2015

EVA London 2015: CONFERENCE PROGRAMME



Day 1: Tuesday 7th July

Parallel session all day: Research Workshop


9.20 Plenary session: Music & Performing Arts

Lorna Moore: PULse 04: Be[ing] in the Zone – A Moist Emotion between Body Matter & Digital Media
Isabel Briant, Jeremy Gaisie, Thomas Morris, Francis Robson, David Moore & Kia Ng: LIVeMotion: A Multi-Sensory System to Encourage the Awareness of Mindfulness
James C. Oliverio, Angelos Barmpoutis, Chad Juehring & Anton YudinEnhancing: Global Collaboration through Network-empowered Live Performance

10.20 Keynote: Dan Crow, Songkick: How Songkick is using Technology to Change Live Music

11.00 Break

11.30 Plenary session: Music & Performing Arts II

Joanne Armitage & Kia Ng. Configuring a Haptic Interface for Music Performance
Kelly HamiltonMapping Motion II: Motion Capture and the Visualisation of Dance
Beatrice Bretherton, Luke Windsor & Kia Ng: Tempo and Autonomic Control of the Heart
Jonathan RobsonUnited: Kingdom Trade & Investment

1.00 Lunch break

2.15 Parallel session: Papers - Music & Performing Arts III

Damián Keller, Nuno Otero & Leandro Costalonga. Aesthetic Heuristics in Ubimus
Charles de Paiva Santana, Jônatas Manzolli, Jean Bresson & Moreno Andreatta. Towards a Borgean Musical Space: An Experimental Interface for Exploring Musical Models
Jonathan Weinel. Representing Altered States of Consciousness in Computer Arts

2.15 Parallel session: Demos

Lorna Moore. PULse 04: Be[ing] in the Zone – A Moist Emotion between Body Matter & Digital Media
Evan S. Raskob. Sound Spirals
Paul Golz & Genevieve Smith-Nunes. [arra]stre – A Data-driven Ballet
Charlotte Jarvis & Nick Goldman. Music of the Spheres

3.30 Break

4.00 Parallel sessions: Papers - Visualisation

Cristina Portugal. Design and Digital Interactive System for Medicine
Daniel Buzzo & David Jonas. Designing for the Impossible: Creating a Mobile Application to Track Time Dilation

4.00 Parallel session: Demos

Anna Shvets. A New Representation System in Tonal Harmony for Analysis and Creation
Augoustinos Tsiros and Grégory Leplâtre. AniMorph: Animation Driven Audio Mosaicing
Mat Dalgleish, Chris Payne & Steve Spencer. Adding Value: Combining Ambient Visual and Vibrotactile Feedback to Encourage Good Posture in Trumpet Players
Joe Osmond. Crossing Borders

5.30 Day close


Day 2: Wednesday 11th July

9.20 Plenary session: Arts

Sara Salevati & Steve DiPaola. A Creative Artificial Intelligence System to Investigate User Experience, Affect, Emotion and Creativity
Tom Ensom. Collecting and Conserving Software-based Art (outside the institution)
Tine Bech. Playful Interactions: A Critical Inquiry into Interactive Art and Play

10.20 Keynote speaker: Will Prentice (British Library). Save Our Sounds: Audio preservation and the British Library

11.00 Break

11.30 Plenary session: Interdisciplinarity

Elaine Shemilt. The Scales of Life | A case study on an Art-Science Visualisation
Marianne Markowski, Irida Ntalla, Christina Kamposiori & Vasileios Routsis. Multidisciplinary Perspectives on Affective Experiences
Jeremy Pilcher. The Art of Voting
Jonathan P. Bowen & Tula Giannini. Galois Connections: Mathematics, Art, and Archives

1.00 Lunch

2.20 Parallel session: Papers - Animation & Visualisation

John MacCallum & Teoma Naccarato. The Impossibility of Control: Real-time Negotiations with the Heart
Dylan Gauld. Beneath the Waves and Beyond the Screen: Visualising Subsea Survey Data in Three Dimensions
Mat Dalgleish, Chris Payne & Richard Burn. Uchronie: Revisiting Analogue Computing to Expand the Language of A/V Synthesis

2.20 Parallel session: Demonstrations

Iñaki Arredondo. The Tech behind Creating an Experience on a Mobile/Tablet Platform
Jerome J. Leary. Art Visualisation in the EMDR Psychotherapy Process
Mark Hursty & Victoria Bradbury. A Magic Lantern Data Projector
Oana Gui & Radu Moraru. Art and Engineering

