We are pleased to invite you to the third RESEARCH SEMINAR, part of the AHRC funded project 'New Media, Audiences and Affective Experiences' at City University London. In the third and last seminar opens its spectrum on the themes. The seminar will engage with issues on the nature of experience and it's link to interactive art. Also, we will get an introduction to the COST Action "Transforming Audiences, Transforming Societies" and discussion on development and testing of different methods in the field of online communication.
Please note, this is our last seminar and we are preparing the final conference, part of the project, that will be held on 9th of December 2013 at Parasol Unit foundation of contemporary art.
- Tom Flint is programme leader of the BSc Interactive Media Design at Edinburgh Napier University. Tom studied for an MA in Digital Media at London Metropolitan University, his final project Sound of the Crowd was developed and presented as part of the HCI conference 2008 on Liverpool's big screen. He was then offered a position as a lecturer at Edinburgh Napier University. He teaches on a number of modules concentrating on physical computing, digital storytelling and arts based computing practice. His work with Tommy Dykes, the Aide Memoire was presented at Sonica Festival of sound Ljubljana and at Create 09. He is currently pursuing a PhD part time titled The Experience of Interactive Art is Appropriation.
- Dr. Frauke Zeller is a Marie Curie Research Fellow, working in the Department of Information Studies and the Center for Digital Humanities at University College London. She received her PhD from Kassel University, Germany, and finished her Habilitation in 2011 at Ilmenau University of Technology, also Germany. Her research interests include online communication and method development for online research analyses.
Please RSVP by emailing Irida Ntalla.
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10.00am - 12.00pmTuesday 11th June 2013