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ISEA2015: The 21st International Symposium on Electronic Art
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Tuesday, August 18 • 9:00am - 11:00am
[DP6] Demos and Posters: Disruption: Generative Art

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DEMONSTRATIONS:
 Jennifer Weiler. Mushi
Andrew Hugill. Land of Lace
Yun Song,  Sang-Keun Lee,and Jong-Soo Choi. Noise
Tatsuo Unemi and Daniel Bisig. Visual Liquidizer or Virtual Merge
Stefhan Caddick. GulliverJacek Smolicki. On-going project: on tactical archiving of one's life via digital instruments
Margaret Dolinsky and Ed Dambik. Hardwired
Cecile Le Prado. The Listening Walker/ Interactive Sound Walk in a Virtual City
Agoston Nagy. U-lang

POSTERS:
Gary Craig Hobbs. We Come In Peace
Eva Sjuve. Metopia

Presenters
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Omnia Amin

Professor, Zayed University
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Stefhan Caddick

Stefhan Caddick is a visual artist based in Wales, UK. He works in video, installation and performance and often presents his work as a one-off event, usually outside and frequently after dark. Many works are constructed with materials sourced from institutions, communities and individuals, a collaborative process which questions the idea of the artist as sole creator. | | Recent projects include Ephemeral Coast, curated by Celina... Read More →
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Andrew Hugill

Director of Creative Computing, Bath Spa University
I am a transdisciplinary researcher working in music (composition, musicology), computer science and areas of mainly French literature including 'pataphysics.
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Agoston Nagy

ceo, Binaura
coding, interaction design, workshops
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Eva Sjuve

Media artists, composer, developer. ITP Alumna. Teaching interaction design at Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden and doing research at University of Huddersfield, UK.
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Jacek Smolicki

PhD researcher, Malmö University
Jacek Smolicki is an artist, designer and researcher currently undertaking PhD studies at the School of Arts and Communication at Malmö University in Sweden. In his research Smolicki explores recording practices conducted by individuals who creatively, subversively and reflectively deploy recording technolo-gies to construct personal and site-specific archives. His interest encompasses practices of sousveillance, lifelogging and field... Read More →
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Tatsuo Unemi

Professor, Soka University
I love to hack OS X to amaze people with audio-visual feedbacks using A-Life techniques. It would be great if our arts and technologies could mediate friendly relationship among as many people as possible. And, I like salmon, mackerel, tuna, and Sake.
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Jennifer Weiler

Media Arts and Sciences PhD Student, Arizona State University
I graduated with a BA in Art History with minors in Art Studio and Japanese from the University of Kentucky in 2012, and with an MA in New Media Studio from East Tennessee State University in 2014. Currently, I am living in Tempe, AZ, where I am working to receive a PhD in Media Arts and Sciences from Arizona State University. In my work, I explore the intersection of art and technology by combining computer programming and traditional artistic... Read More →


Tuesday August 18, 2015 9:00am - 11:00am
Room 4210 Simon Fraser University (Goldcorp Centre for the Arts, 149 West Hastings Street, Vancouver, BC V6B 1H4, Canada)

Attendees (55)