EVA London 2017 Programme
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EVA London Pre-Conference Symposium: Monday 10th July 2017, 10.00am – 17.45pm (BCS London)
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Symposium theme: Coded Communication: Digital Senses, and Aesthetics: Merging Life and Art
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Venue: BCS London office - Chairs: Tula Giannini (Pratt Institute), Gareth Polmeer (RCA), Jonathan Bowen (LSBU)
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09.30Registration
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10.00Introduction and chair: Gareth Polmeer
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Keynote speaker: Douglas Dodds (Victoria and Albert Museum) Engaging with Code: A V&A Perspective
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10.45Monika Parrinder (Royal College of Art) Unpicking the Seams: Cities, Networks and Communication
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11.15Coffee/tea break
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11.45Chair: Tula Giannini
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Chantal Faust (Royal College of Art) Swimming in the Shallows: The Scan, the Touch and the Surface
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12.15Gareth Polmeer (Royal College of Art) Digital Senses and the Autonomy of Art: Histories, Contexts and Possibilities
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12.45Buffet lunch break
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14.00Introduction and chair: Tula Giannini
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Keynote speaker: Brigitta Zics (Ravensbourne) Art in the Age of Experience
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14.45Carla Gannis (Pratt Institute) La Emoji Lujuria
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15.15Coffee/tea break
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15.45Chair: Jonathan Bowen
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Peter Patchen (Pratt Institute) From Atoms to Bits and Back Again: Finding Truth in Simulacrum
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16.15Tula Giannini (Pratt Instutute) Digital Art and Aesthetics: Transforming Museum Practice
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16.30Keynote speaker: Ross Parry (University of Leicester) Digital Literacy and the Postdigital Museum: Introducing the ‘One by One’ Project
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17.00Panel – all speakers
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17.45Reception
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19.00Close
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Day 1: Tuesday 11th July 2017 (BCS London)
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8.30Registration
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9.15Conference opening
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9.20 – 10.20Plenary session: Heritage (Wilkes 1 + 2)
Chair: Jonathan Bowen
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9.20Ann Borda and Jonathan Bowen. Smart Cities and Cultural Heritage – A Review of Developments and Future Opportunities (Paper, 84)
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9.40Julia Forrester-Sellers, Alfredo Velaso, Bob Pickering and J C Diaz. Classifying ancient west Mexican ceramic figures using three-dimensional modelling and machine learning (Paper, 94)
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10.00Xavier Aure and Paul O'Dowd. Generating 3D models of paintings through the combination of 2D, 3D and RTI data (Paper, 78)
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10.20 – 11.0010.20Keynote speaker: Kim Veltman. Perspective from Antiquity to the Present
Chair: Jim Hemsley
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11.00 – 11.30Morning break
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Wilkes 1: Books and Publishing
Chair: Jim Hemsley
Wilkes 2: Museums and Social Media
Chair: Francesca Guerrera
Wilkes 3/4: Big Data and Visualisation
Chair: Jon Weinel
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11.30 – 12.3011.30Marius Hug and Christian Mathieu. Meggendorfer online – Animating movable books (Paper & Demo, 65)Tula Giannini and Jonathan Bowen. Life in Code and Digits: When Shannon met Turing (Paper, 35)Steven Aishman. Live Demonstration of Using Big Data sources in Artistic Practice (Paper & Demo, 34)
