Call for Expressions of Interest to Host ISEA2018

Call for Expressions of Interest to Host ISEA2018

ISEA International is pleased to announce the call for Expressions of Interest to host ISEA2018 (24th International Symposium on Electronic Art). Potential host organisations should consult the 2018 Guidelines for Symposium Host Candidates on the ISEA International website prior to making a bid. The Guidelines can be found here: http://bit.ly/1FRaAjU

The Expression of Interest should consist of a 3-5 page proposal including details about host organisation, partners, outline budget and finance plan, symposium themes, artistic programme, creation of International Program Committee, plans for proceedings, milestone dates, registration fees and other relevant details. In preparing your response please refer to the Symposium Guidelines, section 4.2.

Selected potential host organisations will be invited to meet with the Board and give a presentation on their Expression of Interest to delegates at the ISEA International General Meeting during ISEA2015 in Vancouver, Canada (August 14-18, 2015).

TIMETABLE FOR 2018 BIDS

May 31, 2015              Deadline for submitting Expression of Interest

June 15-30, 2015         Bidding organisations notified

August, 2015                Presentation of plans at ISEA2015 (Vancouver, Canada) and meeting                                                 with ISEA International board

November 15, 2015     Deadline for Full Bid documents

December, 2015           Possible Skype meeting with ISEA International Board

December 31, 2015      Candidates notified of outcome

QUESTIONS & CONTACT INFORMATION

Interested parties are encouraged to contact ISEA International HQ for further details. The Expression of Interest should be sent electronically to: Sue Gollifer, ISEA International HQ Director, University of Brighton, UK email: <info@isea-web.org>

ISEA is a forum for interdisciplinary academic discourse and exchange among culturally diverse organisations and individuals working with art, science and technology. The Symposium is an annual nomadic event, hosted by organisations around the world. The first International Symposium on Electronic Art was held in 1988 in Utrecht, The Netherlands.

Future ISEA symposium schedule:

ISEA2015 Vancouver, Canada    http://isea2015.org/

ISEA2016 Hong Kong, China       http://isea2016.info/

ISEA2017 Manizales, Colombia

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Press Release ISEA2017

ISEA International is pleased to announce that ISEA2017 will be held in Manizales, Colombia. The successful bid was awarded to the Universidad de Caldas because of its extensive experience and tradition in conducting the International Image Festival and its continuous participation in various ISEA symposiums. The area is known for its involvement in the visual arts, music, and the sciences.

This decision acknowledges the importance of Latin America to the ISEA community. This event will offer a new and exciting experience to the attendees as well as provide a unique perspective into the development of Arts+Sciencies+Technology in Latin America.

The symposium, ISEA2017 Bio-creation and Peace, will be held in August 2017, in Manizales, a city that is part of the Colombian Coffee Cultural Landscape and was declared a World Heritage site by UNESCO. A process of political, economic, social, and cultural transformation is taking place in Colombia and the peace process is at the centre of this transformation. The intention of this symposium is to strengthen the alliances and cooperation between Latin America and the world.

 The official language of the symposium will be English but Spanish translations will be provided.

Welcome to Colombia, we hope to see you there!

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ucaldas.edu.co

 

 

 

 

 

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ISEA2015 | LAUNCH – PRESS RELEASE

ISEA2015 | LAUNCH – PRESS RELEASE

03.2015

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

The 21st edition of The International Symposium on Electronic Art will take place in Vancouver, August 14-18, 2015. This nomadic gathering of artists, researchers, performers, and academics consists of an academic conference, as well as a series of exhibitions, concerts, performances, workshops and events in public space. Twenty years after the first groundbreaking Canadian ISEA in Montreal in 1995, the symposium is coming to Vancouver in August 2015 to be held at the SFU Woodward’s campus as well as at many partner spaces and institutions in downtown Vancouver. ISEA2015 will be presented by Simon Fraser University’s Faculty of Communication, Art & Technology (FCAT) and the School of Interactive Arts and Technology (SIAT).

