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Date: Friday, December 7th
Time: 10:00am - 4:00pm
Venue: Hall E, Experience Hall (B2F, E Block)
Session Chair(s): Tobias Klein, City University of Hong Kong, School of Creative Media,
Kyle Chung, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong


Being, nothing more

Abstract: Being, Nothing More is an object that occupies the same physical space as my body. My volume, calculated using air displacement plethysmography, was found to occupy 5,616.188 cubic inches at age 38. This number is the basis for a series of artworks in which every object occupies the same volume.

Authors/Presenter(s): Jason J. Ferguson, Eastern Michigan University, United States of America
Jason J. Ferguson, Eastern Michigan University, United States of America


CD Prayer

Abstract: CD Prayer is a portable CD player that prays for the obsolete media. It revives a CD as a halo of Buddha and plays hi-fi music for us. This artwork was created by remixing the 3D data shared by Yahoo JAPAN under Creative Commons license (CC-BY-3.0).

Authors/Presenter(s): Yuichiro Katsumoto, Independent, Japan
Yuichiro Katsumoto, Independent, Japan


Data Stones

Abstract: I have appropriated big data processing tools to turn my electronic footprint into abstract, poetic noise. I use statistics from my online conversations to drive procedurally generated stones. I offer these Data Stones as reflections on mass data collection, as well as sites of projection and speculation on random noise.

Authors/Presenter(s): Peter Nelson, School of Creative Media, Hong Kong
Peter Nelson, School of Creative Media, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong


Deer Calling

Abstract: This string instrument generates its tone through the tailoring of strings along the unique shape of a deer's antlers. Its tone may resound the howling roar of the very lord of nature. In Japan, one often hears of how damaging deer can be, but they are one of god's messenger.

Authors/Presenter(s): Yuto Hasebe, Artist not affiliated, Japan
Yuto Hasebe, Artist not affiliated, Japan


Digital Being: TV Being-005

Abstract: “TV Being-005”, one of the Digital Being series, is developing its consciousness with observing outside through an internal camera. Normally it is deep in meditation displaying a line like "Nam June Paik's 'Zen For TV'", but when people come close enough, it turns on its screen, showing what it sees.

Authors/Presenter(s): Taezoo Park, X, United States of America
Joohee Park, Digital Being Lab, United States of America
Taezoo Park, X, United States of America


Eclipse

Abstract: Eclipse is a 1 minute continuously looped animation in which overlapping moire patterns create a visual and sonic eclipse. The work intentionally changes depending on the format, scale and streaming limitations, and attempts to address the aesthetics of compression and how technology delimits visual and sonic experience.

Authors/Presenter(s): Lee Arnold, Drew University, United States of America
Lee Arnold, Drew University, United States of America


Eve Of Dust

Abstract: Eve of Dust is a collaborative performance and installation between a human and a robot. The artwork draws on both the possibilities and anxieties arising from the collaboration between humans and emerging intelligent systems personified in the robot. The human and robot collaborate to co-create an ever changing artwork.

Authors/Presenter(s): John McCormick, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia
Adam Nash, RMIT University, Australia
Stephanie Hutchison, Queensland University of Technology, Australia
John McCormick, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia
Adam Nash, RMIT University, Australia
Stephanie Hutchison, Queensland University of Technology, Australia


Genomix Mask : AI and the Complex Web of Life

Abstract: Genomix is generated by the collaboration between Artificial intelligent and humans using genomic data from species that represent the four epochs of the world: Anthropocene, Capitalocene, Plantationocene, and Chthulucene. interplays between technologies, nature and humankind will be deliberated by fusing and visualizing hybrid biological identities through algorithmic expression

Authors/Presenter(s): Pat Pataranutaporn, FREAK Lab, MIT Media Lab, United States of America
Bank Ngamarunchot, FREAK Lab, King Mongkut's University of Technology Thonburi (KMUTT), Thailand
Bank Ngamarunchot, FREAK Lab, Thailand


HBG: Humans, Beasts and Ghosts

Abstract: HBG is an experimental life simulator and an allegorical play about human existence, its dilemma and other catastrophes.

Authors/Presenter(s): Yuk Yiu Ip, School of Creative Media, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Yuk Yiu Ip, School of Creative Media, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong


Memoirs of the blind

Abstract: An interactive installation consisting of a screen showing a face with its eyes closed. When the interactor blinks, the installation detects it and takes a photo at the exact time of the blinking, substituting the previous face, proposing a poetic dimension of the power choreography in human interaction.

Authors/Presenter(s): Tomas Laurenzo, School of Creative Media, City University of Hong Kong; City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Tomas Laurenzo, School of Creative Media, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong


Nebula III

Abstract: Nebula III is an Artificially Intelligent interactive computer graphic installation. It forms the third part of a larger computer graphic project exploring the literary fiction of Georg Buchner, each iteration focusing on different aspects of his work using more complex AI algorithms. 15 minutes, two-channel, monochromatic and stereophonic.

Authors/Presenter(s): Dennis Del Favero, UNSW, Australia
Alex Ong, UNSW, Australia


Radioactive Live Soundscape

Abstract: This project aims to distribute the soundscape in the exclusion zone in real time to the public via the Internet until approximately 2030. A microphone has been placed at the entrance to a forest in the exclusion zone, 10 km away from the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant.

Authors/Presenter(s): Hiroki Kobayashi, Center for Spatial Information Science, The University of Tokyo, Japan
Hiromi Kudo, Center for Spatial Information Science, The University of Tokyo, Japan
Yuta Sasaki, Center for Spatial Information Science, The University of Tokyo, Japan
Hiroki Kobayashi, Center for Spatial Information Science, The University of Tokyo, Japan


The Ising Model: Blink and Polyptic

Abstract: "Blink"and "Polyptelic" are software generated animations that consist of a matrix of cells that transition going back and forth between states of stability where all cells try to be like their neighbors, and states on instability when they cant decide if they should be like them or not.

Authors/Presenter(s): george legrady, University of California, Santa Barbara, United States of America
george legrady, Media Arts & Technology; University of California, Santa Barbara, United States of America


Untitled (Head Piece)

Abstract: Combining video in a CRT TV with physical movement to represent a state of human existence. Unlike Brâncuși’s Sleeping Muse which aims to create the most ideal form, the imperfect form of human body placing in an artificial container reveals the condition of our contemporary existence.

Authors/Presenter(s): Wing Hong Tung, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Wing Hong Tung, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong


 

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