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:

 

Registration is now open

We have opened the registration form to authors, artists and public in general.

The fee for authors cover publication in the book of proceedings, coffee breaks, and congress activities. We are working hard to get ready and offer a complimentary printed copy of the book to registered authors (some copies will also be available for sale during the congress).

As you may note, general public is granted free access, but registration is mandatory. This is because we have to provide a list of assistants to the MSH, for security reasons and because places are limited.

Follow the link for further information:

Registration

 

Bernard Stiegler’s keynote title

Bernard Stiegler announces the title of this keynote address on Wednesday October 26th:

There is no immateriality. The function of arts in the process of exosomatisation

In the meantime, you might be interested about his new book “Dans la disruption” and other recent material:

 

Accepted papers and artworks for CAC.5

Last month we sent submission reviews to authors. We received 80 submissions but unfortunately we could not accept all of them.

Here is the list of accepted papers and artworks to be presented at CAC.5.. and to be published in the book of proceedings (please remember August 1st is the deadline for sending the final paper).

Thanks to everybody for your participation: artists, authors, reviewers, readers, friends, committee members!

Author Title
A. Bill Miller phantoms 2
A. Bill Miller and Jeremy Behreandt Movement Systems from Motion Capture Data
Alan Dunning First Words Last Acts
Alessio Chierico Art and materiality in post-media practice: toward an ontology of digital and its devices
Alexandre Michaan and Nina van Doren Archiving, documenting and emulating the collection of CD-ROM artworks from LIMA, Amsterdam
Andrea Sosa Projected Illusions: Space, LIght and Coordinates.
Andrea Sosa At angle C: instability poetics. Participation aesthetics through the work of Julio Le Parc and the Groupe de Recherche d’Art Visuel (GRAV)
Andrés Burbano and Esteban Garcia Bravo Konrad Zuse: Enabler of Computational Arts
Annet Dekker What We Talk About When We Talk About Online Cultures
Chiara Passa Dimensioning n1
Christa Sommerer and Laurent Mignonneau A personal media art archive based on the symbol of the fly
Conor McGarrigle Preserving born digital data-art: lessons from artists’ practice
Conor McGarrigle 24 Hour Social
Daniel Buzzo What Do We Know Of Time When All We Can Know For Real Is Now?
Daniela de Paulis OPTICKS and Visual Moonbounce
Federico Garrido Central floorplans and digital design strategies
Gabriel Pareyon Patterns of Materiality/Immateriality: Dialectics in Epistemology under the New Scientific Paradigm
Gabriela Aceves Sepulveda Remediating Mamá Pina’s Cookbook
Gemma Arguello Manresa Geographical imagination. Constructing Imaginary Spaces in Computer-based Art.
Gerry Kisil and Alan Dunning Mirages de Villes
Gwen Le Cor The “plastic power” of digital textures
Joana Moll DEFOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOREST
Jung E Choi A Critical Spatial Practice: Rediscovering Depth in 21st-century Media Art
Kevin Badni Perceptions of interactive art latency
Luba Diduch The Expanding Artwork
Luz Maria Sanchez Vis. (un)necessary force
Maciej Ozog Your Body is You: new media art as a critical analysis of biometric surveillance
Marc Veyrat, Frank Soudan FFF
Maria Giulia Dondero Using Images to Analyze Images. Semiotics meets Cultural Analytics
Maria Luiza Fragoso We Bees: an immersive telematic object from project S.H.A.S.T.
Melanie Hundley and Teri Holbrook Composing the Future: Teachers and the Materiality of Cultivating Young Digital Creatives
Mez Breeze “T[he]Issue”: A Geospatial and Mixed-Locative Colonisation Document.
Naoyuki Tanaka MonkeyTURN
Paul Magee Signal
Paul Magee Metropolis
Pilar Rosado Rodrigo LETTING IMAGES SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES
Reynaldo Thompson, Tirtha Mukhopadhyay and Frank Dufour Archiving Digital Art in Latin America. Digital Art Archive and Retrieving Materiality
Ricardo Dal Farra Memory’s death… or the desire of immortality.
Ricardo Dal Farra ORGANIC
Sandra Alvaro Sanchez Art and Data: the aesthetic emergence of knowledge
Shelley Hornstein Beyond Place: Monuments and Museums after the Intangible Turn
Shiqing He Coding A Coloring Book: Coloring Scribbling-Style Drawings Using Python
Shulea Cheang Composting the net
Thomas Storey Quick & Easy Recipes for Disaster
Vanina Hofman and Pau Alsina Performative materiality in media arts preservation: an approach through divergent practices.

Decisions and evaluations have been sent for all proposals

Right on schedule, we sent yesterday decisions on evaluations. It was a very difficult to select papers and artworks. Unfortunately time and space do not allow us to go further than we can. If you have been accepted, please follow the next steps and hope to see you soon in Paris. http://www.computer-art-congress.org/index.php/submission/