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11.50Mario Gazziro, Candy Tenorio and João Paulo Gois. NUI-Marbling (Paper & Demo, 19)Nicole Graf. Crowdsourcing – The Real People behind the Crowd (Paper, 29)Sam Cottrell. Understanding Textual Uncertainty in Dates using Interactive Timelines (Paper, 85)
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12.10Graham Diprose, Gary Roberts and Amalia Toyas. Voices of the Savannah: An Innovative Approach to Self-Publishing (Paper, 25)Conni Rosewarne. Digital Agents: How can Museums Participate in Digital Activism and what are the Tensions therein? (Paper, 73)Joanna Gancarczyk and Anna Olszewska. Which entry is more similar? A non-linear visualization of query results in the image retrieval sequence. (Paper, 82)
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12.30 – 2.00Lunch break
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Wilkes 1: Research Workshop
Chair: Graham Diprose
Wilkes 2: Lumen Sonic
Chair: Nick Lambert
Wilkes 3/4: Demonstrations 1
Chair: Tom Ensom
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2.00 – 3.302.00Anastasia Tyurina. The Unseen Water: Experimentation with Scientific Photomicrography and Creative Coding (Paper, 64)Sean Clark and Esther Rolinson. Signal: A Systems-Based Creative Collaboration (Paper & Exhibition, 76)Athanasios Velios, Sebastian Faubel and Moritz Eberl. Artivity: Documenting Digital Art Practice (Demo, 50)
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2.20Fabio Morreale. Divesting Control to the Machine in Digital ArtBhakti Duran, Jinsil Seo and Brian Smith. Sonic City (Paper & Showreel, 102) - presented by Annie Sungkajun Frauke Zeller, David Harris Smith, John Eyles, Débora Silva de Jesus, Lauren Dwyer, Daven Bigelow and Emily Eyles. Virtual Worlds For Facilitating Urban Development Dialogue (Demo, 89)
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2.40Steven Aishman. Social Media Platforms as Artistic Medium (Paper, 33)Sama Mara and Lee Westwood. A Hidden Order - Exploring the relationship of music and art through geometry (Demo & Showreel, 59)Brendan Walker and Marianne Markowski. The Megafobia V-armchair Thrill-seeking Experience for Older Audiences – An Artistic Intervention at Age UK Barnet (Demo, 81)
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3.00Lozana Rossenova. Presentation and Contextualisation in the Online Archive of Internet ArtAnnie Sungkajun and Jinsil Hwaryoung Seo. Rainy Garden (Demo & Exhibition, 104)Sara Salevati and Steve Dipaola. Lucid Self: An Interactive AI Experience (Demo*, 9)
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3.30 – 4.00Afternoon break
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Wilkes 1: Research Workshop
Chair: Graham Diprose
Wilkes 2: Animation & VR
Chair: Eleanor Lisney
Wilkes 3/4: Demonstrations 2
Chair: Tom Ensom
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4.00 – 5.004.00Aphra Shemza. Public Interactive ArtAlan Dunning. The Errant Space – The Reshaping of Place through the Visualisation of Ambient Environmental Audio (Paper, 7)Naomi Dines. Precious, Tiny and Shiny: Close-range photogrammetry for artists and others (Demo, 87)
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4.20Enrico Pietrogrande, Alessandro Dalla Caneva and Nicola Sartorello. Visions of an imagined Venice suspended between memories and new possibilities (Paper, 79)Jinsil Hwaryoung Seo, Annie Sungkajun and Meghan Cook. inTouch Wearables: Aesthetics of Ambient Remote Touch in Child-Parent Relationships (Demo, 92)
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5.00Close of Day 1
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6.00Lumen Prize announcement of the Long List for 2017, at the Computer Arts Society Reception at Hackney House (separate free EventBrite booking required)
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Day 2: Wednesday 12th July 2017 (BCS London)
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8.30Registration
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9.15Conference opens
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9.20 – 10.20Plenary session: Music (Wilkes 1 + 2)
Chair: Graham Diprose
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9.20Sama Mara. Harmony, the Union of Music and Art (Paper, 61)
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9.40Florent Di Bartolo. Exploring the digital archives of Bourges’s Institute of Electroacoustic Music using interactive data visualizations and multi-agent systems (Paper, 42)
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10.00 – 11.0010.00Keynote speaker: Sean Rogg. Exploiting Trauma as an Artistic Medium