2.20 Parallel session: demos

Julian Stadon. Data Body Banking: Understanding Post Biological Identity through Embodied Mixed Reality Art
Gareth Polmeer. Processes and Variations in Digital Landscapes
Chiara Passa. Live Sculpture

3.30 Break

4.10 Parallel session: Arts II

Liam Noah Jefferies. From Space to Interface: Augmented Reality, a Model for Participation
Chris Henschke. Colliding Events: Art Projects at the Large Hadron Collider
Meehae Song & Steve DiPaola. Exploring Different Ways of Navigating Emotionally Responsive Artwork in Immersive Virtual Environments
Jo Stockham. Hard Copy

4.10 Parallel session: Demonstrations

Sara Salevati & Steve DiPaola. A Creative Artificial Intelligence System to Investigate User Experience, Affect, Emotion and Creativity
John MacCallum & Teoma Naccarato. The Impossibility of Control: Real-time Negotiations with the Heart
Liam Noah Jefferies. From Space to Interface: Augmented Reality, a Model for Participation

Paper & Panel

Camille Baker & Kate Sicchio. Stitch, Bitch, Make/Perform: Wearables and Performance

5.30 Day close


Day 3: Thursday 9th July

9.20 Plenary session:

Lindsay MacDonald, Jane Masséglia, Charles Crowther, Ben Altshuler, Sarah Norodom, Andrew Cuffley & James Grasby. Imaging the Egyptian Obelisk at Kingston Lacy
Katrin Wolf, Essam Abdelhady, Yomna Abdelrahman, Thomas Kubitza & Albrecht Schmidt. meSch – Tools for Interactive Exhibitions
Jinhee Kim. The Supersti+Tech Project: A Reinterpretation of Superstition through New Media Technology
10.20 Keynote speaker: Christina Miller (UK Research Office, Brussels). Navigating Horizon 2020 Funding

11.00 Break

11.30 Parallel session: Papers - Virtual Tours

Carla Maria Furuno Rimkus & Rita de Cássia Maia da Silva. New Relations with the Architectural Heritage Education
Anna Neovesky & Julius Peinelt. A Virtual Tour to the Inscriptions of the UNESCO World Heritage Site St. Michael in Hildesheim
Valentina Fois. The Prosumer: The Key Player of the Museum of the Future
Scott L. Smith. Stopmotion Photowalk Animation for Spatial Immersion in a Remote Cultural Heritage Site

11.30 Parallel session: Papers - Virtual Heritage

Tobias Ziegler. Innovative, Participatory Listening and Seeing Experiences in Museums (Paper, 40)
Duc Tran, Andrew Couch, Robert Pickering & J C Diaz. Gilcrease on Wheels: Incorporating Electronic Interactive Experiences
Maria Luce Lupetti, Claudio Germak & Luca Giuliano. Robots and Cultural Heritage: New Museum Experiences
Michael Orthwein. 360 "Beyond the Screen"– Immersive, Stereo-Surround Projects in cooperation with Museum of Ancient Seafaring in Mainz

11.30 Workshop

CRe-AM Art Sector Think Tank

1.00 Lunch

2.00 Parallel session: Papers - Museum

Matt Faber. Free lunch: Open Source Solutions for the Digitisation Workflow
Tilly Blyth & Anne Prugnon. Storytelling the Information Age
Maximilian von Grafenstein, Eva Schneider & Nancy Richter. MAUERSCHAU: A Mobile Virtual Museum Postmodern Storytelling through Digital Media

2.00 Parallel session: Demos

Jinhee Kim. The Supersti+Tech Project: A Reinterpretation of Superstition through New Media Technology
Carla Maria Furuno Rimkus & Rita de Cássia Maia da Silva. New Relations with the Architectural Heritage Education
Anna Neovesky & Julius Peinelt. A Virtual Tour to the Inscriptions of the UNESCO World Heritage Site St. Michael in Hildesheim
Moshe Caine, Andreina Contessa & Zvi Grinberg. The 3D Scanning of the Mantua Ark

2.00 Workshop

CRe-AM Art Sector Think Tank

3.40 Break

4.00 Plenary session - Cultural Heritage II

Chris A. Wright. Anywhere is Everywhere – Tales of a Virtual Traveller (Paper, 35)
Reese Muntean, Kate Hennessy, Alissa Antle, Susan Rowley, Jordan Wilson, Brendan Matkin, Rachael Eckersley, Perry Tan & Ron Wakkary. ʔeləw̓k̓ — Belongings: A Tangible Interface for Intangible Cultural Heritage

5.10 Conference summing up

5.30 Conference close