The ISEA2015 Artistic Program will showcase over 160 artworks by contemporary artists that have been carefully selected by an international jury over the past six months. The innovative works range from large-scale interactive artworks to cutting-edge electronic music performances. Exhibitions and events will take place at Emily Carr University of Art + Design and many other sites and venues throughout the city.

In addition to exhibitions, ISEA2015 will be offering an exceptional workshops program with themes ranging from interactive storytelling and ethnography to movement and computing presented as a part of the International Workshop on Movement and Computing (MOCO15).

The full ISEA2015 art and symposium program, as well as the workshops and tutorials, will be announced in the upcoming program releases. Full details of the events will be available on the ISEA2015 website. Visit http://www.isea2015.org as we will be announcing more program highlights in coming weeks.

21st International Symposium on Electronic Art Vancouver, Canada August 14-18, 2015

ISEA2015 THEME – DISRUPTION

ISEA2015’s theme of DISRUPTION invites a conversation about change, renewal, and gamechanging actions. This theme is calling for challenging the status quo and re-examining the frontiers between the academic world, and the art world, between practice and theory, between systems and reality, between art and society.

In practices ranging from hacking and détournement to generative art, innovative work across disciplines constantly finds ways to rethink or reconsider form, function, context, body, network, and culture. Within this theme, artists and scholars were invited to reflect and investigate trends in digital and internet aesthetics and revive exchange across disciplines. The works presented at the symposium will bring to light the spheres in which disruptive aesthetics can be explored, crossing into the worlds of science, technology, design, visual art, contemporary and media art, innovation, performance, and sound.

ISEA2015 – KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

ISEA2015 will feature 6 keynote speakers – Brian Massumi (Montreal, Canada), Michael Connor (New York, USA), Dominique Moulon (Paris, France), Hildegard Westerkamp (Vancouver, Canada) and Sara Diamond (Toronto, Canada). The closing address will be by The Yes Men, tactical media artists and activists, who use humour, truth and lunacy to bring media attention to the crimes of their unwilling employers. The Yes Men have impersonated World Trade Organization, Dow Chemical Corporation, and Bush administration spokesmen on TV and at business conferences around the world. As a part of ISEA2015 Symposium, The Yes Men will give a talk on the use of creative expression for subversion.

PRESS ACCREDITATION

Applications for press accreditation will be available from July 1, 2015 till August 13, 2015.

Please see the Accreditation form here http://isea2015.org/press/

ABOUT ISEA International

Founded in the Netherlands in 1990, ISEA International is an international non-profit organization fostering interdisciplinary academic discourse and exchange among culturally diverse organizations and individuals working with art, science and technology. The main activity of ISEA International is the annual International Symposium on Electronic Art (ISEA) launched in 1988.

www.isea-web.org

ISEA2015 Directors. Available for interviews.

Academic Directors: Philippe Pasquier, Thecla Schiphorst

Artistic Directors: Kate Armstrong, Malcolm Levy

Isea2015-info@sfu.ca

MEDIA CONTACT

With queries, please contact

Maria Fedorova, Communications & Social Media Chair

isea2015-press@sfu.ca

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ISEA2015 – STAY CONNECTED

www.isea2015.org

www.twitter.com/isea2015 #ISEA2015

www.facebook.com/isea2015

www.vimeo.com/isea2015

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CFP: ISEA2015 – Abstracts For Artist Talks, Demonstration And Works In Progress

Abstracts For Artist Talks, Demonstration And Works In Progress

Since ISEA is a unique occasion for the interactions between the art and academic communities, we are interested in artist submissions to present their work as short talks, demonstrations and descriptions of works in progress.

Deadline for submission: March 20th 2015

Notification of acceptance: April 20th 2015

Submission format:

Artist submissions require a 500 word (max) abstract with a link to a video. If submissions will include a demonstration, please include a demonstration form: Demonstration Form

PDF Submissions are uploaded through EasyChair ISEA2015 system:https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=isea2015

ISEA2015 submissions in the Abstracts for Artist Short Talks, Demonstration and Works in Progress category will not entail publication in our proceedings, but will allow the artist to make a 10min (inclusive of questions) presentation or a Poster/Demonstration presentation.

