9th Annual Lumiere Awards Ceremony
Warner Studios Burbank, January 2018
VisMatters 2017 | UNSW EPICentre Sydney 21-22 November 2017
Visualisation Matters 2017 (VisMatters 2017) is designed to inspire audiences and demonstrate how art, science, design and engineering can be closely connected through visual creativity. Vis Matters 2017 this year is co-organised by the Expanded Perception and Interaction Centre, UNSW (EPICentre), CSIRO Data61, Sydney Khronos Chapter, Brisbane SIGGRAPH Chapter and ACEMS.
The works were composited with the rest of the art works within the the large immersive 360 cylindrical sphere of EPICentre. EPICentre currently host the highest resolution cylinder in the world with 120 million pixels in 3D. UNSW's EPICentre makes decades of accumulated historic and massive volumes of new data that is being generated more usable. Cutting-edge computing, 3-D immersive and screen-based technologies render this data visible and enable scientists to get inside and be immersed in some of the most challenging and complex medical and health problems.
Curators of Art Exhibition ON|OFF 100101010 Sydney, Colliding and Surrendering Art Meets Tech at the VIS MATTERS 2017, are June Kim (UNSW Art & Design) Ina Conradi, (NTU).
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Colliding and Surrendering: chaos and freedom where art and technologies meet. ON|OFF 100101010 gallery has its third exhibition on the EPICentre, UNSW Art & Design! Noise Aquarium is dealing with plankton and unnatural noise in the oceans as environmental issue. It spotlights animated 3D-models obtained with scientific imaging techniques of the extremely diverse plankton spectrum.
21 November 2017 (Tuesday), UNSW Art & Design, Room EG02 Time Talk 9:00 - 9:10 Opening and Welcome (Ross Harley, Liming Zhu, Tomasz Bednarz) 10:30 - 10:40 Liming Zhu (CSIRO Data61) 10:40 - 11:10 Break 12:05 - 12:25 Flight Pattern 2.0: the poetic / political potential of visual databases by Andrew Denton (Auckland University of Technology) A contrail is the ice that forms from the water condensation that is left over from the expulsion of a jet engine - a trace in the sky of a plane passing by.
Asia Animation Forum 2017The Expansion of Senses Bucheon Korea 22-24 October 2017
The Asia Animation Forum(AAF) is an international academic event held annually in Bucheon, Korea. The AAF intends to rediscover the value of Asian animation and establishes a global network to promote further cooperation in the fields of aesthetic, education, creation, industry, and policy. It is part of the Bucheon Animation Festival(BIAF) the largest and a main animation festival in Korea. Originally established in 1999 as the Puchon International Student Animation Festival (PISAF) Asia Animation Forum(AAF) organized by this BIAF's broaden approach towards the realm of animation. The Expansion of Senses
BIAF 2017 10.22~ 24 부천국제학생애니메이션페스티벌 애니페어
The visual image of today, animation realm permeates the various media from art to mass media. Furthermore, it blurred the genre and extends the areas of contemporary media limitlessly. The expanded senses and the sensational illusion stimulate our neuron through the optic nerve.
An International Symposium and Exhibition Colliding and Surrendering: chaos and freedom where art and technologies meet October 11th - 13th, 2017 Nanyang Technological University, Singapore This symposium and exhibition in Singapore will present artworks curated in joint collaboration with Web3D Art Gallery, Queensland University of Technology (QUT) Brisbane, University New South Wales Art & Design (UNSW) Sydney, Nanyang...
Curators and artists gave series of talks on topic of interdisciplinary methodologies of art and science for experimental animation and film making.The Symposium talks were opened to NTU community on 11th of October at the NTU School of Art, Design and Media as well as to a wider audience on 12th of October at the NTU Centre for Contemporary Art in Gillaman Barrack at the event titled Pecha Kucha Night 7. In conjunction with the Symposium, media Art Exhibition took place on 11 -28 October, 2017 with a twenty-four project by twenty-five international and local artists co-curated and co-produced for exhibit the North Spine Plaza. The mediums ranged from VR to video and interactive works. The works were programmed for site specific led displays –NTU LED screen @ the North Spine Plaza 19.2m by 12m and for the Media Art Nexus NTU, 15 x 2meters.
