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ISEA2015: The 21st International Symposium on Electronic Art
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Sunday, August 16 • 12:30pm - 2:30pm
[DP2] Demos and Posters with proceedings

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Abraham Avnisan. Collocations
Alexander Berman and Valencia James. Improvising virtual dancer meets audience: Observations from a user study
Karl Baumann. Old Tech and New Spaces: Repurposing Payphones for Community Design
Martha Ladly, Frank Rudzicz, Bryn A. Ludlow, Ana Jofre, Laura Wright. Postcard Memories: an interactive tablet application for elders with dementia
Richard Holeton. Thirteen Ways of Killing a Scrub-Jay
Saila Susiluoto, Mika 'Lumi' Tuomola, Rasmus Vuori and Shakti Dash.Antikythera: Generative, tactile audiovisual poetry for tablet computers
Andreas Zingerle and  Linda Kronman. ‘Lets talk business’ – an Installation to explore online scam narratives
Victor Zappi and Andrew McPherson. The D-Box: How to Rethink a Digital Musical Instrument
Vicki Moulder and Michael Heidt. Aesthetics of Activism: See-through Effect
Margaret Schedel and Perrin Meyer. AVB – A New Protocol for Multi-Channel Multimedia
Margaretha Haughwout, Tara Hui and Ian Pollock. Guerrilla Grafters
Davis & Davis. Hauling Ice

Presenters
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Abraham Avnisan

Instructor, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago
Abraham Avnisan is an experimental writer whose work is situated at the intersection of image, text, and code. Each of his projects seeks to appropriate and reinterpret a particular thinker, idea or theoretical field that challenges us to reconsider the most fundamental ways in which we understand ourselves and the world around us. He has presented his work at the Electronic Literature Organization’s 2014 Hold the Light conference, the... Read More →
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Karl Baumann

PhD Student in Media Arts Practice (MAP), University of Southern California
Karl Baumann is a digital artist, filmmaker, and scholar. His current work explores immersive, playable, and mobile media to navigate the complex layers of urban spaces. After completing an MFA in Digital Arts and New Media (DANM) at UC Santa Cruz, Karl taught media literacy with the Boys and Girls Club and was active in Occupy Oakland. In addition to his locative and playable media projects, Karl has produced multiple award-winning documentaries... Read More →
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Shakti Dash

Designer/Researcher, Crucible Studio, Aalto University School of Art, Design and Architecture
Shared below are backgrounds of the people involved in the Antikythera project. Shakti Dash and Rasmus Vuori will be presenting on behalf of the team at ISEA 2015. | | Saila Susiluoto is Helsinki-based, awarded Finnish poet, who has investigated generative poetry since her Huonei- den kirja (A Book of Rooms, Otava 2003) collection. She’s published eight collections of poems and nominated for the Nordic Council Literature Prize in 2012... Read More →
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Davis & Davis

Davis & Davis
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Margaretha Haughwout

I understand practice to be the work of trying over time to make one’s engagements better, and survival to require flourishing multi-species cohabitation, mutuality and care. | | My practice of survival works across many technical and natural media, often complicating the division between the technological and the natural, in the interest of mutuality and care. Experimentation both with electrical and political power, interactive... Read More →
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Richard Holeton

Senior Director, Learning Environments, Stanford University
Richard Holeton is Senior Director of Learning Environments at Stanford University, in the Office of the Vice Provost for Teaching and Learning. He previously served as Director of Academic Computing and taught for 12 years in Stanford's writing program and English Department. His scholarship includes articles, book chapters, conference talks, and college textbooks such as Composing Cyberspace: Identity, Community, and Knowledge in the Electronic... Read More →
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Valencia James

Freelance performing artist, AI_am
Born in Barbados, Valencia James is a freelance performing artist based in Budapest, Hungary. She graduated with a BA in Modern Dance from the Hungarian Dance Academy in 2010. For three years she was a soloist in the Yvette Bozsik Company, and has worked in projects with Kata Juhasz, Rita Gobi, The Symptoms and Nina Kov. In 2012 Valencia was invited by Wim Vandekeybus to participate in his research program at the world-renown Ultima Vez Dance... Read More →
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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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Linda Kronman

Artist, KairUs
I work as a independent media artist and designer. Since year 2000 I have worked as Graphic Designer, Art Director and Animation Designer and taken part in several multidisciplinary Research & Design projects. In my artistic work I explore interactive and transmedial methods of storytelling with a special focus on digital fiction. In connection with my studies at the MediaArtHistories program in Danube University Krems, I was focusing on... Read More →
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Dr. Martha Ladly

Professor, OCAD University
Dr. Martha Ladly is a designer and an artist, a technologist, and a philosopher, with a backstory in the tech and entertainment industries, and a former career as a musician and songwriter. She is a Professor at OCAD (Ontario College of Art & Design) University in Toronto, Canada, where she specializes in interactive and experimental media, art, and design.
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Andrew McPherson

Senior Lecturer, Queen Mary University of London|London||United Kingdom
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Vicki Moulder

Artist, PhD Candidate, ISEA2015 Performance Chair, Simon Fraser University
Vicki Moulder is an artist and PhD candidate studying at the School of Interactive Arts and Technology (SIAT) at Simon Fraser University in Canada. She holds a Master of Arts from SIAT and a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Emily Carr University in visual communications. Molder is a pioneer in the field of community artwork and has co-produced projects with not-for-profit organizations since 1988. For the last 3-months she has been working with the... Read More →
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Saila Susiluoto

Visiting artist, Crucible Studio
Saila Susiluoto is a nationally awarded Finnish poet, who has investigated generative poetry since her Huoneiden kirja (A Book of Rooms, Otava 2003) collection. She’s published six poem books with two more on the way with publishing agreements, and nominated for the Nordic Council Literature Prize in 2012. Her poems have been translated into 14 languages. | | Further links... Read More →
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Victor Zappi

Postdoctoral Fellow, Universtiy of British Columbia
_Electronic engineer in love with Music and New Media Art | _DMI design and test, vocal synthesis, embedded technologies, Virtual and Augmented Reality, dance and movement | _We don't necessarily have to talk about work ( ;
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Andreas Zingerle

Teaching and Research Assistant, University of Art and Design Linz
Andreas Zingerle is a media artist from Innsbruck, Austria. He is a PhD candidate at the Timebased and Interactive Media Department in Linz (Austria). He is researching scambaiting strategies and implements their mechanics in interactive narratives and media competence trainings. In the last years he worked on several installations exploring a creative misuse of technology and alternative ways of Human Computer Interaction. Since 2004 he takes... Read More →


Sunday August 16, 2015 12:30pm - 2:30pm
Room 4210 Simon Fraser University (Goldcorp Centre for the Arts, 149 West Hastings Street, Vancouver, BC V6B 1H4, Canada)

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