Presentation format:

Each artist submission will be presented orally for 10 minutes, inclusive  of questions.

 

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ISEA2015: Last Deadlines Extension

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Extended Papers Deadline and Work in Progress Category Added: ISEA2015

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((( ISEA2015 ))) 21st International Symposium on Electronic Art

Due to continuous and abundant requests, the submission deadline for papers, posters, panels, institutional presentations, and tutorials is extended to January 31, 2015.

A new category has also been added to accommodate works that were not fitting any of the other categories: Abstracts for artist Short Talks, Demonstration and Works in Progress with a deadline of March 20, 2015.

The artwork submission is closed.

The workshop submission is closed.

August 14-18 2015, Vancouver, Canada.

http://ISEA2015.org

Submission types:

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The 21st International Symposium on Electronic Art (ISEA) will be held August 14-18, 2015, in Vancouver, Canada. The ISEA2015 symposium will be hosted by Simon Fraser University’s Faculty of Communication Arts and Technology (FCAT), and a vast variety of local academic and artistic partners. ISEA is the largest nomadic international gathering on ‘electronic and emergent media’. Since its start in the Netherlands in 1988 it has taken place on 4 continents and in over 20 different cities. The event annually brings together artists, designers, academics, technologies, scientists, and general audiences. The symposium consists of a peer reviewed conference, a series of exhibitions and partner events – from large-scale interactive artwork in public spaces to cutting edge electronic music performance.

For this extended deadline, ISEA2015 welcomes submissions for two broad categories:

1 – A set of workshops and tutorials will occur on Friday the 14th, and Saturday the 15th of August 2015. See the call for workshops, tutorials, and institutional presentations for more details on how to propose yours: http://isea2015.org/call-for-proposals/workshops-tutorials/

2 – The academic symposium will occur from Sunday the 16th to Tuesday the 18th of August 2015. It includes the following activities for which we solicit submissions:

  * Long Art or Research Papers (8 pages) with Oral Presentation

  * Short Art or Research Papers (4 pages) with Oral Presentation

  * Extended Abstracts (2 pages) with Demonstration or Poster Presentation

  * Round Tables and Square Panels

  * Institutional Presentations

  * Abstracts for Artist Short Talks, Demonstration and Works in Progress

ISEA2015 submissions in the Long paper, Short paper, and Extended abstract categories need to be the full length version of the paper (not only the abstract). The Proceedings are an important outcome for ISEA, which is the main trace of the symposium and contribution to the larger academic and artistic community at large. Each submission will be thoroughly reviewed by members from our International Program Committee. Accepted submission will be published in the ISEA2015 Proceedings (with an ISBN/ISSN). These proceedings will be available online, at no cost, prior to the symposium.

For more details on how to contribute in any of the above categories, see our call for papers and panels here: http://isea2015.org/call-for-proposals/papers-posters-and-panels/

   

Submissions are to be made through our ISEA2015 EasyChair portal: https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=isea2015

While, every submission relevant to the ISEA community will be reviewed and considered, the ones relevant to the ISEA2015 theme of DISRUPTION will be given priority: http://isea2015.org/about/theme/

Visit us on Facebook for updates: https://www.facebook.com/ISEA2015

Important dates:

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– 31 January 2015: Submission deadline for long art or research papers, short art or research papers, art or research extended abstracts with demonstration or poster presentation, panels, institutional presentations, workshops and tutorials

– 10 March, 2015: Notifications of acceptance of long art or research papers, short art or research papers, panels, institutional presentations, workshops and tutorials

– 20 March, 2015: Submission deadline for abstracts for artist short talks, demonstration and works in progress

– 20 April, 2015: Notifications of acceptance for art or research extended abstracts with demonstration or poster presentation, art or research demonstrations and abstracts for artist short talks, demonstration and works in progress

– 14-18 August, 2015: ISEA2015 Symposium

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Symposium Organizers

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Dr. Philippe Pasquier (Symposium Director)

School of Interactive Arts and Technology (SIAT)
Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, Canada.

