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CALL FOR PAPERS, PANELS, DEMONSTRATIONS & PERFORMANCES


CALL FOR PAPERS, PANELS, DEMONSTRATIONS & PERFORMANCES

DIGITAL ART WEEKS 2006 ETH Zurich

[Kon.[Text]] Symposium
Zurich, Switzerland, Thursday July 13th to Sunday July 16th, 2006

Digital Art Weeks - ETH Zurich - http://www.digitalartweeks.ethz.ch

The Digital Art Weeks PROGRAM (DAW06) is concerned with the application
of digital technology in the arts. Consisting of symposium, workshops
and performances, the program offers insight into current research and
innovations in art and technology as well as illustrating resulting
synergies in a series of performances during the Digital Art Weeks
Festival each year, making artists aware of impulses in technology and
scientists aware of the possibilities of the application of technology
in the arts.

[Kon.[Text]], this year's Digital Art Weeks SYMPOSIUM concerns the use
of the Performative Surround in the arts and the technology that drives
it. The Performative Surround pertains to the immersive quality and
quantity of the setting of a performative artwork that uses electronic
media enhancement. In a series of lectures, demonstrations, panels and
performances, artists and researcher will examine the use of electronic
media in articulating the performer's presence through the
possibilities of the multi-sensuality of electronic media.

The organizers of the Digital Art Weeks ETH Zurich are seeking
presentations, demonstrations and performances on all themes specific
to performance using electronic media that explore a concept of the
Performative Surround. Submissions of both theoretical and empirical
studies are invited from the perspectives of the performing arts and
computer science and as well as other topics relevant areas.

Suggested submission topics for papers, demonstrations and performance
include, but are not limited to the following themes:

1. Media Enhanced Artwork in the areas of Performance, Dance and
Sound-Art
2. Laptop Music (including Live-Coding!) & Film Accompaniment
(Live-Cinema & Re-Scoring)
3. Mobile Art & Music Works that explore Performer Networking and
Audience Participation
4. Net-poetry and literature & computer mediated communication (i.e.,
Hyper-Media Embedding)
5. Grammar- or Syntactically based Software Systems for Multimedia
Systems

DEADLINE FOR ALL PROPOSALS: Friday, March 17, 2006.

Notification of acceptance of proposals will be sent out on or before
Friday, April 7, 2006.

SUBMISSION GUIDELINES

DIGITAL ART WEEKS 2006 (DAW06) is interested in artistic and
theoretical work in the form of:

* Papers, Panels and Presentations can include DVDs, audio CDs,
videotapes, web-sites, etc. Papers and Presentations can be 25 or 45
minutes in length. DAW06 organizers will build panels based on reviews
of materials submitted.

* Proposed artwork to be included in the DAW06 Festival may take the
form of performances with or without media enhancement or be in the
form screenings live or fixed material.

* Applications should not exceed 500 words. Applicants should indicate
one of the festival categories in the subject of the message. Please
include a 200 word max bio.

* All proposals must be submitted in plaintext only format either as an
attachment and/or within the body of the email message.

* In case of Audio and/or Video examples, please provide a valid URL to
a web site containing them.

* If your presentation requires specific technologies, please describe
your needs in detail.

All proposals should be submitted electronically to:
Art Clay - arthur.clay@inf.ethz.ch

or should be sent per mail to:
Art Clay
Computer Systems Institute
ETH Zentrum, RZ H 18
Clausiusstrasse 59
CH-8092 Zurich
Switzerland

All accepted papers will be published on-line in the Digital Art Weeks
digital library.

CONTACTS

DIGITAL ART WEEKS General Requests:
daw-info@inf.ethz.ch

DIGITAL ART WEEKS Chairs:
http://www.jg.inf.ethz.ch/wiki/DAW/Chairs
Jurg Gutknecht
Art Clay
Stefan Muller Arisona

Join the DAW Mailing List:
https://lists.inf.ethz.ch/mailman/listinfo/daw-list

OPPORTUNITY

Fwd: Call DAW06


Deadline:
Thu Jul 13, 2006 00:00

Begin forwarded message:

