EVA London 2018 Programme
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EVA London 2018 Symposium and Conference Day 1: Monday 9th July 2018 (BCS London)
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Symposium theme: States of Being: Art and Identity in Digital Space and Time (sponsored by Pratt Institute, New York)
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Venue: BCS London office – Chairs: Tula Giannini (Pratt Institute), Gareth Polmeer (RCA), Jonathan Bowen (LSBU)
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09.30RegistrationWilkes 1; SymposiumWilkes 2; Symposium/Conference
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10.00IntroductionConference Co-chairs: Jonathan Bowen, Graham Diprose, Nick Lambert, Jon Weinel
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10.10Plenary Session 1Chair: Tula Giannini
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10.10Tula Giannini, Pratt Institute, New York, USA: Introduction
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10.15Carla Gannis, Pratt Institute, New York, USA: An Artist, an AI, and an Alchemist Walk into a Bar…
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11.00Morning break
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11.30Session 2Chair: Jonathan BowenVirtual Space & Architecture
Chair: Lizzie Jackson
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11.30Jonathan Weinel, Aalborg University, Denmark: Altered States of Consciousness in Electronic Music and Audio Visual Media11.30 – Hannah Haasiahti and Tyler Henry: Cosmetic Space
11.50 – J.Kirk Irwin: Geo-locating Ruskin's Mornings in Florence and Jeanneret's 1907 Voyage Sketches and Watercolours
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12.15Jeremy Gardiner, Ravensbourne, London, UK:
The Geometry of the Coast
12.10 – Lindsay MacDonald et al: 3D Reconstruction in an Illumination Dome
12.30 – Robert Lisek: AIA Artificial Intelligence for art
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1.00Lunch break
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2.00Session 3Chair: Ian Willcock (for Gareth Polmeer)Art, Heritage & the Internet
Chair: Terry Trickett
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2.00Jonathan Kearney, Camberwell College of Art, London, UK:
Art Practice and Learning in Digital Time and Space: A dialogue of withness
2.00 – Lizzie Jackson: Co-Working: Partnership Strategies for Continuous Innovation
2.20 – Han Bao: Review of Chinese social media platforms focusing on Wechat in digital curating and cultural promotions
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2.45Bruce Wands, School of Visual Arts, New York, USA:
A Portrait of the Artist in the Digital Age
2.40 – Rameshnath Krishnasamy et al: Mixed Reality Game Using Bluetooth Beacons for Exhibitions
3.00 – Sean Clark: The Internet of Art Things
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3.30Afternoon break
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4.00Plenary Session 4Chair: Carla Gannis
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4.00Tula Giannini, Pratt Institute, New York, USA: Creating Art and Identity on the Internet: Digital Reality and States of Being
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4.45PANEL – all speakers
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5.30Symposium reception (sponsored by Pratt Institute)
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6.30Close of Symposium
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6.30V&A Digital Futures – Part I (separate event)
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9.00Close of Digital Futures
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Conference Day 2: Tuesday 10th July 2018 (BCS London)
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8.30Registration
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8.55Conference introduction
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9.00 – 10.20Plenary session (Wilkes 1 + 2): Digital Art & Conservation
Chair: Nick Lambert
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9.00Bruce Wands: 25 Years of Curating Digital Art 1993-2018
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9.20Graham Diprose et al: An Alternative Method of Very Long Term Conservation of Digital Images and their Historical Context for the Archive: University College, Oxford
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9.40Foteini Valeonti et al: Reaping the Benefits of Digitisation: Pilot Study Exploring Revenue Generation from Digitised Collections through Technological Innovation
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10:00Anna Olszewska: SENSTER 2.0: Social context of digital art curatorship
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10.20 – 11.0010.20Keynote speaker: Malcolm Garrett, UK: Not Merely Physical
Chair: Nick Lambert
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11.00 – 11.30Morning break
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Wilkes 1 + 2: Exhibitions
Chair: Jim Hemsley
Wilkes 3/4Stanley Gill
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11.30 – 12.3011.30Volker Kuchelmeister, Lily HIbberd, and Alex Davies: Affect and Place Representation in Immersive Media: The Parragirls Past, Present project
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11.50Katrin Wolf, Jens Reinhardt, and Markus Funk: Virtual Exhibitions: What do we win and what do we lose?
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12.10Esther Rolinson and Sean Clark: Drawing Structures and Light Movements
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12:30PANEL – Carla Gannis and Wolf Lieser: Digital Display: Making, Exhibiting and Preserving Digital Media-Based Art
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1.00 – 2.00Lunch break
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Wilkes 1 + 2: Digital Emotion
Chair: Jon Weinel
Wilkes 3/4: Research Workshop
Chair: Graham Diprose
Stanley Gill
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2.00 – 3.302.00Gretchen Andrew: Search Engine Art: Internet Imperialism and the image in context2.00 Eugenia Kim: Constructing a Dance Pathography: Integrating the Performing Arts, Multimedia and Digital Medical Humanities
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2.30Laura Dekker: An Architecture for an Expressive Responsive Machine2.20 – Jairo Zaldua and Nicola Green: Where do the imaginary friends go when their human creators grow up?
