ISEA2014 CFP: Student Poster Deadline – 12 October 2014.




Deadline  12 October 2014.


ISEA2014, 20th International Symposium on Electronic Art invites students to participate in a Poster Presentation coinciding with the academic conference, to be held from to 3-6 November, 2014 in Dubai, UAE, under the theme – LOCATION.

Session Description
The Poster Presentation Session calls creative students to present a researched topic in the format of a poster. Under ISEA2014 theme of LOCATION, topics and projects can be based around art, science and technology. Students are to initially submit an Abstract that defines their undergraduate research topic. Presenting authors will have their posters displayed throughout the academic conference.

Topic Areas
Posters addressing diverse topics, projects, and programs within the field of electronic Art and Location are welcome. Examples of such topics/themes are as follows:

• Speculative Mediations
• Technology, Science & Art
• East Meets West
• Emerging Economies/Emerging Identities
• Nomadic Shifts
• Digital Archaeology & Collaborative Spaces
• Interlacing Worlds – Fibres & Sensory Mediation
• Nomadic Highway/Bridging Media
• Connecting Worlds/Linking Ideas

Open to Undergraduate Research.

Submission Deadline
First drafts will be accepted through September 30. Decision will be made beginning of the October. Final Posters in PDF A1 size, print quality will be accepted through 12 October 2014.

Submission Details
To submit an abstract for a poster presentation, download and complete the Poster Presentation Abstract Submission Form. Download here.

Selection Process
In order to encourage participation, all poster abstract submissions that are relevant to the themes of ISEA2014 will be accepted.

For more information, contact Education Innovation Team, CACE – Zayed University, at

Sue Gollifer is currently the Director of the ISEA International Headquarters. She is an artist, a Principal Lecturer in Fine Art and the Course Leader for Digital Media Arts MA and a researcher and curator at the University of Brighton, UK. She is on a number of National and International Committees, including (CAS) the Computer Arts Society, (DAM), Digital Art Museum, and (DAC) the ACM SIGGRAPH Digital Arts Community. She is currently the ACM Chair of ‘The Distinguished Artist Award for Lifetime Achievement in Digital Art’.

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