THE FOURTEENTH BIENNIAL SYMPOSIUM ON ARTS AND TECHNOLOGY
February 27, 28 and March 1, 2014
THE AMMERMAN CENTER FOR ARTS AND TECHNOLOGY AT CONNECTICUT COLLEGE
Call for Commissioned Works, Curatorial Proposals, Papers, Music Compositions, Art Works, Performance Works, Video and Film
THEME: Presence, Immersion and Location
The Ammerman Center seeks submissions in the general areas of creative and performative use of new technologies; compositional and artistic processes; innovative uses of common technologies in the arts; new media art; interactivity; new media and critical discourse; interactive design; technology in arts education, as well as all interdisciplinary topics in arts and technology including but not restricted to combinations of: art, music, video, film, theater, dance, immersive and interactive systems, algorithms, computational methods, and hybrid technologies. For all of the arts categories, we encourage works, through their form and content, demonstrate critical engagement with the methods and impact of current developments in science, technology and techno-culture.
Highlights of the symposium will include keynote address by Golan Levin (Director, Frank-Ratchye STUDIO for Creative Inquiry, Carnegie Mellon University) and featured performance, 'The Language of the Future', by Laurie Anderson, multimedia performance artist.
Symposium will include commissioned works, papers, panels, keynote, installations, multimedia performances, a curated gallery and screenings.
Participating theoreticians, artists and researchers are encouraged to relate their work to the theme or to a wider context and engage in critical debate.
For complete symposium description, commission guidelines, submission information, and deadlines, please go to:www.conncoll.edu/CAT/sym2014