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ISEA2015: The 21st International Symposium on Electronic Art
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Monday, August 17 • 11:30am - 1:00pm
[Panel 10] E/M/D/L - European Mobile Dome Lab for Artistic Research

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This panel describes the activities and presents the outcomes of artistic research carried out on the EMDL European Mobile Dome Lab Project, an international collaboration funded by the European Culture Programme (Strand 1.3.5). E / M / D / L has built an international network for the exchange of artistic and technological expertise, with the goal of researching and docu-menting a language and grammar unique to the full-dome medi-um. Bringing together four European and three Canadian institu-tions and cultural partners, all leaders in this field, the project aimed to share and expand skills, methodologies, strategies and content within this promising creative vehicle. Between February 2014 and September 2015, the participants took part in eight resi-dencies and public presentations offered in five countries, where a mobile domic architectural structure equipped with cutting-edge technologies was set up. During these residencies, a series of artistic experiments were conducted for the purpose of investigat-ing certain aspects of the creative potential of the fulldome as a medium. This artistic research activities also led to a series of works which were presented in May 2015 at the world’s most sophisticated virtual theatre, the Satosphere in Montreal, Canada.

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Martin Kusch

Senior Artist and Artistic Researcher, Dept. Digital Art, University for Applied Arts Vienna, kondition pluriel / Artistic Co-Director
Martin Kusch studied art history, philosophy and painting in Berlin, and media arts with Peter Weibel at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna, where he has also been teaching since 1997. He is the project lead of the fulldome-lab at the Dept. for Digital Art, University of Applied Arts Vienna and director of the E/M/D/L project. Founder and artistic co-director of the Media performance group kondition pluriel, he is particularly interested in... Read More →
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Mike Phillips

Professor of Interdisciplinary Arts, i-DAT
Mike Phillips is Professor of Interdisciplinary Arts at Plymouth University ( School of Arts & Media, Faculty of Arts), the Director of Research at i-DAT.org and a Principal Supervisor for the Planetary Collegium. | | His R&D orbits a portfolio of projects that explore the ubiquity of data ‘harvested’ from an instrumentalised world and its potential as a material for revealing things that lie outside our normal frames of reference... Read More →
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Ruth Schnell

Professor and Head of Digital Art Department, University of Applied Arts Vienna
Ruth Schnell lives in Vienna. Her corpus of work, which includes video installations, interactive video environments, and light installations, explores the nature of human perception and the relationship between human perception and the human body. Ruth Schnell has been teaching at the University of Applied Arts Vienna since 1987; since 2010 she has been head of Digital Arts Department. Solo and group exhibitions include: Fourth Moscow Biennale... Read More →

Veronika Schnell

senior lecturer, university of Applied Arts Vienna
Veronika Schnell, senior lecturer for media art theory at the Digital Art department of the University of Applied Arts Vienna, head of the educational board for the Digital Art study program, studies in literature, film theory and psychology at the University of Innsbruck (A) ,University of Vienna (A) and at Sorbonne (Paris III and Paris VII), lecturer for several years at Sorbonne Paris IV and Ecole Centrale des Ingenieurs Paris... Read More →

Monday August 17, 2015 11:30am - 1:00pm
World Art, Room 2515 Simon Fraser University (Goldcorp Centre for the Arts, 149 West Hastings Street, Vancouver, BC V6B 1H4, Canada)

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