Dr. Thecla Schiphorst  (Symposium Director)
School of Interactive Arts and Technology (SIAT)
Faculty of Communication, Arts & Technology (FCAT),
Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, Canada.

Kate Armstrong (Artistic Director)
Independent Curator, Director of the Social + Interactive Media (SIM) Centre,
Emily Carr University of Art+Design,
Vancouver, Canada.

Malcolm Levy (Artistic Director)
Independent Curator, Director of Hybridity,
Vancouver, Canada.

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ISEA INTERNATIONAL

The series of ISEA symposia is coordinated by ISEA International. Founded in the Netherlands in 1990, ISEA International (formerly Inter-Society for the Electronic Arts) is an international non-profit organization fostering interdisciplinary academic discourse and exchange among culturally diverse organizations and individuals working with art, science and technology. ISEA International Headquarters is supported by the University of Brighton (UK).

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CFP- Artist Category Added: ISEA2015

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Artist Category Added: ISEA2015

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((( ISEA2015 ))) 21st International Symposium on Electronic Art

 

Due to numerous requests, the submission deadline for long art or research papers, short art or research papers, art or research extended abstracts with demonstration or poster presentation, panels, institutional presentations, workshops and tutorials is extended to January 12, 2015.

 

A new category of Abstracts for Artist Short Talks, Demonstration and Works in Progress has been added to accommodate art works with a deadline of February 20, 2015.

 

August 14-18 2015, Vancouver, Canada.

http://ISEA2015.org

 

Submission types:

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The 21st International Symposium on Electronic Art (ISEA) will be held August 14-18, 2015, in Vancouver, Canada. The ISEA2015 symposium will be hosted by Simon Fraser University’s Faculty of Communication Arts and Technology (FCAT), and a vast variety of local academic and artistic partners. ISEA is the largest nomadic international gathering on ‘electronic and emergent media’. Since its start in the Netherlands in 1988 it has taken place on 4 continents and in over 20 different cities. The event annually brings together artists, designers, academics, technologies, scientists, and general audiences. The symposium consists of a peer reviewed conference, a series of exhibitions and partner events – from large-scale interactive artwork in public spaces to cutting edge electronic music performance.

 

For this extended deadline, ISEA2015 welcomes submissions for two broad categories:

 

1 – A set of workshops and tutorials will occur on Friday the 14th, and Saturday the 15th of August 2015. See the call for workshops, tutorials, and institutional presentations for more details on how to propose yours: http://isea2015.org/call-for-proposals/workshops-tutorials/

 

2 – The academic symposium will occur from Sunday the 16th to Tuesday the 18th of August 2015. It includes the following activities for which we solicit submissions:

  * Long Art or Research Papers (8 pages) with Oral Presentation

  * Short Art or Research Papers (4 pages) with Oral Presentation

  * Extended Abstracts (2 pages) with Demonstration or Poster Presentation

  * Round Tables and Square Panels

  * Institutional Presentations

  * Abstracts for Artist Short Talks, Demonstration and Works in Progress

 

ISEA2015 submissions in the Long paper, Short paper, and Extended abstract categories need to be the full length version of the paper (not only the abstract). The Proceedings are an important outcome for ISEA, which is the main trace of the symposium and contribution to the larger academic and artistic community at large. Each submission will be thoroughly reviewed by members from our International Program Committee. Accepted submission will be published in the ISEA2015 Proceedings (with an ISBN/ISSN). These proceedings will be available online, at no cost, prior to the symposium.

