CHArt Twenty-First Annual Conference

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CHArt 2005


Conference Abstracts


Elizabeth Coulter-Smith , Birmingham Institute of Art and Design , Colin Price.
Relocating the Frame: Object-Oriented (1.) and Locative Art (2.) Environments.

Simon Downs , Loughborough University School of Art & Design.
Paper-Like Displays and Paper-Like Books.

David Ehrenpreis, James Madison University, Virginia, USA.
MDID: Sharing Digital Content in a Global, Open-Source Community.

David Furnham , Middlesex University.
Les Cyclistes.
Francis Halsall , School of Art and Design, Limerick, Republic of Ireland.
Observing 'Systems-Art' from a Systems-Theoretical Perspective.
Dew Harrison , Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen, Scotland.
Digital Archiving as an Art Practice.
Hamid van Koten , University of Dundee, Scotland.
The Digital Image and the Pleasure Principle: The Consumption of Realism in the Age of Simulation.
 Ann-Sophie Lehmann , Utrecht University.
The representation of artistic practice in digital visual culture
Jacob Lillemose and Mogens Jacobsen, Copenhagen, Denmark.
Do you copy? - Art and questions of digital rights
Max Marmor, ARTstor, USA.
ARTstor, a digital library for the history of art and the humanities
Ralf Nuhn , London.
From UNCAGED to Cyber-Spatialism
Stephen Partridge , University of Dundee, Scotland.
Convergence; uniting, or merging tendencies that were originally opposed or very different.

John Pollini University of Southern California, Los Angeles, California, USA.
The Problematics of Making Ambiguity Explicit in Virtual Reconstructions: A Case Study of the Mausoleum of Augustus

Morten Søndergaard , Museum of Contemporary Art Roskilde, Denmark.
A Commando Raid into Society: Towards a transdisciplinary art-practice in real-time


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