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Subject:

Art, Design, Technology and the City. University of Kent, Canterbury, UK Conference.

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Sue Gollifer <[log in to unmask]>

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Computer Arts Society <[log in to unmask]>, Sue Gollifer <[log in to unmask]>

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Wed, 11 Sep 2019 14:52:19 +0000

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    All, please find details of the CONNECTIONS conference. Canterbury is a great venue. The themes look at art and design, heritage and architecture. The organisers are working with Intellect Books to develop the fifth book in their ‘Mediated Cities’ series.

    Please share the call widely.

    

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    CONNECTIONS: EXPLORING HERITAGE, ARCHITECTURE, CITIES, ART, MEDIA 

    

    29-30 June 2020.        Abstracts due: 10 February, 2020.

    

    https://architecturemps.com/canterbury-conference/

    

    

    Themes: digital art, film-photography and the city, history and heritage, architectural theory, digital design, smart cities.

    

    Previous conferences in this series were held in London, Los Angeles, Bristol and Istanbul. Four books have been produced as part of the associated publication series by Intellect Books, “Mediated Cities”. Book five will come from this event.

    

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    CALL:

    

    Today the digital is ubiquitous across all disciplines.

    

    In film and animation, digital models create fictitious places on scales unimagined. Installation artists make space interactive through digitising motion, sound and heat. Projection mapping allows artists to reinterpret the past in-situ. Photographers use digital cameras to document city stories. Marketing, technology and communication mediates the city experience 24/7

    

    In architecture, computational design uses algorithms to replicate biology. Coding produces self-generated architectural form. Information modeling presents planners with interactive design in real time. The city is seen as ‘smart’. In addition to informing design today however, the digital age also informs how we understand the past. State-of-the-art equipment for geophysics, laser scanning, and compositional analysis are now key tools for archeologists. Data mapping is used by historians.

    

    As the tools we use to create the future and explore or preserve the past merge and blur, this conferences asks educators and professionals from all disciplines to consider how their work is changing as a result, and how it informs and is informed by the work of others.

    

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    EDUCATION Highlight Notice:

    

    In addition to a book as part of the Intellect “Mediated Cities” series, delegates submitting papers related to teaching and learning will be considered for Routledge book series: “Focus on Design Pedagogy”.

    

    To participate, submit an abstract:    https://architecturemps.com/canterbury-conference/

    

    Organisers: University of Kent, UK | Intellect Books | Routledge | AMPS | PARADE

    

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