 

For more details on how to contribute in any of the above categories, see our call for papers and panels here: http://isea2015.org/call-for-proposals/papers-posters-and-panels/

Submissions are to be made through our ISEA2015 EasyChair portal:https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=isea2015

 

While, every submission relevant to the ISEA community will be reviewed and considered, the ones relevant to the ISEA2015 theme of DISRUPTION will be given priority: http://isea2015.org/about/theme/

 

Visit us on Facebook for updates: https://www.facebook.com/ISEA2015

 

Important dates:

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– 12 January 2015: Submission deadline for long art or research papers, short art or research papers, art or research extended abstracts with demonstration or poster presentation, panels, institutional presentations, workshops and tutorials

– 15 February, 2015: Notifications of acceptance of long art or research papers, short art or research papers, panels, institutional presentations, workshops and tutorials

– 20 February, 2015: Submission deadline for abstracts for artist short talks, demonstration and works in progress

– 21 March, 2015: Notifications of acceptance for art or research extended abstracts with demonstration or poster presentation, art or research demonstrations and abstracts for artist short talks, demonstration and works in progress

– 14-18 August, 2015: ISEA2015 Symposium

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Symposium Organizers

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Dr. Philippe Pasquier (Symposium Director)

School of Interactive Arts and Technology (SIAT)
Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, Canada.

 

Dr. Thecla Schiphorst  (Symposium Director)
School of Interactive Arts and Technology (SIAT)
Faculty of Communication, Arts & Technology (FCAT),
Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, Canada.

 

Kate Armstrong (Artistic Director)
Independent Curator, Director of the Social + Interactive Media (SIM) Centre,
Emily Carr University of Art+Design,
Vancouver, Canada.

 

Malcolm Levy (Artistic Director)
Independent Curator, Director of Hybridity,
Vancouver, Canada.

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ISEA INTERNATIONAL

The series of ISEA symposia is coordinated by ISEA International. Founded in the Netherlands in 1990, ISEA International (formerly Inter-Society for the Electronic Arts) is an international non-profit organization fostering interdisciplinary academic discourse and exchange among culturally diverse organizations and individuals working with art, science and technology. ISEA International Headquarters is supported by the University of Brighton (UK).

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ISEA2015: Paper Deadline Extended: Call for Papers & Participation

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DEADLINE EXTENDED: ISEA2015

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((( ISEA2015 ))) 21st International Symposium on Electronic Art

Due to numerous requests, the submission deadline for long art or research papers, short art or research papers, art or research extended abstracts with demonstration or poster presentation, panels, institutional presentations, workshops and tutorials is extended to January 12, 2015. (The deadline for artworks continues to be December 20, 2014).

August 14-18 2015, Vancouver, Canada.

http://ISEA2015.org

Submission types:

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The 21st International Symposium on Electronic Art (ISEA) will be held August 14-18, 2015, in Vancouver, Canada. The ISEA2015 symposium will be hosted by Simon Fraser University’s Faculty of Communication Arts and Technology (FCAT), and a vast variety of local academic and artistic partners. ISEA is the largest nomadic international gathering on ‘electronic and emergent media’. Since its start in the Netherlands in 1988 it has taken place on 4 continents and in over 20 different cities. The event annually brings together artists, designers, academics, technologies, scientists, and general audiences. The symposium consists of a peer reviewed conference, a series of exhibitions and partner events – from large-scale interactive artwork in public spaces to cutting edge electronic music performance.

For this extended deadline, ISEA2015 welcomes submissions for two broad categories:

1 – A set of workshops and tutorials will occur on Friday the 14th, and Saturday the 15th of August 2015. See the call for workshops, tutorials, and institutional presentations for more details on how to propose your own: http://isea2015.org/call-for-proposals/workshops-tutorials/

2 – The academic symposium will occur from Sunday the 16th to Tuesday the 18th of August 2015. It includes the following activities for which we solicit submissions:

  * Long Art or Research Papers (8 pages) with Oral Presentation

  * Short Art or Research Papers (4 pages) with Oral Presentation

  * Extended Abstracts (2 pages) with Demonstration or Poster Presentation

  * Round Tables and Square Panels

  * Institutional Presentations

ISEA2015 submissions in the Long paper, Short paper, and Extended abstract categories need to be the full length version of the paper (not only the abstract). The Proceedings are an important outcome for ISEA, which is the main trace of the symposium and contribution to the larger academic and artistic community at large. Each submission will be thoroughly reviewed by members from our International Program Committee. Accepted submission will be published in the ISEA2015 Proceedings (with an ISBN/ISSN). These proceedings will be available online, at no cost, prior to the symposium.