> From: artclay@bluewin.ch
> Date: 21 January, 2006 9:52:12 PM CET
> Subject: Fwd: Call DAW06
>
>
> DIGITAL ART WEEKS 2006 ETH Zurich
>
> [Kon.[Text]] Symposium
> Zurich, Switzerland, Thursday July 13th to Sunday July 16th, 2006
>
> Digital Art Weeks 2006 ETH Zurich: http://www.digitalartweeks.ethz.ch
> Parallel Event - Interactive Futures, 2006
> http://cfisrv.finearts.uvic.ca/interactivefutures/
> Co-sponsor - Computer Systems Institute ETH Zurich:
> http://www.jg.inf.ethz.ch
> Co-sponsor- sitemapping.ch, Swiss Federal Office of Culture:
> http://www.sitemapping.ch
> Research Partner ? The Situated Body http://www.situated-body.net/
>
>
> CALL FOR PAPERS, PANELS, DEMONSTRATIONS & PERFORMANCES
>
> The Digital Art Weeks PROGRAM (DAW06) is concerned with the
> application of
> digital technology in the arts. Consisting of symposium, workshops and
> performances,
> the program offers insight into current research and innovations in
> art and
> technology as well as illustrating resulting synergies in a series of
> performances
> during the Digital Art Weeks Festival each year, making artists aware
> of
> impulses in technology and scientists aware of the possibilities of
> the application
> of technology in the arts.
>
> [Kon.[Text]], this year?s Digital Art Weeks SYMPOSIUM concerns the use
> of
> the Performative Surround in the arts and the technology that drives
> it.
> The Performative Surround pertains to the immersive quality and
> quantity
> of the setting of a performative artwork that uses electronic media
> enhancement.
> Enhanced media art is any artwork that uses electronic media to
> communicate
> in part or in whole its message to the viewer. The viewer may be
> therewith
> integrated into the performative arena through the use of the
> communicative
> powers of the applied media.
>
> In a series of lectures, demonstrations, panels and performances,
> artists
> and researcher will examine the use of electronic media in
> articulating the
> performer?s presence through the possibilities of the multi-sensuality
> of
> electronic media. The possibilities of blurring the divide between
> public
> and performer to bond them through the powers of dissemination and
> inclusion
> inherent within the technology behind the performative surround will
> also
> be considered as well as how communication between both performer and
> public
> can be interactively networked in real time through various forms of
> computer
> enhanced dialoging.
>
> To draw a parallel between the symposium?s title [Kon.[Text]] and the
> phrase
> ?in the body of the text? in terms how both performer and public are
> virtually
> networked by the expansion of the real into virtual, issues in media
> enhanced
> performance and its re-embodiment into the domains of hyper-reality
> will
> be tangibly demonstrated in a series of evening performances.
>
> The organizers of the Digital Art Weeks ETH Zurich are seeking
> presentations,
> demonstrations and performances on all themes specific to performance
> using
> electronic media that explore a concept of the Performative Surround
> in terms
> of how computer-mediated communication and dialog takes place between
> performers
> and viewers and how it tends to aid in dissolving the divide between
> performer
> and viewer. Submissions of both theoretical and empirical studies are
> invited
> from the perspectives of the performing arts and computer science and
> as
> well as other topics relevant to the Performative Surround and it
> technology
> basis. Suggested submission topics for papers, demonstrations and
> performance
> include, but are not limited to the following themes:
>
> 1.Media Enhanced Artwork in the areas of Performance, Dance and
> Sound-Art
> 2.Laptop Music (including Live-Coding!) & Film Accompaniment
> (Live-Cinema,
> & Re-Scoring)
> 3.Mobile Art & Music Works that explore Performer Networking and
> Audience
> Participation
> 4.Net-poetry and literature & computer mediated communication (i.e.
> Hyper-Media
> Embedding)
> 5.Grammar- or Syntactically based Software Systems for Multimedia
> Systems
>
> The organizers of the Digital Art Weeks ETH Zurich are seeking
> participants
> for a series of PANELS concerning the following themes in relationship
> to
> the Performative Surround:
>
> 1. Software Innovations relevant to all aspects of Computer Mediated
> Communication
> and its application in the performing arts.
> 2. Live Cinema, Expanded Video, Film Rescoring & Immersive Audio Space
> &
> Video Space
> 3. Media Enhanced Performance
> 4 Projects concerning the dissolve of the Performer-Audience & Private
> Space-Pubic
> Space Divide
>
>
> DEADLINE FOR ALL PROPOSALS: Friday, March 17, 2006.
>
> Notification of acceptance of proposals will be sent out on or before
> Friday,
> April 7, 2006.
>
> SPEAKERS / ARTISTS (CONFIRMED)
>
> For an up-to-date list of this years participating speakers and
> artists please
> see:
> http://www.jg.inf.ethz.ch/wiki/DAW/Symposium2006
>
>
> SUBMISSION GUIDELINES
>
> DIGITAL ART WEEKS 2006 (DAW06) is interested in artistic and
> theoretical
> work in the form of
>
> ?Papers, Panels and Presentations can include DVDs, audio CDs,
> videotapes,
> web-sites, etc. Papers and Presentations can be 25 or 45 minutes in
> length.
> DAW06 organizers will build panels based on reviews of materials
> submitted.
>
> ?Proposed artwork to be included in the DAW06 Festival may take the
> form
> of performances with or without media enhancement or be in the form
> screenings
> live or fixed material.
>
> ?Applications should not exceed 500 words. Applicants should indicate
> one
> of the festival categories in the subject of the message. Please
> include
> a 200 word max bio.
> ?All proposals must be submitted in plaintext only format either as
> an attachment
> and/or within the body of the email message.
> ?In case of Audio and/or Video examples, please provide a valid URL
> to a
> web site containing them.
> ?If your presentation requires specific technologies, please describe
> your
> needs in detail.
>
>
> All proposals should be submitted electronically to:
> Art Clay: arthur.clay@inf.ethz.ch
>
> or should be sent per mail to:
> Art Clay
> Computer Systems Institute
> ETH Zentrum, RZ H 18
> Clausiusstrasse 59
> CH-8092 Zurich
> Switzerland
>
>
> FUNDING
>
> THE DIGITAL ART WEEKS does not have funding for travel or
> accommodation.
> Presenters and artists are expected to apply for travel funding from
> their
> home institutions and/or granting bodies. All presenters and artists
> will
> be given a pass to all DIGITAL ART WEEKS events and will have access
> to food
> and drinks at the Conference Center. All presenters and artists will
> be eligible
> for reduced rates at participating hotels.
>
>
> CONTACTS
>
> DIGITAL ART WEEKS Curators:
> General Requests daw-info@inf.ethz.ch
>
> DIGITAL ART WEEKS Chairs:
> Art Clayhttp://www.jg.inf.ethz.ch/wiki/DAW/Chairs
> Stefan Muller Arisonahttp://www.jg.inf.ethz.ch/wiki/DAW/Chairs
>
> INTERACTIVE FUTURES Curators:
> Steve Gibsonsgibson@finearts.uvic.ca
>
> DAW Workshops for 2006:
> http://www.jg.inf.ethz.ch/wiki/DAW/Workshops2006
>
> DAW Mailing List:
> https://lists.inf.ethz.ch/mailman/listinfo/daw-list
>
> Mailing Address:
> Digital Art Weeks
> Computer Systems Institute
> ETH Zentrum, RZ H 18
> Clausiusstrasse 59
> CH-8092 Zurich
> Switzerland
>
> Voice +41 44 632 7233
> Fax +41 44 632 1307
>