Exhibition Programme Exhibition Wed 11th - Fri 27th October (Opening Reception: 11 October 2017, 18:00) Venue: North Spine Plaza, Media Art Nexus, NTU The highlight of the art gallery is spectacular "Noise Aquarium", collaborative project by featured artist and Professor Victoria Vesna, UCLA Department of Design Media Arts and Director of the Art|Sci Center at...
Media Art Nexus NTU (MAN) is one among 13 Singaporean (SG) and Japanese (JP) leading contemporary creative talents from disciplines performing and visual arts that took part in this year’s edition of Singapore: Inside Out Tokyo (SG:IO) from 25-27 August. Themed "HyperCity", the showcase focused on the coming together of creatives from Singapore and Japan in joint exploration of the cultural trends arising from the shifts towards a digital urban age. The event was officially launched by Mr Chaly Mah, Chairman of Singapore Tourism Board (STB) and Mr Lionel Yeo, Chief Executive of STB, in conjunction with the launch of Singapore's new destination brand – Passion Made Possible - in Tokyo. Joining them were more than 200 key members of the creative, trade and media communities. The SGIO Tokyo event, at the Bank Gallery in the hip Omotesando district, drew an audience of about 2,000 on 26th of August alone. Participating Artists from Singapore and Japan:
MEDIA ART NEXUS Ina Conradi and Mark Chavez (SG) JOSIAH CHUA (SG) KITCHEN. LABEL (SG/JP) IRFAN KASBAN (SG) ATELIER HOKO (JP) DISKODANNY (SG) & MIHO SHIMIZU (JP) ZUL MAHMOD (SG), PLANTICA (JP), CLARA YEE (SG), DAISUKE YANO (JP), ISHINOMAKI LABORATORY (JP), SUPERMAMA (SG).
Web3D Art Gallery ON|OFF 100101010 The Cube -Queensland University of Technology (QUT), Brisbane, Australia
As part of the Web3D Art Gallery ON|OFF 100101010on the CUBE final testing, the Rose "looks amazingly beautiful!" The Cube at the QUT Science and Engineering Centre (SEC) is one of the world's largest digital interactive learning and display spaces dedicated to providing an inspiring, exploration and participatory experience of QUT's Science and Engineering research. The Cube consists of 48 multi-touch screens soaring across two levels. Media Art Nexus NTU Singapore premiered at The CUBE, for the occasion of the exhibition “Web3D Art Gallery: on|off 100101010, colliding and surrendering: chaos and freedom where art and technologies meet”. The event is curated by June Kim, Research Associate at QUT, and Tomasz Bednarz, Director of Visualisation at EPICentre (UNSW Art&Design), Team Leader in Big Data Visualisation & Analytics (CSIRO/Data61), and Ina Conradi (A/P School of Art, Design and Media, Nanyang Technological University). The artworks and artists from Media Art Nexus NTU Singapore and School of Art, Design and Media represented in Brisbane were “The Rose” by artist Mark Chavez and Ina Conradi (A/P NTU ADM), “Face Value” by Elke Reinhuber, (Asst Prof ADM NTU) “Streak” by Al-Azmir Ibrahim (ADM Film), “The Creature” by Zhang Longfei, (ADM Film), “Flow” by Debbie Ng, (ADM Photo), and “Migration” by Madeline Ngai (ADM Vis Comm).
Web3D Art Gallery: on | off 100101010 - Web3D 2017
Colliding and Surrendering: chaos and freedom where art and technologies meet. Web3D 2017 Art Gallery: on | off 100101010 in Brisbane was successfully finished. Now please look forward to meeting all of exhibited artworks at the Media Art Nexus NTU, Nanyang Technological University Singapore in 11 - 13 October 2017 mediaartnexus.com Media Art Nexus Facebook...
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The Cube consists of 48 huge multi-touch screens dedicated to providing an inspiring, explorative and participatory experience of QUT's Science and Engineering research.
The 14th Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) 2017 Conference, RAI Amsterdam, NL 7-10 February 2017
Integrated Systems Europe 2018 - 6-9 February 2018
The interviews focus on the technology and industry trends that will shape the global AV and systems integration market in the months and years to come, providing readers with a snapshot view of the AV and systems integration industry from the people who are leading it.