The proceedings of Invisible Places / Sounding Cities are now available as a free download from invisibleplaces.org
The Journal of Science and Technology of the Arts, published by the Portuguese Catholic University in Porto, has just released its special issue with a selected set of extended papers from the xCoAx 2014 conference. The issue includes works from Victoria Bradbury; Hanna Schraffenberger & Edwin van der Heide; ginger coons; Luísa Ribas; Monty Adkins; Arne Eigenfeldt, Miles Thorogood, Jim Bizzocchi & Philippe Pasquier; Andres Wanner; Adriana Sa, Baptiste Caramiaux & Atau Tanaka; and José Alberto Gomes et al. It’s open access at http://artes.ucp.pt/citarj/issue/view/6/
INTER-FACE is the second International Conference on Live Interfaces. INTER-FACE is dedicated to problematising convergences and divergences between different understandings of performance technology. It seeks to expose a variety of motivations and approaches, and discuss how specific understandings of ‘liveness’, ‘immediacy’, ‘timing’ or ‘flow’ manifest in performance with digital media. INTER-FACE will discuss the principles and assumptions governing interaction design, including perspectives from art, philosophy, product design and engineering. INTER-FACE seeks to create a space of multiplicity, so as to problematise how different spheres of concerns inform different approaches to interface design.
Proud to help Adriana Sá and Alex McLean to make this happen this week in Lisbon.
We will be performing at Semibreve next Friday.
xCoAx 2015 is set to happen in the amazing city of Glasgow next June, with Alison Clifford as the Conference Chair. The call for papers, artworks and performances is now open until January 18 at xcoax.org.
The proceedings of xCoAx 2014, the Second Conference on Computation, Communication, Aesthetics and X are now available at 2014.xcoax.org