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call: Re-New / Imac 2012

Call for entries
Deadline: 1 March 2012

Re-New / Imac 2012
Cybernetics revisited – towards a third order?

re-new / IMAC 2012 has now opened the call for proposals of papers and artistic works. The submission deadline is March 1st, and the event takes place in Copenhagen, Denmark on
November 19-24 2012

The combined media art and conference event is a critical and inclusive project that addresses the use of interactive media in art and everyday use. It combines a reflective attitude with an active approach and it is transversal in that it goes across institution profiles, production formats and consumption segments. The scope includes conferences, workshops, featured keynotes, video programs, installations and performative works. re-new / IMAC is always looking for persons and projects that help steer and scrutinize the vast and ever-expanding realm of contemporary culture.

The overall theme for re-new / IMAC 2012 will frame cybernetics in the un-controlled/-controllable organizations that penetrate and immerse contemporary mankind and society. Interaction, autonomy, innateness, emergence, meta materials, self-construction and -organization are among the factors that contribute to the field.

Proposals
Proposals of maximum 2 pages can be made for full papers, posters and demos in these categories:

* (Norbert) Wiener Classic
* Cybernetics and (urban) politics
* Bio-cybernetics
* Interactive media art – towards a ‘third order’?

Artworks
Artistic submission are accepted in all categories relevant to the event theme, with special emphasis on interactive media art forms – performative, installation, participative, collaborative, distributed in sound/music, visual, haptic and cross-media.

For detailed information and submission procedure please go to http://www.re-new.org

re-new / IMAC 2012 is organized by re-new digital arts forum in collaboration with Aalborg University.

Wed, February 8 2012 » calls: external, media art, new media