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CALL: Visioning Technologies – the Architectures of Sight. Routledge Tyalor&Francis

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Colleagues, the book “Visioning Technologies – the Architectures of Sight” is now available. Please pass it on to your libraries. Follow on calls are also open. Thanks

https://www.routledge.com/Visioning-Technologies-The-Architectures-of-Sight/Cairns/p/book/9781472454966


CALL FOR CONTRIBUTIONS. There are two book chapter calls related to this:

1.  The Visioning Technologies book comes out of an AMPS / T&F collaboration. A follow-on book is proposed as part of the conference:

MOVING IMAGES – STATIC SPACES?

Dates: 12-13 April 2018
Place: Altinbaş University (Istanbul Kemerburgaz University) Turkey

ABSTRACT DEADLINE: 30 JANURARY 2017

http://architecturemps.com/istanbul/


2. A second book is being developed from these conference papers as part of the AMPS led Mediated Cities series with Intellect Books. It welcomes contributions on social interaction in 'virtual spaces' broadly defined: 

https://www.intellectbooks.co.uk/books/view-Series,id=41/ 


Submissions for both publications via the conference.  
Thanks.
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Conference: 
Moving Images – Static Spaces? 

Speakers:
The first keynote speaker is François Penz. DIGIS: Digital Studio for Research in Design, Visualisation and Communication, University of Cambridge.

Other invited speakers from Google and Apple. 

Previous speakers at Mediated City events from TESLA, GENSLER, Arnolfini Centre for Contemporary 
Arts, Principals of Media Policy Center, Institute of Communications Research, RIBA CABE, European Council of Spatial Planners – Conseil européen des urbaniste



Themes:
This conference seeks to explore the changing intersection of architecture, urban environments and the moving image from multiple angles. It welcomes: architects, urban designers, filmmakers, animators, video artists, computer programmers, cinematographers, interior designers, gamers, cultural theorists and more.

Presentations:
Film/Video: Pre-recorded films of 20 minute duration. 
Skype: This option allows delegates to engage with the audience directly through Q&A.
In-person: Delegates are also welcome to attend the event and present in-person.

Organisers:
AMPS (Architecture Media Politics Society)
PARADE (Publication and Research in Art, Architecture, Design and Environments)
Altinbaş University (Istanbul Kemerburgaz University) 

http://architecturemps.com/istanbul/

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