Chair: Carl Smith
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11.00 – 11.30Morning break
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11.30 – 12.30Wilkes 1: Virtual Art
Chair: Francesca Guerrera
Wilkes 2: Neuroscience and Therapy
Chair: Jim Hemsley
Wilkes 3/4: Demonstrations 3
Chair: Tom Ensom
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11.30Robyne Calvert. Ars Virtua: Reflections on a (Second) Life as a Curator of Virtual Art (Paper, 47)Kimberly Hobby and Kristin Carlson. Rehabilitating Experience: Designing an Aesthetic and Movement-Based Game for Physical Therapy Rehabilitation (Paper, 91)Chiara Passa. “Dimensioning 1,2, 3” (Demo, 1)
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11.50Paris Xyntarianos Tsiropinas, Kostas Bailas and Thomas Spyrou. The Process of Transferring a Draft Sketch from Small to Large Scale in order to Create Street Artworks: A Case Study Supported by the "DDArtS" System (Paper, 52)Augoustinos Tsiros. The Parallels Between the Study of Crossmodal Correspondence and the Design of Cross-Sensory Mappings (Paper, 109)Scott Kildall. Embodied Data and Digital Fabrication (Demo, 56)
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12.10Shannon Cuykendall, Prophecy Sun, Thecla Schiphorst and Steve Dipaola. A Framework for Hybrid Multimodal Interactive Performances: Exploring the Virtual, Physical, and the Space in Between (Paper, 54)Luca Margherita Damiani. Art, Design and Neurodiversity (Paper, 3)
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12.30 – 2.00Lunch break
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2.00 – 3.30Wilkes 1: Post-human Bodies and Generative Systems
Chair: Eleanor Lisney
Wilkes 2: Design
Chair: Graham Diprose
Wilkes 3/4: Virtual Perception & Demonstrations 4
Chair: Irini Papadimitriou
Stanley Gill
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2.00Birgitte Aga and Mike Phillips. ‘This is Where We Are’ - collectively living, working and being, with and through predictive algorithms (Paper, 14)Ian Willcock. Tools for Designing Experience: repurposing design resources for the emerging experience economy. (Paper, 43)Julian Hawkins. Paper To Screen Migration And It’s Possible Impact On Photography (Paper, 30)
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2.20Julian Stadon. Data Body Trader: Identity Augmentation and Post-Biological Organ Trade (Paper & Showreel, 88)Jonathan Michaels. Drawing out ideas: computer models, artworks and the generation of knowledge (Paper, 39)Steven Aishman. Live Demonstration of Using Big Data sources in Artistic Practice (Paper & Demo, 34)
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2.40Kristina Pulejkova. The Future Human, Exploring post human aesthetics through digital and immersive technologies (Paper & Showreel, 36)Cristina Portugal, Eliane Jordy, Ana Correia, Natalia Brunnet and Felipe Alram. Design and visual arts for digital literature (Paper, 28)Jim Bizzocchi, Arne Eigenfeldt, Philippe Pasquier, Jianyu Fan and Le Fang. "Berlin Remix" (Demo, 98)
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3.00Jon McCormack. Working with generative systems: An artistic perspective (Paper, 51)Carl H Smith et al. Natural Media (Paper, 108)
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3.30 – 4.00Afternoon break
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4.00-5.30Wilkes 1: Mapping Digital Art
Chair: Francesca Guerrera
Wilkes 2: Interdisciplinary Creativity
Chair: Jon Weinel
Wilkes 3: Demonstrations 5
Chair: Gareth Polmeer
Wilkes 4: Demonstrations 6
Chair: Carl Smith
Stanley Gill
Chair: Nick Lambert
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4.00Tom Jefferies and Jane Anderson. CityVerve Internet of Things Demonstrator : CityVerve Commissions : A Plinth for Manchester (Paper, 83)David Gibson, Matthew Pope and Adam Spry. Considerations for the design of composite 3D printed ‘intermediate level’ trumpets (Paper & Demo, 62)Victoria Szabo and Joyce Rudinsky. Psychasthenia 3: Dupes (Demo, 80)Mario Gazziro, Candy Tenorio and João Paulo Gois. NUI-Marbling (Paper & Demo, 19)Mentoring (Lumen Prize)
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4.20Kelly Hamilton. Mapping Spaces: Three-Dimensional Visualization and Design in Landscape Architecture (Paper, 106)Raffaella Folgieri, Ludovico Dei Cas, Dario Dei Cas, Maria Elide Vanutelli and Claudio Lucchiari. The Creative Mind – REBJ (Paper & Demo, 6)Joseph Norman. Dirty Nature: aesthetics and ecology in contemporary art and animation exploring the anthropocene. (Demo, 22)Marius Hug and Christian Mathieu. Meggendorfer online – Animating movable books (Paper & Demo, 65)
