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ISEA2015: The 21st International Symposium on Electronic Art
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Sunday, August 16 • 9:30am - 11:30am
[DP1] Demos and Posters with proceedings

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DEMONSTRATIONS:
Michael Kuetemeyer and Anula Shetty. Time Lens - Interactive Art project
Brad Tober. Colorigins: Disrupting Color Theory Pedagogy with a Tactile Color Mixing and Matching Game
Daniel Cermak-Sassenrath, Ayaka Okutsu and Stina Hasse.Electromagnetic Landscape – Very Disruptive Volcanos
Stahl Stenslie. Performing the Body and Space with Somatic Sound
Lisa Marie Patzer. aka Profile Glitch
Anna Lindemann and Eric Lindemann. Rhythm Zoo
Oksana Kryzhanivska, Simon Fay and Jeff Boyd. Disturbed System
Bozena Kaminska. Designing Nano-Media: How to Build a New Media Surface with Extraordinary Optical Effects and Data Storage at the Nano Scale
Davis & Davis. Hauling Ice

POSTERS:
Joan Truckenbrod. Coding to Create Art in 1975
Michaela Lakova. DEL?No, Wait!REW: The Impossibility of Authenticating Erasure
Anis Haron. Wave voxels: A volumetric representation of three dimensional lookup tables for sound synthesis.
Chiara Passa. Live sculpture
Joan Truckenbrod. Collaborative Disruption: Video vs Object vs Video
Ana Jofre. Anthropomorphic Things: Disrupting the Boundary Between Subject and Object
Wynnie Wing Yi Chung, Emily Ip, Sunmin Lee and Thecla Schiphorst. Repurposing Laughter in a Wearable Design for Social Interaction
Leslie Nobler. Disruption in ReconstructionKarin Guminski, Christoph Anthes and Marlene Brandstätter. Senseparation

Presenters
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Daniel Cermak-Sassenrath

ITU
Daniel Cermak-Sassenrath is Assistant Professor at the ITU, Copenhagen, and member of the Center for Computer Games Research. Daniel writes, composes, codes, reviews, builds and plays. He is interested in the interation between people, and in the interaction between people and machines/technical systems/non-technical systems: Artistic, educational and subversive approaches to and practices of play. He is running ITU's monthly workshop series... Read More →
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Wynnie Wing Yi Chung

Graduate Researcher, Simon Fraser University
Wynnie Chung is pursuing her Master of Arts at the School of Interactive Arts & Technology at Simon Fraser University. Her research interest surrounds the application of somatic based reflections towards designing quality in wearable embodied interaction. Her current research explores the use of somaesthetic reflection for wearable soft user interface design to enrich the somatic understanding of passenger’s in-flight emotional and mental... Read More →
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Davis & Davis

Davis & Davis
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Stina Hasse

PhD Fellow, University of Copenhagen
Stina Hasse is a practitioner and curator of digital art with a focus on the aesthetics of technologies, such as robots and feedback systems. | | She is conducting sonic experiments presented as installations, performances, workshops and talks and has exhibited and presented her work in places such as DIAS - Digital Interactive Art Space (DK), Wundergrund Festival (DK), BEAM festival (UK), Atelier Hotel Pro Forma (DK), Sound Through... Read More →
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Emily Ip

Graduate Student / Researcher, Simon Fraser University
Emily is currently a MA candidate at the School of Interactive Arts + Technology at Simon Fraser University. She is interested in the application of practical somaesthetic within bio-responsive wearable interface for awareness and reflection upon self’s state. Her current research focuses on affective haptic interface within wearable system to foster social richness in the mediated presence between parents and their baby.
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Ana Jofre

Ana Jofre received her PhD in Physics from the University of Toronto, did Post-doctoral work at NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology) in Gaithersburg MD, and taught -and did research - at the University of North Carolina in Charlotte for six years before transitioning her career towards the arts, completing a BFA during this time. She then completed her MFA at OCAD University in Toronto. Her publications and conference... Read More →
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Bozena Kaminska

