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ISEA2015: The 21st International Symposium on Electronic Art
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Tuesday, August 18 • 3:30pm - 5:30pm
[DP8] Demos and Posters: Disruption: Various

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Deborah Cornell and Richard Cornell. Dys/onance & Dys/ruption - Collaboration in video, print and sound
Ana Carolina von Hertwig. Unfinished Business
Pirkka Åman, Lukas Kuehne, Matti Niinimäki, Jairo Acosta Lara, Ava Grayson, Karina Jensen, Narim Lee, Sébastien Piquemal and Taavi Varm. Passio Musicae Open Source – Interactive Sonification of the Sibelius Monument
Catalina Cortazar Valdes. Search Behind the Scenes
Christopher Coleman. 3D scanning, Animation and VR - the Mediums of Metro: Re/De-construction
Harshit Agrawal. Creating New Ways of Experiencing and Expressing Poetry
Austin Stewart
Emilio Vavarella

 Alexander Thumm. Pallas of Vines: Branched and Nested Relationships in Video Game Performance and Play
Claudia Pederson and Nicholas Knouf. Art for Spooks
Donna Szoke. New Work, or, Automatic Control and Utopian Media Devices
Lisa Seidenberg. Sky Is Not The Limit
Karla Brunet. ThalassoGlitch. Disruption on the oceans and data bending
Sujan Shrestha. Visual composition with shapes and lines in a three-dimensional perspective

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Harshit Agrawal

Research Assistant, MIT Media Lab
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Karla Brunet

www.karlabru.net | www.ecoarte.info | www.dorkbotssa.org | www.errante.com.br
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Chris Coleman

Director of Emergent Digital Practices, University of Denver
I am an artist, teacher, and critical arts engineer working with creative coding, open source hardware, interactive installations, and motion graphics.
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Deborah Cornell

Chair of Print, School of Visual Arts, Boston University College of Fine Arts
Deborah Cornell is Chair of Printmaking at Boston University. Her installations, prints, video, and 3D virtual reality have been shown in Dubai, Istanbul, Melbourne, Buenos Aires, Krakow, Reykjavik, Venice, New York, Los Angeles. She is interested in the way human agency, in such forms as genetics, has become a new and powerful force at environmental levels, changing fundamental assumptions about what is perceived as real, and she uses crossover... Read More →
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Ava Grayson

Research Assistant, Aalto University
I'm a Master's student in Aalto University's Sound in New Media program. I work as assistant to the university's Artist-in-Residence (Chilean sound artist Ariel Bustamante), and we're working on a large-scale public sound installation. | | My thesis work deals with creating live performances with oversized interactive graphic scores, combining my love for hardware, data flow programming, and being alive in my body (aka dance and movement... Read More →
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Ana Carolina von Hertwig

Independent artist
31-year-old photographer, filmmaker and artist based in Brazil. Primarily working with hybrid narratives, non-linear storytelling and contemporary experimentations on film and photography, employing innovative practices/approaches, social and artistic interaction, techno-scientific investigation and critical theory, to explore interactive relationships in multiple formats.
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Karina Jensen

My name is Karina Korsgaard Jensen, I am 26 years old and I am currently finishing my MA thesis and studies in New media and Design at Aalto School of Arts Design and Architecture. | | My special interest within art and design lies in user experience design and service design. What interests me about these fields, is the holistic and human centred approach that is necessary to develop good solutions. I find it interesting to consider the... Read More →
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Lukas Kuehne

Lukas Kühne is a German sculptor, His works have often interdisciplinary contents and been shown in Europe, Iceland, Japan as well as North and South America. Current works are strongly dedicated to spatial and acoustically impacts. There to mention is CROMATICO in Tallinn, Estonia as well as TVISÖNGUR in Seydisfjördur, Iceland and ORGANUM in Hailuoto, Finland. Since 2005 he is in charge of the interdisciplinary and experimental format ”Form... Read More →
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Austin Stewart

CEO, Second Livestock
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Donna Szoke

Assistant Professor, Visual Arts, Brock University
Donna Szoke is a Canadian artist whose practice includes video, animation, media art, installation, drawing, writing and collaboration. Her work has been exhibited in Canada, USA, France, Germany, Turkey, Hungary, Croatia, Cuba, and Dubai, UAE. Recent notable international exhibitions include ISEA 2014 (Dubai, UAE) and EMAF 2013 (Osnabrück, Germany). Szoke's art practice began in Winnipeg, Manitoba, designing for Guy Maddin's early films... Read More →
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Alexander Thumm

I'm a game designer, musician and visual artist, and I'm passionate about creating video games for live performance | | My current PhD involves creating a video game and code/concept framework focused on synthesizing Audio, Visual and Narrative storytelling for live performance games. | | Have a look at my game Pallas of Vines to see the current state of this innovative research... Read More →
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Emilio Vavarella

Emilio Vavarella graduated summa cum laude from both the University of Bologna with a B.A. in Visual, Cultural, and Media Studies, and from Iuav University of Venice with an M.A. in Visual Arts and study abroad fellowships at Bezalel Academy of Tel Aviv and Bilgi University of Istanbul. His work has been exhibited at Eyebeam, Siggraph Conference, European Media Art Festival, Japan Media Arts Festival, CultureHub Media Art Festival, GLITCH... Read More →

Tuesday August 18, 2015 3:30pm - 5:30pm
Room 4210 Simon Fraser University (Goldcorp Centre for the Arts, 149 West Hastings Street, Vancouver, BC V6B 1H4, Canada)

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