the Expressive MachineZachary Buckley: Tackling the issue of Student Debt through Data Sonification
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3.00Karen Bosy and Cristina Portugal: Multiple means of expression made available by digital media
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3.30 – 4.00Afternoon break
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Wilkes 1&2: New Art Interfaces
Chair: Jon Weinel
Wilkes 3&4: Museums and Collections
Chair: Sarah McDaid
Stanley Gill
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4.00 – 5.404.00Clare Harding and Sue Liggett: What do audiences want from a public art gallery in a digital age?Sarah Janes: INANNA - The Technology of Myth
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4.20Ian Truelove: This is Not a Pixel: building trust in digital art through the blockchainRameshnath Krishnasamy: Game-guided Exhibitions on Personal Mobile Devices
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4.40Terence Quinn: Making the absent object present: Towards a holographic Museum of Modern ArtBokani Tshizu: Cultural Archiving through Computational Generative African Print Tapestry
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5.20Lila Moore: Tombs and Reels of Consciousness - Ritualistic artefacts and Virtual Reality
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5.40Reception (courtesy of CAS)
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6.00Event Two preview exhibition
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8.30Close
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Conference Day 3: Wednesday 10th July 2019 (BCS London)
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8.45Registration
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9.15Conference introduction
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9.20 – 10.20Plenary session (Wilkes 1&2)
Chair: Graham Diprose
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9.20Lindsay MacDonald, Taylor Bennett, Christopher Ramsey and Charles Crowther: New RTI Technology for Paleaography (+Demo)
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9.50Oliver Gingrich, Urszula Tymoszuk, Evgenia Emets, Alain Renaud and David Negrao: KIMA The Voice - Participatory Art as Means for Social Connectedness (+Demo)
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10.20 – 11.0010.20Keynote speaker: Daniela de Paulis – Media Artist and Trained Radio Telescope Operator – Project Cogito
Chair: Graham Diprose
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11.00 – 11.30Morning break
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11.30 – 1.00Wilkes 1&2: Augmented Artworks
Chair: Nick Lambert
Wilkes 3&4:
Workshop
Stanley Gill
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11.30Chris Strasbaugh: How We Harnessed the Potential of UAV Imagery in the Classroom Through VRCarl Smith:
Context Craft
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11.50Christian Tilt, Stephanie Moran and Alexander Hogan: Visual Democratisation: AR and the Underpass Festival
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12.10Joseph Robson and Felix Dodd: Augmenting the Power of Artwork through a Virtual Reality Partnered Piece
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12:30Ralf Schäfer, Martin Papirowski, Johanna Leissner, Oliver Shreer and Christian Weißig: Virtual Heritage Expo (+Demo)
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1.00 – 2.00Lunch break
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2.00 – 3.30Wilkes 1&2: Extended Reality
Chair: Carl Smith
Wilkes 3&4: Wearables and Interactive
Chair: Catherine Maffioletti
Stanley Gill
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2.00Carl H Smith and Jay Cousins: XR for XR - Context CraftAnna Nazo: Purple, Phasing
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2.20Kenneth Feinstein: Being-with Media - Encountering image in physical spaceRoz McNulty: Future Applications of Digital Clothing for Historical Costume
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2.40Verda Munir, David Lyons and Euan Dempster: Innovative strategies for 3D Visualisation using Photogrammetry and 3D scanning for mobile phonesKyungho Lee: Misplaced Euphoria: Developing Kinesthetic Empathy through Interactive Performance (Demo)
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3.00Robert Pepperell, Alistair Burleigh and Tony Langford: FOVO - a flexible real time environment for manipulating the geometry of 3D content (+Demo)Jack Nissan, Yann Seznec and Luci Holland: Room to Play (Demo)
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3.30 – 4.00Afternoon break
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4.00-5.20Wilkes 1& 2: Chinese Connections
Chair: Sean Clark
Wilkes 3&4: Remote Access
Chair: Nick Lambert
Stanley Gill
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4.00Eugenia Kim: Ghost in the Virtual Reality - Translating the human essence with motion captured danceMaureen Kendal, Mehmet Mulla, and Elaine Thomazi-Freitas: How artists can develop their artwork, its market; and deliver their creative content for Virtual Reality environments?
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4.20Eugenia Kim and Feixuan Xu: Bringing the Tangible into the Virtual - preserving the human-silkworm collaborationLuca M. Damiani: Hyperacusis Hacks: Media Design Ethnographic Processing
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4.40Yisi Xue, Yarong Deng and Junming Liang: An interactive display form for Chines ink and wash paintingJeremy Pilcher: Art, the Law and Unstable Corporate Identities
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5.00Ting Liang and Xiaoying Tang: YUE Virtual Park - Multi-sensory cultural products
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5.20Huan Fan: The New “Theatricality” in Performance and Media Arts (Demo)
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5.40Reception (courtesy of EVA London)
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6.30China Cultural Evening
Chair: Sean Clark
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6.30Sean Clark, Yi Ji, Xiaoying Tang, and Hai Fang: East Meets West: UK/China Creative Collaborations
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6.50Panel discussion (Panel chair: Sean Clark)
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8.00Close
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Conference DAY 4: Thursday 11th July 2019 (BCS London)
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8.45Registration
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9.15Conference introduction
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