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ISEA2015: The 21st International Symposium on Electronic Art
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Monday, August 17 • 9:30am - 11:00am
[DP3] Demos and Posters: Disruption: Social Spaces: Design Architectures + Cities

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DEMONSTRATIONS:
Martin Bricelj and Slavko Glamocanin. DarkStar
Tracey Benson. Words for Water and Finding Ghosts: Disrupting ideas of place
Maria Papadomanolaki. A certain geography: disrupting site-specific sound through networked performance
Beller Gregory. The Sound Space
Nipesh Palat Narayanan, Girish Chandran and Jhanu Chanthar. Selfie of an Indian City
Nancy Lee and Kiran Bhumber. Pendula
Julia Litman-Cleper and Alex Cruse. Unraveling Augmentation: Imaginal Biological Architectures and their encounter with Digital Information Processing

POSTERS:
Mike Hornblow. O’megaVille: excursions in planetary urbanism
Brook Pearson and Nathan Fabian. Imaginary Cities: Graffito Series α
Colleen Ludwig. Pod.Field
Rebekah Blesing. Mined Intervention 

Presenters
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Greg Beller

Greg Beller works as an artist, a researcher, a teacher and a computer designer for contemporary arts. He defended a PhD thesis in Computer Science on generative models for expressivity and their applications for speech and music, especially through performance. While developing new ideas for signal analysis, processing, synthesis and control, he takes part in a range of artistic projects. He is currently computer-music designer at IRCAM where he... Read More →
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Kiran Bhumber

Musician / New Media Artist, University of British Columbia|Vancouver|British Columbia|Canada
Kiran Bhumber is a musician, new media artist and educator based in Vancouver. Her work focuses on movement and interactions through exploring the undeniable physical nature of sound. These themes are manifested through creating interactive systems which track gesture to create reactive environments in musical performances and participatory installations. She is currently involved in a variety of musical projects and teaches music technology... Read More →
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Girish Chandran

Visual Artist ,Lecturer, SPECTRUM collaborative,College of Architecture Trivandrum
Girish is an Architect & Visual artist. | He currently pursuing his MA in Arts and Aesthetics (Visual Arts / Film / Performance studies) from School of Arts and Aesthetics , Jawaharlal Nehru University , New Delhi.
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alex cruse

graphical/ocular, DROUGHT SPA
avatar for Nancy Lee

Nancy Lee

filmmaker, VJ, new media artist, MODALmix
Nancy Lee is a curator of interactions. Her crafted spaces stimulate behavioural dynamics, inviting their release into a broth of intangibles. In setting the stage for these action experiments, she is as much an observer as an artist. The notion of staging is a constant in Nancy’s work and underpins her projects from early days as a more traditional filmmaker, through her conception and planning of live events, and into the realms of new... Read More →
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Nipesh Palat Narayanan

PhD Candidate, Université de Lausanne
Nipesh is an Architect & Urban Designer, currently pursuing his PhD from University of Lausanne. He does research on urbanization of India and majorly deals with informal settlements.
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Brook Pearson

Lecturer, Department of Classical, Near Eastern and Religious Studies, UBC, UBC
I'm a poet, philosopher and artist interested (amongst other things) in the ways in which the network structures of digital environments mimic and descend from our physical networking throughout our species-history. Language, pilgrimage, resource extraction and distribution—all of these combine in the project that Nathan Fabian and I have co-authored for ISEA 2015.


Monday August 17, 2015 9:30am - 11:00am
Room 4210 Simon Fraser University (Goldcorp Centre for the Arts, 149 West Hastings Street, Vancouver, BC V6B 1H4, Canada)

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