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ISEA2015: The 21st International Symposium on Electronic Art
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Tuesday, August 18 • 4:00pm - 5:30pm
[Session 8] Exploring Culture through Visualization and Interaction

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Geoff Hinchcliffe. DaDa Visualisation [View Short Paper]

Jing Zhou. Living Mandala: The Cosmic of Being [View Short Paper]

Scott Hessels. Too Big To See: The Need for Design Strategies to Visualize Multiple Spatiotemporal Datasets [View Short Paper]

Paula Levine and William Hsu. City to City [View Long Paper]

Yara Guasque. Reopening the inscription Rodrigo Arteaga, from the inscription to the phenomenon [View Short Paper]

Moderators
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Bonnie Mitchell

Secretary, ISEA International

Presenters
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Yara Guasque

Retired Associate Professor, Udesc
Non affiliated artist and independent researcher
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Scott Hessels

Associate Professor, School of Creative Media
Scott Hessels (b. 1958) is an American filmmaker, sculptor and media artist based in Hong Kong. His artworks span different media including film, video, online, music, broadcast, print, kinetic sculpture, and performance. His films have shown internationally and his new media installations have been presented in museum exhibitions focusing on technology as well as those presenting fine arts. His recognitions include patents for developed... Read More →
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Geoff Hinchcliffe

Head of Creative Production, University of Canberra
I'm at the University of Canberra where I head up a department broadly concerned with digital design and media production - Media Arts, Graphic Design, Front-End Web, Film Production. With colleagues @mtchl and @wragge I contribute to the Digital Treasures research program where we explore new opportunities for accessing and representing rich digital cultural collections. My creative practice focuses on data viz, dynamic design, and interface... Read More →
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William Hsu

Associate Professor, San Francisco State University
I work with electronics and real-time animation systems. I am interested in real-time performance systems that have some of the live, tactile qualities of good human musicians playing acoustic instruments, and the non-linear behavior of natural systems. My work mostly involves using gestural interfaces to control animation and sound synthesis, and building real-time audio-visual systems that interact with human performers. I've built systems... Read More →
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Paula Levine

Artist/Professor, San Francisco State University
Paula Levine is an artist working with locative technologies, cartography and digital media. Current work explores spaces between information and experience using networks, public spaces and mobile tools. Her work has shown nationally and internationally, most recently at San Jose’s Zero1 Garage, The Curitiba International Biennial and in unplace: a museum without a place. Her essay, On Common Ground: Here as There, is a chapter in The Mobile... Read More →
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Jing Zhou

Associate Professor, Monmouth University
http://www.jingzhoustudio.net


Tuesday August 18, 2015 4:00pm - 5:30pm
Studio T, Room 2240 Simon Fraser University (Goldcorp Centre for the Arts, 149 West Hastings Street, Vancouver, BC V6B 1H4, Canada)

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