Öppen föreläsning Performing Exhibitions
Performing exhibitions - displaying digital art and media
Fredagen den 26 oktober kommer det att hållas ett internationellt seminarium om hur man visar digital konst och media
Plats: BTH, Campus Gräsvik, Karlskrona, Sweden
Tid: Fredag 26 oktober kl 09.00 - 18.00
International seminar on displaying digital art and media - with some of the most interesting experts in the field.
Welcome to Karlskrona October 26th!
Displaying Digital Art and Media is a seminar exploring exhibition, curation, and performative practices in digital art and mixed media.
How does digitally-mediated art engage human actors, embodied agents, and sensory input? What factors influence exhibition and curation choices when displaying innovative art, technology and media forms? How do media artists work to enhance and/or perform liveness and human sensation? What questions do researchers explore when working with the aesthetics of techno-human interfaces? These are the questions we will examine.
Speakers include an International range of artists, curators, researchers, and scientists working across disciplines and media contexts:
Keynote Speakers: Kristoffer Gansing (Artist Director, Transmediale, Digital Art Festival) and Profs. Monika Fleischmann and Wolfgang Strauss (Digital Artists and Research Scientists)
Featured Speakers: Ada Auf Der Strasse (media artist, dancer); Lissa Holloway-Attaway (digital media researcher/mixed media performance); Elektro Moon (visual artists/live performance duo); Susan Kozel (media artist/researcher, dancer); Jacob Lillemose (curator); Jesper Norda, (sound artist) Rebecca Rouse (digital media researcher/theater performance studies); Daniel Spikol (computer science/digital media researcher); Teresa Wennberg (mixed media artist/researcher)
This seminar is sponsored by the Department of Culture and Communication at BTH and by Art Line, an EU-funded project exploring art in public, physical and virtual space in the southern Baltic region.
Place: BTH, Campus Gräsvik, Karlskrona, Sweden
Time: October 26th, 09.00 - 18.00
Free and Open to the Public
For information contact: Lissa Holloway-Attaway, BTH
Avdelningen för kultur och kommunikation, DSN