Call: ISEA 2008

contributions from musicology, sound studies, media art and many more are called for:

This is a gentle reminder that the submission deadline for ISEA2008
call for papers, artists and panel presentations will close on 14 Nov


(This is during the Sailing4Geeks project I was part of at ISEA 2004)

International Symposium on Electronic Arts 2008 -ISEA2008 – is seeking
both peer- reviewed individual papers and panel presentations. This
year we are also encouraging artists who wish to share their works
with a broader audience of their peers to submit artist presentations
where they can speak about the specific aesthetic, conceptual and
technological aspects of their works.

We welcome contributions from creative practitioners and researchers
from a variety of disciplines and institutional contexts as media arts
benefits from and exemplifies the interdisciplinary linkages between
contemporary art, science, technology and their related philosophies,
pedagogies and institutional practices. The submissions must address
or be of relevance to at least one of the themes of ISEA2008 in order
to be considered for inclusion in the conference.
The conference will be of interest to those working in but not limited
to the following areas: media art, contemporary art, design, art
history and theory, film and media studies, gaming, toy design,
human-computer interaction, cultural studies, literary studies,
musicology, sound studies, theatre, dance and performance studies,
science, technology and society studies, history of science and
history of technology, philosophy, history, gender studies, political
science, anthropology, sociology and geography.

For more information on the themes and for the submission link, please
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