I had answered Roger two or 3 days ago but the mail bounced.
So here it is again.
This is excellent news. October 2014 is going to be really
The IEEE has always been supportive in the sense that they
welcomed articles about art in their various journals. I
wrote one about Kitsou Dubois many years ago and the column
was under the direction of Norie Neuman.
I fully agree with you that we need to get out of our
digital art ghetto, in both directions : towards the
science/engineering world and towards the art world.
One question : do you have an idea of the registration fees
for this IEEE conference ? It is usually quite expensive for
the cultural community (digital or analog).
Le 27/10/13 23:35, roger malina a écrit :
> this is early warning that the IEEE visual arts program will
> have sessions at IEEE Vis that will be held in paris on
> 2014- angus forbes who co chairs it says below the call for
> papers will come ouot in january/february 2014 and they are
> keen to have proposals from the art-science community
> one of the strategies that has come out of the SEAD study
> is the need to be more visible and pro active in
> work within science and engineering conferences
> the network science conference has been very welcoming
> and has been hosting the Leonardo Day on arts, humanities
> and complex networks
> ACM with siggraph, sigchi etc has always been open
> the american chemical society has been hosting art science
> its great to see IEEE vis being welcoming also
> do yasminers know of any other science and engineering
> conferences that are welcoming the work of the art science
> community ? this could be a good topic for the yasmin
> list so i am copying it there- if we are serious that
> is important for science and engineering-we need to get out
> of our digital arts ghetto !
> Hi Roger, thanks for linking to the Dataremix paper! In
> your collaboration with Ruth West, a number of other
> presented at the IEEE VIS Arts Program (VISAP 2013) on
> topics. This includes research by Eleanor Gates-Stuart
(of CSIRO) and
> Francesca Samsel (of University of Texas), as well as
> art projects informed by real-time data, immersive
> computational aesthetic evaluation. The full list of
> artworks can be found here:
> We're already planning IEEE VISAP 2014 (in Paris next
October) and it
> would be great to have more contributions from people
> art-science community. We'll make an announcement with a
> in January or February.
> -Angus Forbes, co-chair IEEE VISAPe.com
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