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ISEA2015: The 21st International Symposium on Electronic Art
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Monday, August 17 • 11:30am - 1:30pm
[DP4] Demos and Posters: Disruption: Body, Embody + Perform

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DEMONSTRATIONS:
Azadeh Emadi. Motion within Motion: pixel, frame, body
Tatsuya Ishikawa. Where Virtual Image is Formed
Marten Berkman. Remote Sensibility: the ecology of perception
Thomas Defrantz. The Weight of Ideas: Demonstration of Kinect Interface
Cynthia Naggar. They watched the sea! (ills ont regardé la mer!)
Judith Doyle. GestureLab: Workshop as Case Study
Jennifer Mawby. @Xcerpt - an experimental social media narrative project
Suzi Webster. Electric Heart

POSTERS:
Sarah Lahti and Jesse Gonzalez. Decoration as a Form of Disruption
Josephine Starrs and Leon Cmielewski. The Future is Unmanned
Laurel Terlesky and Laurel Terlesky. Intersubjectivity of Touch through the installation project, Hallowed Winds
Francois-Joseph Lapointe. Big Data/ Big Problem (The Making of "Artist's Shit 2.0") 
Aina Braxton and Kaylin Norman-Slack. Movement and Sound: a Pathway to Increasing Immersion in Digital Environments
Erik Zepka. Artist's work

Presenters
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Marten Berkman

independent artist, planet zog studio
Remote Sensibility is the theme of my artistic practice in the subarctic where I live. Using parameters of stereo 3D imaging to compel a sense of presence in place, and software and sensors to reflect viewers in the landscapes they observe but may never know first hand, I wish to disrupt duality inherent in imaging of the earth. Using technology as a reflection of our nature, I am exploring how we see the rest of nature, and our relationship with... Read More →
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Aina Braxton

Program Manager, University of Washington, Bothell
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Judith Doyle

Associate Professor, OCAD University
Judith Doyle is an artist working with film, new media and installation. At OCAD University, she is an Associate Professor in Integrated Media. Her collaboration with Beijing-based artist Fei Jun as GestureCloud considers gesture and labour in physical and virtual conditions. Their installation RunTime is currently tours in the Biennial of the Moving Image 2015 in Beijing and Frankfurt. PointCloud: Crow Panel will be presented as an event at the... Read More →
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Azadeh Emadi

From the intersection between Western and Persian Islamic cultures, my research and practice examine the materiality of digital video and its potentialities in relation to real-life events and socio-political issues. I am interested in crossovers between classical Persian-Islamic art and philosophy and Western process philosophies; the relationship between minimal parts in digital media (e.g. pixels) and social units (e.g. individuals... Read More →
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Tatsuya Ishikawa

Tokyo University of the Arts
Video artist, programmer, and performer. Creating art performances and short films based on the theoretical background of mathematics and physics. Recent works include a performance using a kinect, a short film using cycloid curves, an application using an algorithm for the traveling salesman problem, etc. | Studying at Graduate School of Film and New Media, Tokyo University of the Arts, Japan.
avatar for Sarah Lahti

Sarah Lahti

Associate Professor CACE, Zayed University
Fine Art | New Media
avatar for Josephine Starrs

Josephine Starrs

Artist, Sydney University
Dancing With Drones
avatar for Laurel Terlesky

Laurel Terlesky

Laurel Terlesky is an interdisciplinary Canadian artist and educator. She holds a Master of Fine Arts Degree in International Creative Practice from Transart Institute (New York / Berlin), accredited by Plymouth University (UK) and a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree from the University of Victoria (Canada). Her works have been experienced across North America on screen — television, large-scale projection, and the internet — and in exhibitions... Read More →
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Suzi Webster

Artist
I am a contemporary artist whose work explores technology, being and the body. I create interdisciplinary sculptural pieces that investigate intersections between object and performance, fashion and computing, the body and its context, public and private, in a critical way. I'm fascinated by wearable technologies and how data and hardware architectures collide with the body. | | My work has been exhibited and published internationally in... Read More →
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Erik Zepka

Erik Zepka is a conceptual media artist and writer whose practice centers around a critical engagement with the products of science and technology. The computer forms a chief hub of this process. With a base at x-o-x-o-x.com, projects range from interactive code works, to audiovisual remixes, to conceptual projects incorporating this content. Embodiment, failure, performance, social media, biology and glitch are some of its recurring... Read More →


Monday August 17, 2015 11:30am - 1:30pm
Room 4210 Simon Fraser University (Goldcorp Centre for the Arts, 149 West Hastings Street, Vancouver, BC V6B 1H4, Canada)

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