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ISEA2015: The 21st International Symposium on Electronic Art
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Tuesday, August 18 • 9:30am - 11:00am
[Session 17] Expanding Performance

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Christopher Bishop. Mashup Realities: Exploring Experience in Networked Interactive Environments for Dance [View Long Paper]

John Toenjes and M. Anthony Reimer. LAIT – The Laboratory for Audience Interactive Technologies: Don’t “Turn it Off” — “Turn it On!” [View Short Paper]

Jordan Vincent, Kim Vincs and John McCormick. ‘Splitting Centre’: directing attention in trans-media dance performance [View Short Paper]

Shannon Cuykendall, Michael Junokas, Mohammad Amanzadeh, David Kim Tcheng, Kyungho Lee, Yawen Wang and Guy Garnett. Translating Expression: Multimodal Analysis of Taiko Technique [View Short Paper]

Moderators
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Sarah Fdili Alaoui

University, SIAT
http://saralaoui.com/

Presenters
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Mohammad Amanzadeh

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
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Christopher Bishop

PhD student & Digital Designer/Developer, Monash University
Christopher Bishop is a digital designer. He is currently a PhD student at Monash University, Australia, researching UX design and movement-based interaction design in networked spaces. The PhD research investigates UX, including studying user behaviour, user flow, and prototyping. In 2005, he completed a Masters in Design Studies at Central St Martins University of the Arts, London. Christopher is a fellow of the RSA (Royal Society for the... Read More →
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Shannon Cuykendall

PhD Student, Simon Fraser University
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Michael J Junokas

Research Assistant, Illinois Informatics Institute
Michael J Junokas develops innovative, multi-platform systems that have the ability to gather, interpret, process, and control signals in live artistic performance. Through the exploration of these systems, he hopes to create immersive technological environments artists can use for their own creative pursuits.
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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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John Toenjes

Associate Professor, Music Director, Department of Dance, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
Dance and Computer Technology, Music for Concert Dance
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Jordan Vincent

Research Fellow, Deakin Motion.Lab
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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.
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Yawen Wang

Composer, Music Director, Interdisciplinary Artist, Asian Rain Werk inter/arts
Described by Colin Thomas of Vancouver's Georgia Straight as "a dancer at the keyboard", Yawen Wang is an all-terrain interdisciplinary performance artist crossing over music, dance and theatre. A genre-defying artist, Yawen has created a body of work in the realms of music composition, gallery installation, performance art, musical theatre, music for dance, radio play, and film. Her representative works include Urinetown, The Musical! (Jessie... Read More →


Tuesday August 18, 2015 9:30am - 11:00am
Room 4525 Simon Fraser University (Goldcorp Centre for the Arts, 149 West Hastings Street, Vancouver, BC V6B 1H4, Canada)

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