The third edition of the Computer Art Congress invites artists, intellectuals, engineers and scientists to share and discuss their imaginations, creations, inventions and visions of the post digital art.
The world has never before appropriated technology in the same way as has happened with the digital technologies. This technology has penetrated and almost dominated , different facets of our everyday life: cognitive, cultural, economic, psychological, social,…
CAC.3 could be considered as an intellectual therapy that challenge actors of the society to rethink their innovative approaches and the way they perceive the world, to explore new dimensions of our space, to go forward, to trace their own path, to be followed or follow. CAC.3 count on the abilities of artists to explore digital and extra digital spaces in order to anticipate new technological issues that can influence our post-digital world.
The organization expects:
- Paper presentations
- Panel discussions
- Art Installations and exhibitions
This event aims to:
- Offer artistic and intellectual performances designed from a Socio-Technological Innovation Perspective
- Encourage collaborative approaches between technological innovation and artistic-sights
- Discuss a new artistic and innovative experience for rethinking new possible perspectives
Alan Dunning, Alok b. Nandi, Annick Bureaud, Charlie Gere, Christian Jacquemin, , Everardo Reyes, Frank Dufour, Iliana Hernández, Jack Stenner, Jeffrey Shaw, Frank Dufour, Joseph Nechvatal, Khaldoun Zreik, Lev Manovich, Luisa Paraguai, Marc Veyrat, Maurice Benayoun, Mirko Tobias Schaefer, Nils Aziosmanoff, Pau Alsina, Paul Woodrow, Paul Klein, Paul Magee, Pierre Boulanger, Reza Beheshti, Ricardo Mbarkho, Richard Coyne, Robert Woodbury, Robin Gareus, Ron Burnett, Roy Ascott, Richard Coyne, Stuart Moulthrop, Tania Fraga
Organizers:Khaldoun Zreik, Robin Gareus
Where and when:
Deadline for submissions:
June 4th, 2012 June 18th, 2012