For more details on how to contribute in any of the above categories, see our call for papers and panels here: http://isea2015.org/call-for-proposals/papers-posters-and-panels/

   

Submissions are to be made through our ISEA2015 EasyChair portal: https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=isea2015

While, every submission relevant to the ISEA community will be reviewed and considered, the ones relevant to the ISEA2015 theme of DISRUPTION will be given priority: http://isea2015.org/about/theme/

Important dates:

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– 20 December 2014: Submission deadline for artworks

– 12 January 2015: Submission deadline for long art or research papers, short art or research papers, art or research extended abstracts with demonstration or poster presentation, panels, institutional presentations, workshops and tutorials

– 15 February, 2015: Notifications of acceptance of long art or research papers, short art or research papers, panels, institutional presentations, workshops and tutorials

– 21 March, 2015: Notifications of acceptance for art or research extended abstracts with demonstration or poster presentation, art or research demonstrations

– 14-18 August, 2015: ISEA2015 Symposium

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Symposium Organizers

======================

Dr. Philippe Pasquier (Symposium Director)

School of Interactive Arts and Technology (SIAT)
Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, Canada.

Dr. Thecla Schiphorst  (Symposium Director)
School of Interactive Arts and Technology (SIAT)
Faculty of Communication, Arts & Technology (FCAT),
Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, Canada.

Kate Armstrong (Artistic Director)
Independent Curator, Director of the Social + Interactive Media (SIM) Centre,
Emily Carr University of Art+Design,
Vancouver, Canada.

Malcolm Levy (Artistic Director)
Independent Curator, Director of Hybridity,
Vancouver, Canada.

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ISEA INTERNATIONAL

The series of ISEA symposia is coordinated by ISEA International. Founded in the Netherlands in 1990, ISEA International (formerly Inter-Society for the Electronic Arts) is an international non-profit organization fostering interdisciplinary academic discourse and exchange among culturally diverse organizations and individuals working with art, science and technology. ISEA International Headquarters is supported by the University of Brighton (UK).

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CFP ISEA2016 Hong Kong 香港 Cultural R>evolution

Call for Participation

22nd International Symposium on Electronic Art

ISEA2016

Hong Kong 香港 Cultural R>evolution
May/16–22/2016

Electronic media exemplifies the dual meaning of revolution: to always create new while returning to the old. In this dynamic, where multiple centers and margins compete for attention, and borders to be transgressed are shifting, paradigms and practices must be replaced, repackaged and re-appropriated to keep up with the parallel evolutions in art, creativity, culture, society, and politics.

We invite full and short papers, panel and roundtable discussions, posters, artist talks / work-in-progress presentations, proposals for artworks (including concerts and performances) and events in public space responding to the above main theme of the symposium and/or to one or more of the subthemes described below. We also invite proposals for workshops/tutorials, institutional presentations, applications for KAF x FUSE ISEA2016HK Residency Program, and, proposals for OPEN SKY GALLERY ISEA2016 Hong Kong 香港 Project for ICC Tower Urban Screen.

Topics of ISEA2016 Hong Kong 香港

Please click the topics to read more.

