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@: Joe Crowley Student Union Theater, third floor,
UNR Campus
Admission: FREE
Oct. 18 Thursday
8:30am–3:30pm
15 graduate and Phd level media artists from throughout the world gather to present live and via skype about their respective creative production.
UNR logo
8:30 – 8:45 am
Intro comments David Ake, Director School of the Arts Joseph DeLappe, Director, Prospectives ‘12.
8:50 – 10:50 am
First Panel
(15-20 minutes each speaker)

Moderator: Pete Froslie, Assistant Professor,
University of Oklahoma
Michelle Lewis-King,
website
Transparencies: A Critical Survey of Contemporary ‘Interfaces’

Anglia Ruskin University, UK
Brent Richardson,
website
Finding
the Balance:
Humanity/
TechnologyBrent

University
of Oklahoma
Richard Wheeler,
website
Points of Interest in Washoe County as Defined by Commercial Satellite Imagery Collection, 1986-2011

University
of California Los Angeles
Varvara Guljajeva,
website
Open Knitting
in the context of Digital Fabrication

Estonian
Art Academy,
Estonia
Matt
Richardson,

website
The Descriptive Camera: Taking Pictures That You Can Read

NYU
Tisch School
of the Arts
Spatial Relativity – The Poetics of Mediated Space, 2011, F. Myles Sciotto
Spatial Relativity is a new evolution of Alternity,
an ongoing investigation into new architectural constructs and spatial interfaces which translate realtime bio-Data into spatial experiences. Exploring the ability to inform our surroundings with our presence within them. This new iteration experiments with the development of real-time
EEG data translated into virtual surfaces which generate and mutate enclosed spaces. The user is able to move through the space and explore multiple rooms each with unique parameters and criteria ranging from color and density, to texture and surface articulation. A spatial soundScape is also generated from the data and accompanies the journey. Narrating the visual with the aural.
11:00 – 1:00 pm
Second Panel
(15-20 minutes each speaker)

Moderator: Tony Allard, Performance Artist, Writer, Teacher, CSU San Marcos
Austin
Stewart,

website
Unattended Baggage,
a consideration of the human behind an act
of terror

Ohio State University
Benjamin Poynter,
website
A Serious Game

University
of Nevada,
Reno
Jeanne
Jo,

website
Database Cinema and Experimental Narrative

University
of Southern California
Pete
Wardle,

website
Second Selves: Investigations into identity in Second Life

University
of Salford, UK
Jordan Perkins-Lewis,
website
Art in the Information Epoch

San Francisco State University
12:50 – 1:30 pm
Break
1:30 – 3:30 pm
Third Panel
(15-20 minutes each speaker)

Moderator: TBA
Morehshin Allahyari,
website
The Romantic Self-Exiles

University
of North Texas
Raphael
Arar,

website
Amalgamation and Displacement: Art that Spans Time and Media

California Institute
of the Arts
Conor
Peterson,

website
As of yet untitled

University
of New Mexico
F. Myles Sciotto,
website
Architectural and Spatial Feedback

University
of California Santa Barbara
Annie
Wan,

website
Around the Corner, an Alternative Locative Experience

University
of Washington
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