Post Digital Art
Third Computer Art Congress (CAC.3)
Conference/Workshops/ Exhibitions/Performances November 26-28, 2012
5 rue Curial, 75019 Paris
CAC.3 invites artists, intellectuals, engineers and scientists to share their imaginations, creations, inventions and visions of the post digital art.
The world has never appropriated technology in the same way that digital. This technology has penetrated and dominated almost, different facets of our everyday life: cognitive, cultural, economic, psychological, social,…
CAC.3 could be considered as intellectual therapy that challenge actors of the society to rethink their innovation approaches and the way they perceive the world, to explore new dimensions of our space, to go forward, to trace their own path, to be followed CAC.3 count on the abilities of artists to explore digital and extra digital spaces in order to anticipate new technological issues that can influence our post digital world.
What to expect
• Paper presentations
• Panel discussions
• Art Installations and exhibitions
These event aims to:
• offer an artistic and intellectual performances designed in a Socio-Technological Innovation Perspective
• Encourage collaborative approaches between technological innovation and artistic-sights
• Discuss a new artistic and innovative experience for rethinking new possible perspectives
Where & When
November 26-28 2012, 104 (Centquatre), Paris, France. See the Contact and Travel pages for details.
Deadline for submissions: June 4th, 2012
Check out the list of participants (http://postdigital.eu/
CAC.3 is under the auspices of CiTu Paragraphe (University Paris 8), le cenquatre and Europia.org, organized by Prof. Khaldoun Zreik with assistance of Robin Gareus.
Committee members and authors can be found under Delegates (http://postdigital.eu/
Call for papers, art, installations and workshops
• Deadline for submissions: June 4th, 2012
• Notification of acceptance: July 17th, 2012
• Camera-ready papers: Sept 3rd, 2012
Call for papers
Papers can be submitted for review via the on-line paper submission system (http://postdigital.eu/
In general a presentation should take 20 minutes followed by 10 minutes discussion.
The copyright of the paper remains with the author, but we reserve the right to create printed proceedings from all submitted (and accepted) papers.
Below is a list of possible subjects for papers and presentations. This list is meant as a starting point, not to restrict you.
• Algorithmic Art
• ASCII art
• Computer graphics
• Computer music
• Digital illustration
• Digital painting
• Evolutionary art
• Fractal art
• Generative art
• Generative music
• Interactive art
• Media Art
• Motion graphics
• Music visualization
• Software art
• Tradigital art
• Video game
NB. Papers should be as complete as possible on submission. Until submission closes it is possible to replace/update files in the submission system (http://postdigital.eu/
Call for Art, Installations, Performances and Workshops
Apart the main conference hall, an atelier is available for exhibitions and presentations. We invite artists of all professions to present art-pieces, performances and installations during the congress.
The atelier is an open 200 m2 space, suitable for large video-projections and interactive performances. As the space is limited the committee will select a limited number of performances. Artists are invited to submit their work as soon as possible. Your submission must include the following information:
• Title of the work, Author(s) and contact information (email)
• a short description of the work
• if applicable, audio/video material excerpts (link to download) to assess the work
The proposal can be sent using the on-line submission system (http://postdigital.eu/
Should you have any questions do not hesitate to contact us (http://postdigital.eu/