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Conference on art and technology

From: Sarah Lowengard <sarahl>
Date: Monday, October 5, 1998
Technology & Artistic Practice
Hagley Museum and Library Fall Conference
Wilmington DE
October 30, 1998

8:30    Coffee
9:00    Keynote: The Computer Interface as Art Steven Johnson, Feed
Magazine (feedmag.com) and author, Interface Culture

10:00   Computing and Representation
Harris Dimitropoulos, College of Architecture, Georgia Institute of
Technology
    Digital Formalism: Representation and Geometry in the Electronic
    Media
Sabrina DeTurk, Department of Fine Arts, LaSalle University
    Interpret This! Art Historical Approaches to New Media
Steven Johnson, comment

11:45   Lunch
1:00    Art Intersects Technology
Bettyann Holtzmann Kevles, Art Center College of Design
(Pasadena,California)
    New Views of the Body: Medical Imaging and Art in the Wake of
    the X Ray
Myriam Blais, Jerome Henne, Richard Pleau, Ecole d'Architecture,
Universite Laval (Quebec, Canada)
    Artistic Expression: Experiments in Shaping and Detailing of
    Building Materials Made of New Self-Placing Concrete
Jan Marontate, Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Acadia
University (Nova Scotia)
    Art-Networks and Cultural Innovation in North America,
    1935-1965: The Case of Synthetic Painting Media
John Staudenmaier (editor, Technology & Culture), comment

3:15    Refreshments
3:30    Presenting Technology as Art

Linda Dalrymple Henderson, Department of Art and Art History,
University of Texas
    Marcel Duchamp and the Large Glass (1915-23): Playful Physics in
    the Studio and Laboratory
Eddie Shanken, Department of Art and Art History, Duke University
    The House that Jack Built: Jack Burnham's Concept of Software as
    a Metaphor for Art
Julie Wosk, Department of Humanities, SUNY-Maritime College
    Interactive Art: A Thirty Year Retrospective
Roberta Tarbell (Rutgers University-Camden), comment

5:30    Reception

There is no registration fee, but all participants must register in
advance for the conference.  Lunch is available at the cost of
$12.00 (payable by check or credit card).  For more info and/or to
request a registration form--please email Carol Ressler Lockman,
crl [at] udel__edu, fax: 302-655-3188, or phone 302-658-2400, ext. 243.

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