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ISEA2015: The 21st International Symposium on Electronic Art
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Sunday, August 16 • 11:30am - 1:00pm
[Panel 3] Waves of Technology: The Hidden Ideologies of Cognitive Neuroscience and the future production of the Iconic

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This panel will create a picture of, then interrogate the tsunami-like effect of the expanding capabilities of moving-image capture and display and place this within a reading of history that proposes that technology comes upon us insistently like waves upon the beach - and that this situation is of our making for a very specific reason that the panel will explore.

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Terry Flaxton

Professor of Cinematography and Lens Based Arts, University West of England
I am Terry Flaxton, director of the Centre for Moving Image Research at the University of the West of England. For thirty years I have been an artist and professional cinematographer (having made my first student film in 1971 and 1st Video in 1976) – in my DoP period I shot for Apple during the launch of the Mac (1984, Ridley Scott’s commercial), I shot ‘Out of Order’ the third ever electronically captured movie for theatrical... Read More →
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Leon Gurevitch

Deputy Head of School, Victoria University of Wellington
I am Deputy Head of the School of Design at at Victoria University of Wellington. I am currently a Royal Society Research Scholar and Senior Lecturer of Photographics and Computational Culture. My research ranges from digital image production and consumption cultures to new media, ecomedia, energy and audiovisual culture. My current research project is a three year study of digital image industry work cultures. Prior to taking up my current post... Read More →
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Charlotte Humpston

Maker & Producer, Visualfields
Charlotte Humpston is a visual artist experimenting with the interplay between painted surfaces and projected images. She creates artworks that experiment with the materiality of things and their representation in both the real world and the representational world. Her latest artworks 'Moving Paintings’ are a combination of surface texture and projected films and have been described as ‘ dreamlike, mesmeric and contemplative... Read More →

Sunday August 16, 2015 11:30am - 1:00pm
Room 4320 Simon Fraser University (Goldcorp Centre for the Arts, 149 West Hastings Street, Vancouver, BC V6B 1H4, Canada)

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