Sounds, Images and Data 2015 is a conference that analyzes the role of the artists and curators in creating new experiences and aesthetics in the 21st century. By mixing a series of contemporary technologies, social media practices and innovative approaches both to curating and artistic practices, contemporary creators and commentators are envisaging and constructing a different world where different strands collide. These practices could be defined as convergent, but they actually bring a complexity to the field of studies that cannot be subsumed under an homologating system, rather it appears to produce multiple and sometimes contradictory aesthetics.
The conference will analyze the following themes, but will be open to a wide range of proposals in the field that tackle the issues from a variety of perspectives.
Curating Sounds, Images and Data
Artistic Practices in Sounds, Images and Data
Theories of Sounds, Images and Data
Aesthetics of Sounds, Images and Data
Convergence or Divergence?
Experimental Practices of Sounds, Images and Data
Sounds, Images and Data in Relation to Traditional Practices
The conference is a collaboration between New York University, Steinhardt School and Goldsmiths, University of London.
Chairs: Lanfranco Aceti and Tae Hong Park.
More information on: http://ocradst.org/sid2015/call-for-papers/
300 to 500 words abstract submissions. Please send your submissions to: email@example.com
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Deadline: March 20, 2015.
Peer Reviewing: the abstracts will be peer reviewed by an international panel of experts in the field. All information with instructions will be provided via the newsletter http://eepurl.com/OUZBn.