ian gwilt
Since 2002
Works in Sydney, Nebraska Australia

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BIO
Ian Gwilt is a Digital Artist, a lecturer in Visual Communications at the University of Technology Sydney (UTS), Australia, and an adjunct Fellow in Computer Graphic Design at Waikato University, School of Computing and Mathematical Sciences, New Zealand. With an MA in Interactive Multimedia, conferred by the University of Balears (UIB) Spain, and the Royal College of Art (RCA) London; he was the recipient of the Adobe Innovative Interface design award at the RCA, Circuit show in 1995. Gwilt has shown interactive art installations and digital print work at a number of international new media events and galleries including, the Transmediale Berlin film festival, Siggraph, Mila, IV02 and ARCADEIII.

He was a member of the Siggraph Art Gallery sub-committee in New Orleans in 2000 and a judge for the art-site submissions for Siggraph 'Nspace' Gallery 2001 in LA. In 2003 he was a co-organising chair for GRAPHITE 2003 the International Conference on Computer Graphics and Interactive Techniques in Australasia and South East Asia. He is a Ph.D. candidate at the College of Fine arts, University of New South Wales - examining potentials for mixed reality artworks, theory and practice.
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DISCUSSION

Untitled Media a survey of New Media Art


Untitled Media a survey of New Media Art

Defining a new art genre…

In response to the ongoing debate led by mainstream art establishments, contemporary art theorists and the art going community to define what constitutes New Media Art, the Untitled Media project is a creative attempt to document examples of artworks that fall into this domain.
A location based activity, the project can be attached to any New Media Arts festival or gallery. A small team of Untitled Media artists and volunteers collect information from visitors to a gallery or festival location. The collected information is then fed into the Untitled Media database and the resulting information is presented as a dynamic visualization - made available for public consideration and feedback.
A key component of the Untitled Media project is the development of a visual taxonomy for New Media Art. This taxonomy forms the basis of the survey, which attempts to identify common typologies for New Media Art, examining technical set up, media content and user experience etc.
Fresh from its first outing at ISEA 2006, findings from the Untitled Media project to-date can be seen at the following URL. Please contact the artists if you are interested in running the survey at future New Media festivals and contributing to the Untitled Media database.

http://www.creativityandcognition.com/UntitledMedia/

ian.gwilt@uts.edu.au

EVENT

Free Public Lecture, Sid Fels, Christa Sommerer in Sydney


Dates:
Tue Nov 16, 2004 00:00 - Mon Nov 08, 2004

INTERACTION: Systems, Practice and Theory

Tuesday 16th November 2004
6.30 - 9.00pm

A UTS Creativity and Cognition Symposium, hosted by the Dynamic Design Research Group presents a

Free Public Presentation of Keynote Lectures
All are Welcome

Sid Fels
Art, Technology, and Expression
http://research.it.uts.edu.au/creative/interaction/aw.php?fels=1

Christa Sommerer
Interface Culture - from Interfaces for Interactive Art to Research as Art Form
http://research.it.uts.edu.au/creative/interaction/aw.php?somerer=1

Powerhouse Museum
500 Harris Street Ultimo, Sydney

Chair: Ross Gibson
Welcome: Ernest Edmonds

Refreshments will be served

Dr Sid Fels leads the Human Communication Technologies Laboratory at University of British Columbia, Canada. His interactive installation, ‘Iamascope’, will launch beta\_space, the new exhibition area for experimental work at the Powerhouse, Sydney. beta\_space will enable public engagement with and furthering of recent research in interactive art emerging from UTS Creativity & Cognition Studios.
http://hct.ece.ubc.ca/

Dr. Christa Sommerer is an internationally renowned media artist working in the field of interactive computer installation. She is Professor for Interface Culture at the University of Art and Design Linz, Austria & Associate Professor at IAMAS Institute of Advanced Media Art and Sciences, Gifu, Japan
http://www.iamas.ac.jp/~christa

UTS Creativity & Cognition Studios
http://www.creativityandcognition.com/

Faculty of Information Technology,
University of Technology Sydney (UTS)
Sydney Australia


DISCUSSION

Conference - GRAPHITE 2003


CALL for PARTICIPATION - GRAPHITE 2003 - Please Distribute

GRAPHITE 2003
International Conference on Computer Graphics and Interactive
Techniques in Australasia and South East Asia

11-14 February 2003, Melbourne

http://www.anzgraph.org/graphite2003

GRAPHITE 2003 is a unique opportunity for researchers, technologists,
artists, industry professionals, educators and students to experience
a state of the art showcase of technical and artistic work from this
region and from around the world. This years conference will include a
wide selection presentations and panels, art gallery, electronic theatre
screening, and social events.

GRAPHITE 2003 will take place in Melbourne, Australia at the exciting
new ACMI Building, Federation Square. Space is limited, so please
register early.

Featuring Keynote Presentations from:
David Kirk
Chief Scientist and Vice President of Architecture at NVIDIA
Mark Billinghurst
Director of the Human Interface Technology Lab (New Zealand)
Stelarc
International performance artist and techno-theorist

And featuring the following tutorials:
* Performance OpenGL: Platform Independent Techniques
* Implicit Modelling
* Augmented Reality Interfaces
* An introduction to colour in computer graphics
* Seeing in 3D
* Next-generation virtual worlds with VRML, X3D and MPEG4
* RenderMan for Artists and Designers

To register, and for further information, please visit:
http://www.anzgraph.org/graphite2003

We hope to see you there!

Dates
Tutorials: 11 February 2003
Conference: 12-14 February 2003
Art Show: 3-14 February 2003

Organised by: ANZGRAPH, SEAGRAPH
Sponsored by: ACM SIGGRAPH
In co-operation with: EUROGRAPHICS
In association with: ACMI
With the support of: State Government of Victoria