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The Future of Media

This year's free Symposium on the State of Interactive Media, accompanied by an exhibition of innovative postgraduate work

The symposium is a showcase of research projects by the Centre's staff and postgraduate researchers. The theme of these wide-ranging presentations is the tendency of media to escape from the traditional boxes of the computer and TV and become multimodal, physical and pervasive.

This symposium will be of value to anyone who needs to consider our relationship to media and technology.

The programme is currently being finalised. In one day it will cover an exceptional range including practice-based research, design and art, the use of historical and futuristic research methods, offering a thought-provoking insight into the future. Guests will be very welcome to engage in dialogue about the work.

Presentations are expected to include:
+ Ihnatowicz and onward: the past and future of robotic art
+ Talking and singing to computers
+ Dancing with technology
+ Eye-tracking the film viewer
+ The margins of the city: an artist collaborates with social scientists in the Vivacity2020 project
+ Film as performance
+ Location-sensitive radio


Multiple speakers | talks


Date and Time:

17 September 2007 at 10:30 am


Full Day



Lansdown Centre for Electronic Arts
Middlesex University
Cat Hill
020 8411 5072

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Please register in advance by emailing Stephen Boyd Davis: s.boyd-davis@mdx.ac.uk . Please include "Symposium" in the subject.

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