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4.40David Upton. The Portrait Machine: (Paper & Demo, 26)Sara Salevati, Ozge Nilay Yalcin, and Steve Dipaola. Engagement with AI through interactive communication models (Paper, 8)Anna Olszewska and Joanna Gancarczyk. Touchscreen User Interface Design for Content Based Image Retrieval (Demo, 75)Heidi Aishman. Curating in the Gap: Inhabiting the digital space (Demo*, 37)
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5.00Mieke Pfarr-Harfst and Marc Grellert. The Reconstruction - Argumentation Method. Proposal for a minimum standard of documentation in the context of virtual 3D reconstructions (Paper, 74)Terry Trickett. Ragatime: glimpses of Akbar's court at Fatehpur Sikri (Paper & Demo, 41)Ariel Caine. Computational, Spatial and DIY Aerial Photography: The case of “Unrecognized” Bedouin Villages in the Israeli Negev (Naqab) Desert (Demo, 68)
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5.45Reception, Courtesy of BCS - The Chartered Institute for IT
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7.30Conference dinner (separate registration required - organized by Carl Smith)
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DAY 3: Thursday 13th July 2017 (BCS London)
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8.30Registration
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9.15Conference opens
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9.20 – 10.20Plenary session - Lumen (Wiles 1 + 2)
Chair: Jonathan Bowen
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9.20Carla Gannis. The Augmented Selfie (Paper, demo & exhib, 72)
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9.40Rachel Ara. The Making Of A Digital (Master)Piece (Paper & exhib, 77)
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10.00Vicky Isley and Paul Smith. Artistic Interpretation of a Malaria Transmission Scenario (Paper, 23)
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10.20 – 11.0010.20Keynote speaker: Bruce Wands. The Engagement of Digital Art with Contemporary Art
Chair: Graham Diprose
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11.00 – 11.30Morning break
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11.30 – 12.30Wilkes 1: Imaging for Heritage
Chair: Jonathan Bowen
Wilkes 2: VR and Art
Chair: Graham Diprose
Wilkes 3: Demonstrations 7
Chair: Lizzie Jackson
Wilkes 4: Demonstrations 8
Chair: Christina Hemsley
Stanley Gill
Chair: Carl Smith
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11.30J. Kirk Irwin. Within the Medieval Perspectival Image: New Methods Old Art (Paper, 67)Aynur Kadir, Kate Hennessy, Ozge Yalcin and Steve Dipaola. Virtual Transcendance: An Interactive Immersive Media Installation of Sufi Dhikr Ritual (Paper & Demo, 99)David Upton. EVA London 2017: The Portrait Machine: (Paper & Demo, 26)Terry Trickett. Ragatime: glimpses of Akbar's court at Fatehpur Sikri (Paper & Demo, 41)Carl H Smith, Jazz Rasool, Nick Lambert, Robert Pepperell, Alistair Burleigh, Tony Langford and Kim Veltman. Natural Media Workshop (Workshop 111)
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11.50David Saunders, Richard Collmann and Ann Borda. Reflectance Transformation Imaging and ImageJ: Comparing imaging methodologies (Paper, 57)Irene Brown. View to the Past (Paper & Demo, 40)Jing Zhou. Through the Aleph: A Glimpse of the World in Real Time (Demo, 31)Raffaella Folgieri, Ludovico Dei Cas, Dario Dei Cas, Maria Elide Vanutelli and Claudio Lucchiari. The Creative Mind – REBJ (Paper & Demo, 6)
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12.10Chris Rowland and Kari Hyttinen. Photogrammetry in Depth: Revealing HMS Hampshire (Paper, 58)Meehae Song and Steve Dipaola. Framework for Bio-Responsive VR for Interactive Real-time Environments and Interactives (Paper & Demo, 95)Liam Jefferies. It would be a pleasure: Augmented reality and engagement in a heritage context. (Demo, 96)David Gibson, Matthew Pope and Adam Spry. Considerations for the design of composite 3D printed ‘intermediate level’ trumpets (Paper & Demo, 62)
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12.30 – 2.00Lunch break
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2.00 – 3.30Wilkes 1: Internet Art
Chair: Lizzie Jackson
Wilkes 2: 3D Immersion & Moving Images
Chair: Ziva Ljubec
Wilkes 3: Demonstrations 9
Chair: Christina Hemsley
Wilkes 4: Lumen Demos
Graham Diprose
Stanley Gill
Chair: Carl Smith
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