20.279 CHArt 2006

From: Humanist Discussion Group (by way of Willard McCarty willard.mccarty_at_kcl.ac.uk>
Date: Wed, 25 Oct 2006 08:07:09 +0100

               Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 20, No. 279.
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   [1] From: Willard McCarty <willard.mccarty_at_kcl.ac.uk> (106)
         Subject: CHArt 22nd annual conference

   [2] From: Willard McCarty <willard.mccarty_at_kcl.ac.uk> (55)
         Subject: CHArt bursaries

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         Date: Wed, 25 Oct 2006 07:51:08 +0100
         From: Willard McCarty <willard.mccarty_at_kcl.ac.uk>
         Subject: CHArt 22nd annual conference

LAST CALL FOR CONFERENCE BOOKINGS! SOME PLACES STILL AVAILABLE AT CHART
2006.

CHArt TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL CONFERENCE
CLORE LECTURE THEATRE, BIRKBECK COLLEGE LONDON (CONFIRMED VENUE)

FAST FORWARD: Art History, Curation and Practice After Media
Thursday 9 - Friday 10 November 2006

- PROGRAMME -

Since its foundation in 1985 CHArt has closely followed the extraordinary
developments in arts computing that have taken place over nearly two
decades. The twenty-second CHArt conference will reflect upon the
unprecedented ways that media. particularly 'new media', are transforming
our understanding of the world and of ourselves. The CHArt 2006 program
addresses the possibilities and challenges of these changes, as they affect
visual culture.

KEYNOTE ADDRESS Bruce Wands, Director, New York Digital Salon, New York,
USA.

THURSDAY 9 NOVEMBER

SESSION 1
Steps of New Media Art at the Venice Biennale, 1960s to 1990s.
Francesca Franco, Birkbeck College, University of London, UK.

Electronic Civil Disobedience: The SWARM case.
Fidele Vlavo, London South Bank University, London, UK.

SESSION 2
User Requirements for a 'Virtual Arts Centre of the Future'.
Katrien Berte and Peter Mechant, Department of Communication Sciences, Ghent
University, Belgium.

The Digital Space of the Teatro Olimpico: A New Environment for Interactive
Arts.
Daniela Sirbu, University of Lethbridge, Canada.

SESSION 3
New Futures in Net Art: Discovering Emergent Art Historical Technique in Net
Art Contextualisation.
Charlotte Frost, Birkbeck College, University of London, UK.

'High Archive Fever': The Internet and Art Historical Research in China.
Adele Tan, Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London, UK.

Aesthetics and Interactive Art
Karen Cham, The Open University, UK.

SESSION 4
Panel Session
Approaches to the Practice of Curating New Media Art.
Sarah Cook, Beryl Graham and Ele Carpenter, CRUMB, University of Sunderland.

FRIDAY 11 NOVEMBER

SESSION 5
Preservation of Net Art in Museums.
Anne Laforet, University of Avignon, France.

Preserving and Recovering Computer Art: Reconstructing Data or the Artwork.
Nick Lambert, Birkbeck College, University of London, UK.

Conservation and Preservation in the Post-Media Phase: A Suggested Strategy
Theory.
Timothy Mohn, Pratt Institute Digital Arts Laboratory, New York, USA.

SESSION 6
When Presence and Absence Turn into Pattern and Randomness: Can You See Me
Now?
Maria Chatzichristodoulou (maria x), Goldsmiths College, University of
London, UK.

Embodying Judgment: New Media and Art Criticism.
Daniel Palmer, Monash University, Melbourne, Australia.

SESSION 7 CHARADE:
The Peer-To-Peer Distribution of Media Assets Into the Public at Large.
Simon Pope, Goldsmiths College, University of London, UK.

A Blueprint of Bacterial Life - Can a Science-Art Fusion Move the Boundaries
of Visual and Audio Interpretation?
Elaine Shemilt, University of Dundee, Scotland.

SESSION 8
No Thanks to the Dictionary: Visualising Language in the Post-Medium Age.
Philip Klobucar, Vancouver, Canada.

