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Subject:

DRHA 2010 Conference - Call for Papers

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Ghislaine Boddington <[log in to unmask]>

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CALL FOR PAPERS AND PERFORMANCES
DRHA 2010 Conference: Digital Resources for the Humanities and Arts
Sunday 5th September - Wednesday 8th September 2010
Brunel University, West London
www.drha2010.org.uk

CONFERENCE THEME: Sensual Technologies: Collaborative Practices of  
Interdisciplinarity
The conference’s overall theme will be the exploration of the  
collaborative relationship between the body and sensual/sensing  
technologies across various disciplines. In this respect it will offer  
an interrogation of practices that are indebted to the innovative  
exchange between the sensual, visceral and new technologies.

At the same time, the aim is to look to new approaches offered by  
various emerging fields and practices that incorporate new and  
existing technologies. Specific examples of areas for discussion could  
include:

·       Delineation of new collaborative practices and the interchange  
of knowledge
·       Collaborative interdisciplinary practices of embodiment and  
technology
·       Integration/deployment of digital resources in new contexts
·       Connections and tensions that exist between the Arts,  
Humanities and Science
·       Notions of the ‘solitary’ and the ‘collaborative’ across the  
Arts, Humanities, and Sciences
·       eScience in the Arts and Humanities
·       Use of digital resources in collaborative creative work,  
teaching,
learning and scholarship
·       Open source and second generation Web infrastructure
·       Digital media in time and space
·       Music and technology: composition and performance
·       Dance and interactive technologies
·       Taking inspiration from SET: imaging, GPS and mobile  
technologies
·       Evaluating the experience among providers and users /  
performers and audiences
·       Interface Design and HCI
·       Performative Practices in SecondLife or other virtual platforms
·       New critical paradigms for the conference’s theme
Confirmed Keynote Speakers:

- Richard Coyne - Professor of Architectural Computing at the  
University of Edinburgh.
- Christopher Pressler: Director of Research and Learning Resources  
and Director of the Centre for Research Communications, University of  
Nottingham.
- Thecla Schiphorst: Media Artist/Designer and Faculty Member in the  
School of Interactive Arts and Technology. Simon Fraser University,  
Vancouver, Canada.
- STELARC, Chair in Performance Art at Brunel University and Senior  
Research, Fellow in the MARCS Labs at the University of Western Sydney.

The DRHA (Digital Resources for the Humanities and Arts) conference is  
held annually at various academic venues throughout the UK. This  
year’s conference is hosted by Brunel University, West London. It will  
take place from Sunday 5th September to Wednesday 8th September 2010.  
It will be held across various innovative spaces, including the newly  
expanded Boiler House laboratory facilities, housed in the Antonin  
Artaud Building, and state of the art conference facilities plus high  
standard accommodation.


SUBMISSIONS:

We invite original papers, panels, installations, performances,  
workshop sessions and other events that address the conference theme,  
with particular attention to the ‘Sensual Technologies’ focus. We  
encourage proposals for innovative and non-traditional session formats.

DRHA 2010 will include a SecondLife roundtable/discussion event, led  
by performance artist Stelarc, which will enable international  
participants to present performative work via Second Life. For this  
event, we particular encourage submission of Machinima works that can  
be screened as part of this panel.

Short presentations, for example work-in-progress, are invited for  
poster presentations.

Anyone wishing to submit a performance or installation should visit http://www.drha2010.org.uk 
  for information about the spaces and technical equipment and support  
available.

All proposals - whether papers, performance or other - should reflect  
the critical engagement at the heart of DRHA 2010.

The deadline for submissions will be 31 March 2010.

Abstracts should be between 600 - 1000 words.

Letters of acceptance will be sent by 15th May 2010, when the  
conference registration will be opened.

Please see http://www.drha2010.org.uk for all relevant information and  
online submission.

Programme Committee member
Ghislaine Boddington
http://www.bodydataspace.net
http://www.rescen.net/Ghislaine_Boddington/index.html
http://www.robotsandavatars.net/

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