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The Fabrication of Art and Beyond: Making and Inventing in Digital Culture


CHArt 2015 conference, part of the FABRICATION Arts & Humanities Festival
King's College London, Strand
17 October 2015


Booking is now open. See our EventBrite page for the latest updates and provision programme.


Andy Lomas, Artist, UK
Morphogenetic Creations

Michael Takeo Magruder Artist, UK & US
Reconstructed Culture: artistic processes of remixing and remaking for a born-digital age

Micheál O’Connell a.k.a. Mocksim, UK
Poetic misuse of technology, functional systems and the contemporary supply chain

Marianne Markowski, School of Media and Performing Arts, Middlesex University, UK
Conducting design interventions with online video connectivity aimed at older people

Ali Eisa, Artist, UK
Making a Mobile Retina Scanner: 'Personal Fabrication' as Sociological Inquiry

Kris Fallon, Ksenia Fedorova and Jordan Carroll, University of California, Davis, US
The Fabric of the Self: Through the Storyworlds of Wearable Electronic Art and Design

Sarah Younan, Cardiff School of Art and Design, Cardiff Metropolitan University, UK
Fabricating the Dream Space: the use of digital 3D technologies in museum intervention

Stephen Mumberson, Middlesex University, UK
Invalid Geometry

David Oppenheim, Artist, Tel-Aviv, Israel
From Objector to DEVICE

Annet Dekker, London South Bank University, Photographers' Gallery, London, UK and Piet Zwart Institute, Rotterdam, The Netherlands
Embracing Authenticity in Net Art

German Alfonso Nunez, University of the Arts London, UK & Brazil
How does artistic publications construct a field: A comparative case study between PAGE (CAS), CHArt Newsletter (CHArt)
and Suplemento Dominical do Jornal do Brasil (SDJB)

Richard Hooper, Liverpool Hope University, UK
Portents, Catalysts, Barriers and Possibilities in the Development of Digital Sculpture

Pauline de Souza, University of East London, UK and Bal Singh, Leeds Beckett University, UK
Augmented Visualisation. A Hindrance or a Useful Tool?

Robert B. Lisek, Institute for Research in Science and Art, Szczecin, Poland
Deciphering Randomness


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