'You Are Here': Locative Media and the Body As Networked Site.
Alicia Cornwell, Tufts University, Massachusetts, USA.

DEMONSTRATIONS
EdiNA (Edinburgh University Data Library), Paula Cuccurullo.

The booking form is available online on www.chart.ac.uk. Conference Fees
(pounds sterling) - include coffee/tea breaks and lunch. Send bookings to:
Hazel Gardiner, CHArt, CCH, Kings College London, Kay House, 7 Arundel
Street, WC2R 3DX, tel: +44 (0)20 7848 2013, fax: +44 (0)20 7848 2980,
hazel.gardiner_at_kcl.ac.uk (please use the subject heading CHArt Conference
2006 in any email queries).

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Hazel Gardiner
Senior Project Officer
AHRC ICT Methods Network
Centre for Computing in the Humanities
Kings College
Kay House, 7 Arundel Street
WC2R 3DX

+44 (0)20 7848 2013
hazel.gardiner_at_kcl.ac.uk
www.methodsnetwork.ac.uk

Dr Willard McCarty | Reader in Humanities
Computing | Centre for Computing in the
Humanities | King's College London | Kay House, 7
Arundel Street | London WC2R 3DX | U.K. | +44
(0)20 7848-2784 fax: -2980 ||
willard.mccarty_at_kcl.ac.uk www.kcl.ac.uk/humanities/cch/wlm/

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         Date: Wed, 25 Oct 2006 07:53:21 +0100
         From: Willard McCarty <willard.mccarty_at_kcl.ac.uk>
         Subject: CHArt bursaries

STUDENT BURSARIES FOR CHART 2006 - LAST CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS - DEADLINE 1
NOVEMBER 2006

The AHRC ICT Methods Network (www.methodsnetwork.ac.uk), which exists to
promote and support the use of advanced ICT methods in arts and humanities
research, is generously offering a limited number of bursaries to
post-graduate students who wish to attend the 2006 CHArt conference, FAST
FORWARD: Art History, Curation and Practice After Media (programme below)
The conference takes place on Thursday 9 - Friday 10 November 2006 at the
Clore Lecture Theatre, Birkbeck College, Torrington Square, London, WC1 7HX.

Applications for bursaries are sought from post-graduate students registered
at UK Universities whose research interests are grounded in areas covered by
CHArt. These include: the application of ICT to the study of art and the
history of art; new media theory and new art practice; creation and curation
of digital scholarly and image resources including those in museums,
galleries or libraries, and other areas which may be considered to be within
CHArt's sphere of interest.

The bursaries are intended to help towards conference expenses. Successful
applicants will be able to claim funds up to a total of 200 toward the cost
of conference fees, accommodation and travel.

The application requires the submission of a brief statement of interest
(approximately 500 words) outlining your current studies and research
interests and detailing how attending CHArt might support you in your
research.

If you wish to apply for a bursary please register for the CHARt conference
in the first instance. The CHArt conference programme, abstracts and booking
form are available on the CHArt website (www.chart.ac.uk). Please provide
the following details on a separate document when you submit your booking
form. Email submissions are acceptable.

Name:
HE Institution:
Department:
MA course or Ph.D. title:
Preferred Contact Address:
Telephone:
Email:
Statement of interest:(max. 500 words)

Bursary winners are also asked to submit a brief report following the
conference.

CHArt conference costs are as follows:
CHArt Student Member:
Two days 60
One day 40

Student Non-member:
Two days 80
One day 50

Please address any enquiries to Hazel Gardiner, CHArt, Centre for Computing
in the Humanities, Kings College, Kay House, 7 Arundel Street, WC2R 3DX.
020 7848 2013, hazel.gardiner_at_kcl.ac.uk

Dr Willard McCarty | Reader in Humanities=20
Computing | Centre for Computing in the=20
Humanities | King's College London | Kay House, 7=20
Arundel Street | London WC2R 3DX | U.K. | +44=20
(0)20 7848-2784 fax: -2980 ||=20
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