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ISEA2015: The 21st International Symposium on Electronic Art
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Monday, August 17 • 11:30am - 1:00pm
[Session 34] Interacting with Visual Art and Graphic Design

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Bill Manaris, Mallory Rourk and David Johnson. Diving into Infinity: A Motion-Based, Immersive Interface for M.C. Escher’s Works  [View Long Paper]

Kristine Diekman and Tony Allard.Drawing_in_the_Media_Stream [View Short Paper] 

Tara Elizabeth Cook. The Image Compressed  [View Short Paper]

Jonathan Hanahan and Jonathan Hanahan. From A-ha to Oh Shit: From Graphic Design to Glitch Design  [View Long Paper]

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Tony Allard

FOSSIL MEDIA
Tony Allard works from a trans-media perspective, which encompasses the hybridization of traditional and new mediums incorporated into static and time-based art works. Allard has presented his work internationally and it addresses such issues as the replacement of human vision with machine vision and most recently an artistic exploration of the life sciences and biotech industry’s directed evolution of the human species through genetic... Read More →
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Kristine Diekman

Director, Video in the Community
Kristine Diekman is an internationally known media artist committed to making socially integrated work. Her experimental films and new media installations are interview based, and strive to give voice to the populations and individuals whose life experiences might not otherwise be heard. Her work includes, "Corpse and Mirror", based on a monologue by performance artist Tony Allard about his father's institutionalization in a state mental... Read More →
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David Johnson

PhD Student, University of Victoria
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Bill Manaris

Professor, Computer Science & Director, Computing in the Arts, College of Charleston
Bill Manaris is a computer science researcher, educator, and musician. He is Professor of Computer Science, and Director of the Computing in the Arts program, at the College of Charleston, USA. His interests include computer music, human-computer interaction and artificial intelligence. He explores interaction design and modeling of aesthetics and creativity using statistical, connectionist, and evolutionary techniques. He designs systems for... Read More →


Monday August 17, 2015 11:30am - 1:00pm
Room 4945 Simon Fraser University (Goldcorp Centre for the Arts, 149 West Hastings Street, Vancouver, BC V6B 1H4, Canada)

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