Come join us on Thursday September 7th at 6pm for the private view of Overlap, the degree show for the Goldsmiths MFA/MA Computational Arts programme, with live performances, free drinks, and cutting-edge work from a new generation of computational artists.
Call for submissions – Love and Sex with Robots (LSR2017) – deadline 1 August 2017
Within the fields of Human-Computer Interaction and Human-Robot Interaction, the past few years have witnessed a strong upsurge of interest in the more personal aspects of human relationships with these artificial partners. The International Congress on Love and Sex with Robots provides an excellent opportunity for academics and industry professionals to present and discuss their innovative work and ideas in an academic symposium.
International Conference on Movement and Computing (MOCO17) Call for Practice Work – deadline 23 January 2017
We would like to invite submissions for a wide variety of practice focused work for the 4th International Conference on Movement and Computing (MOCO) which is to be held in London. MOCO is an interdisciplinary conference that explores the use of computational technology to support and understand human movement practice (e.g. computational analysis) as well as movement as a means of interacting with computers (e.g. motion capture, gestural analysis, sensor interfaces).
Call for papers – International Conference on Movement and Computing (MOCO17) – deadline 23 January 2017
——————————————————————————————————————— International Conference on Movement and Computing (MOCO17) Intersecting Art, Meaning, Cognition, Technology ——————————————————————————————————————— 28-30th June, London UK Goldsmiths University of London http://moco17.movementcomputing.org We would like to invite submissions for paper presentations, performances, workshops and more to the 4th International Conference on Movement and Computing (MOCO) which is to be held in London. MOCO is an interdisciplinary conference that explores … Read More
Listening to the End of the World – Goldsmiths, London, 29 October 2016, 1-5pm
A team from the University of Tokyo will present the work of Cyberforest, a unique trans-disciplinary research programme which has been streaming and archiving live sounds, video and other data from the University of Tokyo Forests since 1995. London-based artist collective SoundCamp will curate two panels bringing together artists, academics and naturalists to place this pioneering work in the context of related practices in the UK and beyond. This sharing of ideas and experiences will be the basis for further exchanges and collaborations.
Metasis – Goldsmiths 2016 MA/MFA Computational Arts degree show – London, 8-11 September 2016
Metasis is Goldsmiths 2016 MA/MFA Computational Arts degree show. It is the result of a year of intense study, equally focused on technical and critical aspects of computational arts. The works on show illustrate the versatility of computational applications when introduced to fine art. They demonstrate interactive, generative and procedural techniques, ranging from critiquing the autonomy of the system to the role of the artist.
Queens of Tech: Vinoba Vinayagamoorthy (BBC R&D) – Inventing the TV of the future – London, 30 June 2016
Vinoba is an R&D Engineer for the BBC, working within the Broadcast & Connected Systems team. She thinks up new types of synchronised companion screen experiences for connected homes. Currently, this ranges from building prototypes for new & archived content to running exploratory studies to gauge how our audiences might react to them.
Queens of Tech: Susan Stepney – Can slime mould compute? – London, 23 June 2016
If you have a PC, tablet, or smartphone, you have used a computer. But some people use billard balls, beams of light, sticks of wood, chemicals, bacteria, slime moulds, spaghetti, even black holes, as computers (although some of these only in theory). How can these things be computers? What can we do? Can they do things your smartphone can’t? And why are these people using such peculiar things to compute with, anyway?
Challenges of Digital Art for Our Societies: Sean Cubitt, Aesthetics and Anaesthetics: Eudaimonism and Melancholia in the Archive
Sean Cubitt questions the vulnerability of media archives and henceforth our obligation to them. He analyzes the values of media archives today, and what the structure of these values can tell us about the nature of ethical and political obligation in the 21st century.
Research Associate (Digital Creativity Hub) – University of Goldsmiths – deadline 9 October 2015
https://jobs.gold.ac.uk/vacancy/research-associate-digital-creativity-hub-229868.html Department: Computing Vacancy Type: Fixed-Term Full-Time/Part-Time: Full Time Salary: £36,009 – £40,161 Interview Date: w/c 19 October 2015 Contact Details: Rose Hepworth Closing Date: 09/10/2015 Ref No: 171 Documents: Job Description (Word, 38.46kb) The Digital Creativity Hub (DC Hub) is a major (£18 million) investment by two UK research councils, four universities, and over 80 collaborative stakeholder organisations to … Read More
Friction and Fiction: IP, Copyright and Digital Futures – V&A Museum, 26 September 2015, 10am-5pm
Friction and Fiction: IP, Copyright and Digital Futures Victoria & Albert Museum The Lydia and Manfred Gorvy Lecture Theatre 26 September 2015 10:00 – 17:00 This one day symposium takes place in the company of leading writers, technologists, publishers and agents and ask whether the existing framework of publishing copyright can be adequately adapted to meet – and balance – … Read More
Cybernetic Serendipity, Friday Salon at the ICA, London – 3pm, 24 October 2014
What were the immediate and long-term outcomes of the first major British exhibition of computer, electronic and robotic art? As the fiftieth anniversary of Cybernetic Serendipity approaches, this Friday Salon considers its impact in numerous areas of technology and the arts. Speakers include: Dr Jonathan Benthall, Honorary Research Fellow at UCL Dept of Anthropology and formerly Director of the Royal … Read More