Professor, SFU and NanoMedia Solutions
Dr. Bozena Kaminska is currently a Professor at Simon Fraser University's School of Engineering Science and a Canada Research Chair (Tier 1). She also serves as Director for NanoTech Security Corp. (TSX-V: NTS), and is Chair of the Board of Directors of CMC Microsystems. She is a Council (Board) Member of the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC). | Kaminska is a prolific inventor with major contributions to... Read More →
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Oksana Kryzhanivska

PhD Candidate, University of Calgary
Oksana investigates cross influencing of technology and art as a researcher and practicing artist. This practice inquires into tactile interaction with flesh-like objects in a form of aesthetic experience, encountered by the group of visitors. The artist strives to reestablish human sensory relationship with the current technology by examining the notion of aesthetic experience and sensation in sculpture. | Oksana’s artistic focus developed... Read More →
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Michael Kuetemeyer

Assistant Professor, Temple University
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Michaela Lakova

Independent artist
I am a visual artist and researcher currently based in Rotterdam, The Netherlands.
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Anna Lindemann

Evo Devo Artist
My work integrates multi-disciplinary art and biology. I combine digital and stop-motion animation, live and electronic music, video, and performance to explore the emerging field of Evo Devo (Evolutionary and Developmental Biology). I received an MFA in Integrated Electronic Arts from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and a BS in Biology from Yale University, and I have taught digital arts at Colgate University and University of Connecticut.
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Eric Lindemann

CEO, Synful
Eric Lindemann is an engineer, pianist, and composer. He is founder of Synful, raising the bar for expressive music synthesis. He led the design of the IRCAM Signal Processing Workstation (ISPW) for Pierre Boulez that was used in computer music facilities around the world. The ISPW included the first version of Max/MSP with real-time signal processing, developed by team member Miller Puckette. Eric Lindemann continues to collaborate with... Read More →
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Chiara Passa

media artist & lecturer
Artist/conceptualizer, professor. Studies: Artistic Lyceum, Fine Arts Academy of Rome where graduated; master in new audio-visual mediums at the Faculty of Modern Literature. Lived around. At the moment I’m living and working in Rome. My artwork combines different media as: internet-art projects, animations, interactive video-installations, digital art in public space as site-specific artworks and video-sculptures. I develop also... Read More →
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Lisa Marie Patzer

Director of Web Communications, University of Pennsylvania, Penn Wharton Public Policy Initiative
Lisa Marie Patzer earned her Master of Fine Arts degree in Film and Media Arts from Temple University. Her graduate research explored the influence new media technologies have on the individual and the public sphere. With the use of interactive sensors and physical computing devices, Ms. Patzer designed interactive video installations and online interactive narratives.
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Thecla Schiphorst

Professor, SFU
Dr. Thecla Schiphorst is Associate Director and Associate Professor in the School of Interactive Arts and Technology at Simon Fraser University in Vancouver, Canada. Her background in dance and computing form the basis for her research in embodied interaction, focusing on movement knowledge representation, tangible and wearable technologies, media and digital art, and the aesthetics of interaction. Her research goal is to expand the practical... Read More →
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Stahl Stenslie

Professor, Aalborg University
artist, curator and researcher in experimental media art a. His aesthetic focus is on that what challenges ordinary ways of perceiving the world. Through his practice he asks the questions we tend to avoid – or where the answers lie in the shadows of existence. Keywords of his practice are somaesthetics, unstable media, transgression and numinousness. The technological focus in his works is on the art of the recently possible – such as i... Read More →
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Brad Tober

Assistant Professor, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
My research focuses on speculative investigations of emerging and novel technologies in the interest of identifying potential relationships to design practice. In part, my work aligns with UK-based design firm Dunne & Raby’s concept of critical design, which is described as using "speculative design proposals to challenge narrow assumptions, preconceptions, and givens about the role [designed works] play in everyday life." The term... Read More →
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Joan Truckenbrod

Artist, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago
In my current work I am exploring environmental controversies and critical issues by activating an object with video imagery or narrative projected into it, that together address critical issues in the natural world. I have a one-person exhibition in November that will include four of these video sculptures examining contemporary problematic ecologies. | I have recently unpacked early computer drawings that I created beginning in 1975 using... Read More →


Sunday August 16, 2015 9:30am - 11:30am
Room 4210 Simon Fraser University (Goldcorp Centre for the Arts, 149 West Hastings Street, Vancouver, BC V6B 1H4, Canada)

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