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3.00Paul O'Dowd: Materially Sensitive Drawing2.40 – Raffaella Folgieri and Francesco Soave: Brainwaves and Sound Synchronization in a Dance Performance
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3.00 – Elisavet Christou: Internet Art, Google and Artistic Practice
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3.30 – 4.00Afternoon break
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Wilkes 1 + 2: Algorithms
Chair: Jon Weinel
Wilkes 3/4: Research Workshop
Chair: Graham Diprose
Stanley Gill
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4.00 – 5.304.00Shing-Tai Pan, Chih-Hung Wu, Chen-Sen Ouyang, and Ying-Wei Lee: Emotion Recognition from Speech Signals by Using Evolutionary Algorithm and Empirical Mode DecompositionLiam Jefferies: Spectacle: How effective is mobile Augmented Reality as tool for the manifestation of dissent?
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4.20Rehan Zia: Rehan's Zone SystemBushra Burge: Enclothed cognition and embedded haptics with Virtual Reality for immersive storytelling
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4.40PANEL – Jonathan Bowen, Terry Trickett, Jeremy Green & Andy Lomas: Turing's Genius – Defining an apt microcosmOtniel Altamirano: Transmedia digital inclusion
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5.20Terry Trickett: Performance5.00 – Lydia Smolin:Who’s Watching?
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5.30Close
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6.00PANEL – Computer Arts Society – Nick Lambert and Sean Clark – CAS50 (separate event)
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Conference Day 3: Wednesday 11th July 2017 (BCS London)
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8.30Registration
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8.55Conference introduction
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9.00 – 10.40Plenary session (Wiles 1 + 2): Museums & Artists
Chair: Graham Diprose
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9.00Giuliano Gaia et al: Chatbots and new audience opportunities for museums
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9.20Tula Giannini and Jonathan P Bowen: Of Museums and Digital Culture: A landscape view
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9.40Anna Munster and Michele Barker: Moving Data: Artistic tendencies in visualising human and nonhuman movement
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10.00Aphra Shemza: It Starts with the Artist: Ensuring the Legacy of the Media Arts
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10.20 – 11.0010.20Keynote speaker: Cecile Waagner Falkenstrøm, UK: ARTificial Intelligence: From Frankenstein to FRANK
Chair: Graham Diprose
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11.00 – 11.30Morning break
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11.30 – 1.00Wilkes 1 + 2: Science & Art
Chair: Francesca Guerrera
Wilkes 3/4: Algorithmic Art
Chair: Terry Trickett
Stanley Gill
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11.30Maria Almena: Transcendence: How live performance art in combination with interactive technology can induce altered states of consciousness?Cristina Portugal (presented by Otniel Altamirano): Grumari: Digital story
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11.50Volker Kuchelmeister: The Virtual (Reality) Museum of Immersive ExperiencesDaniel Buzzo: Trans-territorial urban visualisation: A derive for the 21st century?
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12.10Feng-Ying Kim and Shin-Chieh Tzeng: Museum Wonderland: Creating Amazing Experiences for Visitors Beyond the limit of Time and SpaceAngela McArthur: Active Digital Listening: [re]Sounding Balloon
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12:30PANEL – Guy Armitage, Maria Almena, Aphra Shemza & Oliver Gingrich: FLUX Events: Current Trends in the Contemporary Media ArtsDario Srbic: (De)generative Art: Rules-transgressing Algorithms
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1.00 – 2.00Lunch break
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2.00 – 3.30Wilkes 1 + 2: Visualisation
Chair: Jim Hemsley
Wilkes 3/4: Demos
Chair: Francesca Guerrera
Stanley Gill
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2.00
Rod Dickinson: Fear Filter: Visualising the UK Terror Threat Level
2.00 – Nick Lambert et al: HoloDash: A holographic interface for autonomous vehicles and connected cars
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2.30David Pao et al: Electronic Medical Records: interface prototype demonstrates value of embedding clinical knowledge into visualisations2.20 – Ian Truelove: Ultra-Infra
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3.00Elke Reinhuber et al: The Scale of Immersion – Different viewing experiences exepmlified by the 360 video Secret Detours2.40 – Phil Shepherd: 3D Visual Thinking
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3.00 – Rehan Zia: Rehan's Zone System – Demo
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3.30 – 4.00Afternoon break
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4.00-5.15Wilkes 1 + 2: 3D Spaces
Chair: Christina Hemsley
Wilkes 3/4Stanley Gill
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4.00Yi Ji and Sean Clark: The Virtual Recreation of a Ming Dynasty Palou GatePerformance setup
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4.30PANEL – Julian Stadon, Ian Willcock & Nick Lambert: Towards a Transdisciplinary Method: Teaching and Research Practices in Immersive Spaces and Mixed Realities in Britain
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5,00EVA International Announcements
Chair and introduction: Jim Hemsley

- Eva Emenlauer: EVA Berlin
- Jeanette Zwingenberger & Bertrand Triboulot: EVA Paris
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5.30Close
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5.30Reception, Courtesy of BCS – The Chartered Institute for IT
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6.00Maria Almena: Transcendence Demo and Performance
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7.00Optional dinner in groups
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Conference DAY 4: Thursday 12th July 2018 (BCS London)
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8.30Registration
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8.55Conference introduction
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9.00 – 10.20Plenary session (Wiles 1 + 2): Interdisciplinary
Chair: Jonathan Bowen
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9.00Moshe Caine et al: The Riddle of the Crosses: The Crusaders in the Holy Sepulchre of Jerusalem
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9.20Luca M Damiani et al: Temporary shared machines: An open discussion, hacked
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9.40Paris Xyntarianos et al: Using design to support the creation of Street Art: a three-phase experiment supported by the DDArtS system
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