IEEE VIS Arts 2016

ieee-banner-02(Baltimore, Maryland)  Mineral Machine Music is one of thirteen art works selected internationally for the IEEE (The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers) Visual Arts Exhibition and Conference.  This year the IEEE conference has a focus on visualization and data analytics with several threads: IEEE Visual Analytics Science and Technology (VAST), IEEE Information Visualization (InfoVis), IEEE Scientific Visualization (SciVis) and the associated arts program.

“The IEEE VIS 2016 Arts Program showcases innovative artwork and research that explores the exciting and increasingly prominent intersections between art, design, and visualization. Through a dedicated papers track and an exhibition that runs concurrently with the IEEE VIS 2016 conference, the Arts Program aims to foster new thinking, discussion, and collaboration between artists, designers, technologists, visualization scientists, and others working at the intersection of these fields.

Artworks are selected through a rigorous peer review process. Submissions are evaluated on quality and relevance to the IEEE VIS community by a program committee made up of experts in visualization, media arts, and design.”

I will be traveling to Baltimore, with the kind support of the Faculty of Arts at the University of Melbourne, to oversee the installation of the work and give an artist talk (and on behalf of Clement Fay my erstwhile geological colleague) on the development and design of Mineral Machine Music.

When :: October 23-28, 2016
Where :: Baltimore Convention Centre, Inner Harbor, Baltimore, Maryland
Program :: Download (PDF)
Presentation Files :: TBA

Mineral Machine Music (Preview Clip) from Oldmateo

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