This was a roundtable discussion for the end of the ‘Incidental Person’ exhibition curated by Antony Hudek at Apexart in February 2010.
It is probably one of the only documents of Barbara Steveni (Artist Placement Group) and Julie Martin (Experiments in Art and Technology) speaking about their commonalities and differences at the same event. This event includes the critic Claire Bishop who wrote about APG for her book ‘Artificial Hells”. If you would like to know more about this exhibition go to the link below.
4:00 p.m. Friday, November 15
The Commons at Spooner Hall
This week’s lineup:
Ebenezer Obadare (Sociology): Christian-Muslim Relations in Nigeria
Jacob Dorman (American Studies/History): African American Islam
Margaret Pearce (Geography): Cartography is language
Barbara Timmermann (Medicinal Chemistry): Drug Discovery from Nature
Matt Burke (Visual Art): Authorship in the Creative Realm
Red Hot Research is a series of research sharing sessions that aims to introduce KU researchers to the work of their colleagues, stimulating multidisciplinary inquiry and the formation of new collaborative research teams. The format of Red Hot Research sessions is inspired by Pecha Kucha.
Technarte, the International Conference on Art and Technology
(Bilbao, Spain, May 29-30, 2014)
Technarte is an annual conference that aims to present technological developments that enhance a broader expression of modern art and to provide a forum for debate and reflection between technology and art. Technarte is currently seeking artists, researchers, developers, engineers and other experts in technology who have developed an interesting and innovative project on art and technology to participate in next year’s conference. Deadline to submit: 17 November 2013. Find out more at www.technarte.org/en/detalle_noticias.php?id=30.
Interdisciplinary Studies section, Michigan Academy of Science, Arts, & Letters
(Oakland University, Rochester, Michigan, Feb. 28, 2014)
Accepting panel, poster, and paper proposals on any interdisciplinary topic. Special interest in studies that discuss/employ/integrate science, social sciences, arts and/or humanities. In particular:
- problem-based work that explicitly employs/integrates two or more disciplines
- explicit integration of quantitative and qualitative research
- explicitly interdisciplinary perspectives on mortality and/or identity
- explicitly interdisciplinary work on creativity
- interdisciplinary methods or media as applied to scholarship
- integration of scholarly research and autobiography, including psychobiography
Please submit a 200 word abstract at themichiganacademy.org.