The New Geopolitics of (Art-)Making: D.I.Y. Ontologies & (De)institutionalizationGame Over – Play Again Y/NThe Animal and the Technological: Para/Post-Human ParadoxesMassless: Liquid E-OccupyCode, Language, Network, PoliticsNoise Contra SignalBiopolitics/biopower: Genetics (G), Nanotechnology (N) and Robotics (R)Crypto-FinanceTechno-sexNew Media and Cultural Heritage

Important dates

August 2015 Call for submissions opens
20 September 2015 Deadline for KAF x FUSE ISEA2016HK Residency Program applications
October 2015 Early Bird submission deadline for artworks
October 2015 Notifications of acceptance for Early Bird artworks
November 2015 Deadline for artwork proposals, full and short papers, panel proposals, abstracts of posters/demonstrations, and, proposals for workshops and tutorials
15 November 2015 Deadline for OPEN SKY GALLERY ISEA2016 Hong Kong 香港 Project for ICC Tower Urban Screen proposals
December 2015 Notifications of acceptance for proposals for workshops and tutorials
January 2016 Notification of acceptance for artworks, full and short papers, panel proposals and posters/demonstrations
February 2016 Deadline for artist talk / work-in-progress presentations, and Institutional Presentations
March 2016 Notifications of acceptance for artist talks / work-in-progress presentations and Institutional Presentations
March 2016 Deadline for camera-ready versions of all materials to be included in proceedings (full and short papers, panel abstracts, and poster/demonstration abstracts)
May 2016 Publication of ISEA2016 Hong Kong 香港 Proceedings
16-22 May 2016 ISEA2016 Hong Kong 香港 Cultural R>evolution

Organizers of ISEA2016 Hong Kong 香港 reserve the right to change the above dates and deadlines

How to submit

We request that all submissions follow the citation style specified in ISEA2016HK Editorial Standards and are formatted according to the ISEA2016HK submission template. Please submit online by following the instructions at at the ISEA2016 online submission system.

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ISEA INTERNATIONAL

The series of ISEA symposia is coordinated by ISEA International. Founded in the Netherlands in 1990, ISEA International (formerly Inter-Society for the Electronic Arts) is an international non-profit organization fostering interdisciplinary academic discourse and exchange among culturally diverse organizations and individuals working with art, science and technology. ISEA International Headquarters is supported by the University of Brighton (UK).

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ISEA2014 video links

Here are some interesting video links to share from the great ISEA2014 Dubai experience

http://vimeo.com/111604198

http://vimeo.com/98004886

http://youtu.be/K3oHyDIWftE

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ISEA2014 a Grand Success

Zayed University in Dubai and Abu Dhabi hosted ISEA2014, the 20th International Symposium on Electronic Art between 30 October and 8 November, 2014. This event took place in the Middle East for the first time. The theme “LOCATION” focused on the region’s culture, education systems and vastly expanding art scene.

ISEA2014 hosted over 120 paper presentations, 30 panels and roundtable discussions, 15 large art exhibitions, 30 workshops, and additional artist talks by delegates from over 40 countries. The exhibitions showcased more than 150 artworks that thrived on technology and innovation. In addition, it featured interactive installations that involved robotics, multimedia projections in outdoor spaces, sculptures, videos, photographs, and many other forms of art utilizing the latest developments in technical equipment, science, and mechanics. Keynote presentations were given by Theo Jansen (NL), Janet Echelman (USA), Erkki Huhtamo (Finland/USA) and Sally-Jane Norman (UK).

Sheikha Lubna bint Khalid Al Qasimi, minister for International Co-operation and Development of the United Arab Emirates, and President of Zayed University, gave the inaugural speech for ISEA2014. She was the honored guest at the first keynote (By Theo Jansen). The keynote speech by Janet Echelman was attended by Michael H. Corbin, Ambassador of the United States to the United Arab Emirates.

In galleries, universities, shopping malls, and public parks across Dubai, Abu Dhabi, and Sharjah, ISEA2014 served as a meeting point for local, regional, and international creative communities. Events were hosted by Zayed University Dubai, American University Dubai, Cuadro Gallery Dubai, the jamjar Gallery Dubai, Gallery Ward Dubai, CREEKSIDE Dubai, Al Fahidi Historical Neighborhood Dubai, Dubai Center for Cultural Understanding, Arts and Community Festival at Al Serkal Dubai, American University of Sharjah, Maraya Art Park  Sharjah, Zayed University  Abu Dhabi, Art Hub Abu Dhabi, New York University at Abu Dhabi, Abu Dhabi Art Fair and many more locations.

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