The Artistic Studies Research Center (CIEBA) of the Faculty of Fine Arts of Lisbon University (FBAUL) and the Research Centre for Education and Development (CeiED) of the Universidade Lusófona de Humanidades e Tecnologias (ULHT) invites you to submit a proposal for a paper and/ or an artwork to the upcoming POST-SCREEN 2016: International Festival of Art, New Media and Cybercultures to be held in November, in Lisbon, Portugal.
The PSF2016: Intermittence+
Starting from the three areas already appointed, this project will address a set of topics related with the media, the proliferation and the unfolding of images in cyberspace, the new modalities of screens and their implications in spectatorship and audiences. The substantial increase of urban screens is also a potential field of investigation and reflection on new forms of interaction and collaborative environments in public spaces. The projection of light on urban surfaces arises, largely, as a way to create spaces for collective critical thought through which the video serves as a means for communication and not for consumption, often conveying a sense of political inquiry.
In addition to these aspects, issues related with algorithms, the decoding of images through different outputs, or the new imagery offered, for example, by satellite images, or even the possibilities generated by the virtual reality, are some of the themes to be addressed in this second edition of the PSF, taking into consideration new proposals and approaches which may arise during the course of the project.
The topics of interest for submissions include, but are not limited to:
New aesthetics in photography
- Post-photography and hybrid image
- Glitch images and compression aesthetics
- Software, devices and post-production processes
- Rhizomatic networks, algorithms and interfaces
- Archive, memory and transmission
- Digital re-archiving and redistribution
Video, film and television
- Fragmented spectatorship and the internet cinema
- Reframing and remediating moving image in a post-cinematic era
- Ontology and aesthetics of the screen
- Image world in everyday life: waiting, distracted and wired
- Places, sites and installations: artistic endeavours in redefining the screen
Museological practices and Social Experiences
- Digital archives and its obsolescence
- Community Involvement in public projects
- Repurposing existing mediums
- Memory construction / Memory objects / Memory Spaces
Augmented Urban Spaces
- Media façades and urban screens
- Virtual, Mixed and Augmented Reality: Immersive experiences
- Big data visualization
- Surveillance and Omnipresence
CALL FOR PAPERS
Deadline Extended to 10th January 2016
Authors may submit a 2000-2500 words paper to be presented at the conference.
We encourage submissions within a variety of disciplines and fields, related to Art and Technology, including:
- Art Theory
- Art History
- Art and New Technologies
- Cinema Studies
- Photography Studies
- Screen Studies
- Curatorial Practices
- Media Studies
Papers will be reviewed through a double blind reviewing process by the Scientific Commission.
CALL FOR ART PROJECTS
Scheduled to be launched in November 2015
Artists may submit an art project/artwork to be presented at the virtual gallery of the festival.
Submissions are accepted in various genres, such as:
- Installations (interactive, site-specific, etc.)
- Multiple projections
- Immersive environments
- Videographic documentation of works with interactive and participative character
- Digital Platforms
- Visual Arts
Artworks will be evaluated through a single blind selection process by the Curatorial Commission.
For further information please go to: http://postscreenfestival.