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PostSubject: ENGAGE 2006   Tue Sep 19, 2006 12:46 am

Website: http://www.creativityandcognition.com/engage06/

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Interaction, Art, and Audience Experience. A creativity and cognition ACID Symposium

The experience of the audience is at the heart of interaction and, in particular, interactive art. Computer-based interactive artworks come into being and exist in their full form when they are used. They cannot be understood only as objects, but must be thought of as time-based experiences, or periods of engagement. There is an increasing interest from practitioners and researchers in the field of interactive art in learning more about audience experience from theoretical, empirical and applied perspectives. This symposium will review the latest work in this area and future directions for the field, drawing together different disciplinary approaches and perspectives including artist led research, curatorial and museological approaches, theoretical and art-historical research, human-centred design perspectives.

Engage is the 3rd annual symposium organised by the Creativity and Cognition Studios at the University of Technology, Sydney. Previous symposia include Interaction: Systems, Practice, Theory, 2004 and Generative Arts Practice, 2005. The topics covered in Engage have arisen in large part from Beta_space, CCS's exhibition and audience research initiative in partnership with the Powerhouse Museum and supported by ACID. Beta_space is an experimental display area for interactive art at the Powerhouse. It extends CCS's practice based research in art and technology into a public context.

This symposium will be held from 26th - 28th November 2006 at the University of Technology, Sydney, Australia.
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