Staying in Paris

As the congress is getting closer, participants have been asking for suggestions for staying in Paris.

We didn’t make any arrangements with hotels. Sorry. However, we‘d suggest AirBnB or any place near Line 12 of Parisian metro.

The surroundings of the venue would be certainly more affordable, but it is really quiet and not very interesting at night.

Our opinion is to prefer somewhere around Line 12 metro stations:

  • Montmartre is a lovely for visits and walking around (Pigalle and Abbesses stations).
  • Lamarck is local, familiar and trendy. It might somehow expensive.
  • Jules Joffrin is also local, perhaps less expensive than Lamarck. You have the Marie du XVIII arr. in here as well as some local bars (L’Alibi, L’Absurde Imposture, Le Festin Nu, etc.).
  • Marcadet is multicultural and should have affordable hotels. Some us live in that neighborhood.
  • Marx Dormoy should be also affordable. It has a small Chinatown.
  • Porte de la Chapelle has big buildings, and it is not really interesting.

If you haven’t done so, you can check the plan of Line 12:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paris_M%C3%A9tro_Line_12

 

CAC.5 book is getting ready

Right now we are busy preparing the book of proceedings, that will be sent to print these days. Thanks to all authors and artists. It has fantastic contributions. Authors and committee members benefit of a complimentary copy.

Lev Manovich keynote at CAC.5

Lev Manovich has announced the title of his keynote talk to be addressed at CAC.5 on Friday 28th Oct.:

Mapping global digital art

In the meantime, you might want to check some of Dr. Manovich’s recent work and news: