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|<nettime-ann> Symposium: New Materialisms and Digital Culture-event in Cambridge, at Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge (UK), June 21 (and 22nd)|
.Title: New Materialisms and Digital Culture-event in Cambridge, at Anglia Ruskin University, June 21 (and 22nd)
New Materialisms and Digital Culture
An International Symposium on Contemporary Arts, Media and
Please register your place here: https://store.anglia.ac.uk/events/eventdetails.asp?eventid=37
June 21, Monday
10.00 Welcome and what is new materialism, Milla Tiainen and Jussi Parikka
Anna Powell (
Iris van der Tuin (
13.45 Stamatia Portanova (Birkbeck): The materiality of the abstract (or how movement-objects ‘thrill’ the world)
Eleni Ikoniadou: Transversal digitality and the relational dynamics of a new materialism
Gill (Anglia Ruskin/CoDE and
David Berry (
Adrian Mackenzie (
17.00 closing and a break
Open launch and drinks event for the Digital Performance laboratory (CoDE,
Music and Performing Arts, Anglia Ruskin) and a science-arts interdisciplinary
performance Triggered. Recital-hall,
'Triggered' showcases the results of a practice-as-research project into methods of interdisciplinary collaboration between a group of contemporary dancers, musicians and music technologists. The nature of this collaboration has allowed performance to emerge from artists and disciplines interacting and responding to each other. The bespoke technologies used in the project enable sophisticated dialogue between movement and sound, between music composition and choreography. The nature of interaction and narratives created are key areas of investigation and these areas will explored in a workshop on the second day of the conference. Performing, choreographing, composing and building the production are Cheryl Frances-Hoad, Tom Hall, Richard Hoadley, Jane Turner & dance company.
Day 2 (June 22)
New materialism: art, science, media –workshop with selected PhD students with
Dr Iris van der Tuin and Rick Dolphijn, along with Milla Tiainen and Jussi Parikka
14.00 an experimental performance/HCI workshop and interaction possibility with Jane Turner, Cheryl Frances-Hoad, Dr Satinder Gill, Dr Richard Hoadley and Dr Tom Hall.
Director of CoDE: the Cultures of the Digital Economy-research Institute
Reader in Media Theory & History
Among the academic disciplines now rated 'World-leading' are Allied Health Professions & Studies; Art & Design; English Language & Literature; Geography & Environmental Studies; History; Music; Psychology; and Social Work & Social Policy & Administration.
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