Amanda Matulick on Thu, 15 Oct 2009 18:12:38 +0200 (CEST)

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<nettime-ann> Super Human Symposium Program

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The Australian Network for Art and Technology presents Super Human: Revolution Of The Species Symposium
BMW Edge, Federation Square, Melbourne Australia


8.30am - Registration Desk open (also open Sunday 22 Nov, 3pm - 5pm)

9.30am - Welcome and Introductions

9.45am - Keynote
Barbara Maria Stafford, USA
Transparency or the New Invisibility; the Business of Making Connections

10.50am - Morning Tea

11.10am - Panel
Michele Barker, Australia
Enacting New Media: the Consequences of Embodied Perception on New Media Arts Practice
Dolores Steinman, Canada
New Visual Paradigms in Medical Representations of the Body
Kathryn Hoffmann, USA
Bone Flowers and Wax Girls: Imaginaries of the Body Across Anatomy and Art

12.40pm - Lunch Break

1.40pm - Keynote
Ju Gosling, UK
Super Human Rights

2.45pm - Panel
Kathy Cleland, Australia
Prosthetic Identities and Virtual Cyborgs
Natasha Vita-More, USA
The Sciences and Technologies of Human Enhancement

3.50pm - Afternoon Tea

4.10pm - Panel
Tina Gonsalves, Australia
The Chameleon Project
Mari Velonaki, Australia
Engagement, Trust and Intimacy: Interactions Between a Human and a Robot
Reva Stone, Canada
Past and Possible Future Selves

6.00pm - 8.00pm - Networking Function at Feddish, Federation Square


10.00am - Keynote
Junichi Ushiba, Japan
Brain-Machine Interface into Virtual Worlds

11.05am - Morning Tea

11.25am - Panel
Jonathan Duckworth, Australia
Embodiment and Play: Designing an Interactive Art System for Movement Rehabilitation
Danielle Wilde, Australia
Swing That Thing...Extending our Poetic and Expressive Potential

12.35pm - Lunch Break

1.35pm - Keynote
Tami Spector, USA

2.40pm - Panel
Leah Heiss, Australia
Informing the Development of Therapeutic Nanotechnologies through Creative Practice
Svenja Kratz, Australia
Transformative Transgressions: Biotechnology, Personal Experience, Ethics and Art
Alexandra Daisy Ginsberg, UK
The Synthetic Kingdom

4.10pm - Afternoon Tea

4.30pm - Keynote
Paul Brown, Australia/UK
Symposium Interlocutor


ANAT is assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council its arts funding and advisory body, by the South Australian Government through Arts SA and the Visual Arts and Craft Strategy, an initiative of the Australian, State and Territory Governments.

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