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미디어아트에 관한 국제 컨퍼런스 소식입니다.
2005년 Banff에서 진행되었던 'Re:fresh'과 그 이후 Re:place in Berlin(2007), Re:live in Melbourne(2009) 등등 국제적으로 이슈화된 컨퍼런스를 개최했던 본 행사는 금년에는 리버풀의 FACT(Foundation for Art and Creative Technology)'에서 개최됩니다.

지난 1월말까지 관련 논문을 공모했던 이번 행사는 4일 동안 진행됩니다. (28th September - 1st October 2011)
관심있는 분들은 아래 링크를 참조하시기 바랍니다.

** 현재 온라인으로 티켓 구입을 할 수 있으니다.(관련 정보는 아래...)


Media Art History 2011 - REWIRE
Fourth International Conference on the Histories of Media Art, Science and Technology
Liverpool, 28th September - 1st October 2011

Host: FACT (Foundation for Art and Creative Technology), Liverpool
In collaboration with academic partners: Liverpool John Moores University, CRUMB at the University of Sunderland, the Universities of the West of Scotland and Lancaster, and the Database of Virtual Art at the Dept. for Image Science.

Following the success of Media Art History 05 Re:fresh in Banff, Media Art History 07 Re:place in Berlin and Media Art History 09 Re:live in Melbourne, Media Art History 11 Rewire will host three days of keynotes, panels and poster sessions.

Media Art History 2011 - Rewire will increase the voltage and ignite key debates within the internationally distributed network of histories, which takes account of the questions surrounding documentation and methodologies, materiality, and agency. Rewire aims to up the current to illuminate the British contribution to media art, and by looking at our industrial heritage and contribution to the history of computing technologies themselves, we will open the discussion to how these contributions are manifested internationally. Considering the international scope of the histories of media art, science and technology, Rewire is also listed as part of the “McLuhan in Europe” programme, and will take place concurrently with The Asia Triennial in Manchester and Abandon Normal Devices, the North West’s festival of new cinema and digital culture which returns to Liverpool in September 2011. The reviewers especially welcome proposals for presentations that resonate thematically with these events.

Chaired by Professor Mike Stubbs, Director of FACT, the panels at Rewire will be led by co-chairs - Paul Brown (Sussex, Deakin), Dr. Sarah Cook (CRUMB), Colin Davies (LJMU), Dr. Charlie Gere (Lancaster), Prof. Andy Miah (UWS), Prof. Ed Shanken (UvA) - on areas of their own expertise, and submissions will be juried by the co-chairs together with Rewire’s International Advisory Committee of leading academics, artists and industry professionals.

International Advisory Committee:
Steven BALL, Tatiana BAZZICHELLI, Stuart COMER, Sean CUBITT, Dieter DANIELS, Sara DIAMOND, Vince DZIEKAN, Charles ESCHE, Sarah FISHER, Jean GAGNON, Graham HARWOOD, Erkki HUHTAMO, Nick LAMBERT, Debbi LANDER, Tapio MAKELA, Chris MEIGH-ANDREWS, Frieder NAKE, Taylor NUTTALL, Steve PARTRIDGE, Christiane PAUL, Ned ROSSITER, Paul SERMON, Jinsuk SUH, Brett STALBAUM, Julian STALLABRASS, Atau TANAKA, Andrea ZAPPPARTRIDGE, Christiane PAUL, Ned ROSSITER, Paul SERMON, Jinsuk SUH, Brett STALBAUM, Julian STALLABRASS, Atau TANAKA, Andrea ZAPP

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Early Bird Tickets to the Rewire Conference 2011 are now available for online purchase. These tickets are available for only £99 + booking fee for a limited period only. We encourage those who are eager to attend to book their tickets as soon as possible. Tickets can be purchased HERE.

http://www.mediaarthistory.org/rewire/


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