DISCUSSION

Hz #7


Hz: http://www.hz-journal.org

Hz #7 presents:

[articles]

Exploding, Plastic and Inevitable: the Rise of Video Art by Jeremy Welsh
Jeremy Welsh, a video artist and professor at the Bergen National
Academy of the Arts, Department of Fine Art, Norway, presents a
condense history of the medium which came to be known as "Video Art."

EVENT

Hz #7


Dates:
Tue Dec 20, 2005 00:00 - Tue Dec 20, 2005

Hz: http://www.hz-journal.org

Hz #7 presents:

[articles]

Exploding, Plastic and Inevitable: the Rise of Video Art by Jeremy Welsh
Jeremy Welsh, a video artist and professor at the Bergen National
Academy of the Arts, Department of Fine Art, Norway, presents a
condense history of the medium which came to be known as "Video Art."


OPPORTUNITY

Call for Articles and Net Art


Deadline:
Tue Nov 15, 2005 00:00

Call for Articles and Net Art

On-line journal Hz (www.hz-journal.org) is looking for articles on New Media, Net Art, Sound Art and Electro-Acoustic Music. We accept earlier published and unpublished articles in English. Please send your submissions to hz-journal@telia.com

Hz is also looking for Net Art works to be included in its virtual gallery (www.hz-journal.org/netg). Please send your URLs to hz-journal@telia.com

Dead-line: 15 November

Hz is published by the non-profit organization Fylkingen in Stockholm. Established in 1933, Fylkingen has been known for introducing yet-to-be-established art forms throughout its history. Nam June Paik, Stockhausen, Cage, etc. have all been introduced to the Swedish audience through Fylkingen. Its members consist of leading composers, musicians, dancers, performance artists and video artists in Sweden. For more information on Fylkingen, please visit http://www.fylkingen.se/fylkeng.html or http://www.hz-journal.org/n4/hultberg.html

Sachiko Hayashi/Hz