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ISEA2015: The 21st International Symposium on Electronic Art
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Tuesday, August 18 • 4:00pm - 5:30pm
[Session 28] Generation and Human Factors

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David Cotterrell and Jordan Kaplan. Ostrich Effects [View Short Paper]

Simon Laroche and Etienne Grenier. Projet EVA - Subservient Techno for Subservient Minds [View Short Paper]

Carl Diehl and Lindsey French. Antonymic Exchange [View Short Paper]

John McCormick, Steph Hutchison and Kim Vincs.Emergent behaviour: learning from an artificially intelligent performing software agent [View Short Paper]

Steph Hutchison, John McCormick and Kim Vincs. Meta: Notes from a Dancer From Inside a Duet with an AI Agent. [View Long Paper]

Moderators
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Arne Eigenfeldt

Professor, Music and Technology, Simon Fraser University|Vancouver|BC|Canada
Arne Eigenfeldt is a composer of acoustic and electroacoustic music, and is an active software designer. His music has been performed throughout the world, and his research in intelligent music systems has been published and presented in international conferences. He teaches music and technology at SFU’s School for the Contemporary Arts, is a co-director of the Metacreation Lab, and is a founding partner of Metacreative Technologies... Read More →

Presenters
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David Cotterrell

Professor of Fine Art, Sheffield Hallam University
David Cotterrell is an installation artist working across media and technologies to explore the social and political tendencies of a world at once shared and divided. | | The practice is typified by an interest in intersection: whether fleeting encounter or heavily orchestrated event, Cotterrell’s works explore the human condition and the breaks or nuances that can lead to a less ambiguous understanding of the world they inhabit... Read More →
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Carl Diehl

Extending the function of metaphors, puns, neologism and other linguistic devices into new contexts, Carl Diehl moves between genres and across media, pursuing new paths of inquiry into the history and social practice of technology. Together with Lindsey French he is developing the Antonymic Exchange, an idiosyncratic approach to algorithmic literacy. In Portland, he coordinates monthly meetings of HTML ( Hundred Thousand Million... Read More →
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Lindsey French

Lecturer, School of the Art Institute of Chicago
Lindsey French is a Chicago-based artist and educator. Engaging in gestures of communication with landscapes and the nonhuman, her work spans a variety of media including video, performance, audio sculpture, and generative literature. French has exhibited and presented work at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago, the Chicago Cultural Center, the Pico House Gallery at El Pueblo de Los Angeles Historical Monument in Los Angeles, and in... Read More →
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Etienne Grenier

Co-Director / Artist, Projet EVA
Etienne Grenier stems from the realm of digital art and culture. His activities as a multimedia designer lead him to collaborate with multiple partners in the fields of architecture, theatre, dance, lighting and video. As a co-founder of the Projet EVA collective, he explores the notions of diminished reality, totalitarian interactivity and percepts deprogramming within the context of transgressive installations and performances. His interest for... Read More →
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Steph Hutchison

PhD Candidate & Artist-Researcher, Deakin Motion.Lab
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Simon Laroche

Co-Founder, Projet EVA
Artist & teacher. | I make robotics, video and audio work. | I like to include humans in artworks too. | laroche.projet-eva.org
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John McCormick

Deputy Director, Deakin Motion.Lab
John McCormick is an artist whose interests include electronic performance, interactive installation, machine learning for interaction and robot performance. John is deputy director of the Deakin Motion.Lab and also works with the Centre for Intelligent Systems Research at Deakin University in Melbourne, Australia
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Kim Vincs

Director, Deakin Motion.Lab
I direct the Deakin Motion.Lab, in Melbourne, Australia. Motion.Lab is a movement, art and technology research centre working across the intersections between movement practice and technologies such as motion capture, AR, VR, haptics and robotics. | | I am a choreographer and interactive artist, and a Professor at Deakin University.


Tuesday August 18, 2015 4:00pm - 5:30pm
Room 4270 Simon Fraser University (Goldcorp Centre for the Arts, 149 West Hastings Street, Vancouver, BC V6B 1H4, Canada)

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