Post-Screen Cultures/Practices

A Journal of Media Practice / MeCCSA Practice Network Symposium
Elephant Studios, London South Bank University
Friday 10 June 2016

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Symposium Programme

9.20 – 9.50        Registration
9.50 – 10.00      Welcome
10.00 – 11.30    Parallel Sessions
                         Panel 1: Cinematic Virtual Reality
Mnemophrenia: A Film-essay on the Future of Cinema and Artificial Memories, Eirini Konstantinidou (University of Essex)

Directing for Cinematic Virtual Reality: How Traditional Film Director’s Craft Applies to Immersive Environments and Notions of Presence, John Mateer (University of York)

Sounds Too True to Be Good: Sonic Fidelity & VR Narrative, Angela McArthur (Queen Mary University London)
                         Panel 2: Expanded Screen Media
Beyond our Visible Spectrum – Scientific Imaging as Aesthetic Practice?, Eike Reinhuber (Nanyang Technological University, Singapore)

2.5D Cinema: When Your World Wobbles, Patrick Tarrant (London South Bank University)

Expanded Screen: The Critical Model of Phantasmagoria, Maria Mire (Universidade do Porto)

Designing the Projection System as an Optical Machine: Viewing Modes in the Work of Jeffrey Shaw, Olga Venetsianou (Technological Educational Institute of Athens)
11.30  11.45   Tea/Coffee Break
11.45 – 1.15      Parallel Sessions
                         Panel 3: Monitor(ing) Responsiveness
The Internet of Social Things: Lessons from Responsive Environments, Russell Richards (Southampton Solent University)

Keeping Up Appearances: Coming to Terms with the Graphical User Interface in its Continuous State of Flux, Maranke Wieringa (Utrecht University)

Volumes of Pixels: Material Digital Media, Liam Birtles (Bournemouth University)
                         Panel 4: The Changing Screen
Curating for Screen: Screen-based Photography Exhibitions and Case Study This is It/Now, Paulius Petraitis (Middlesex University)

Retinas’ Routines, Nicolas Malevé (London South Bank University)

‘I Love to Imagine You Watching Me’: Discussing Liveness and Spectatorship in the BMW Tate Live Programme, Ionna Zouli (London South Bank University)

Augmented Reality and the Oral Historicity of Space: Repositioning Park Visitors Between War and Peace, xtine Burrough (The University of Texas at Dallas) and Dan Sutko (California State University)
1.15 – 2.45        Lunch and screenings/display of work
2.45 – 4.15        Parallel Sessions
                         Panel 5: Networked Screen Media
Exploring the Networked Image in 'Post' Art Practices, Garrett Lynch (Bournemouth University)

Technologies of Engagement: How Hybrid Networked Media is Not (Just) Remediation, James Morris (Ravensbourne)

Commodification and the Networked Image: The Case of a T-shirt/Image, Gaia Tedone (London South Bank University)
                         Panel 6: Screen-mediated Audience Interactions
Materiality, Transparency and Permeability of the Relational Screen’, Cinzia Cremona (University of the Arts)

Pervasive Theatre: Post Screen Audiences and Professional Performance Practice’, Sophy Smith (De Montfort University)

P(AR)ticipate: Body of Experience/Body of Work/Body as Archive: An Exploration of Openness, Otherness and Porosity’, Jeannette Ginslov (The Space / Abertay University, Dundee)

Journalism ‘Feelies’ - Heightened Simulacrum Through Experiential Immersion, Janet Jones (London South Bank University)
4.15 – 4.30        Tea/Coffee Break
4.30 – 6.00        Closing Plenary: Future Screens
Blurred Boundaries: Remediation of Found Footage in Experimental Documentary Filmmaking, Jill Daniels (University of East London)

The Immersive Storylab: Speculative Mediations on the Future of Media Practice, Peter Woodbridge (Manchester School of Art)
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