Networked Realities & Prospective Locative Hacks Art Exhibition

8 May 2006
12 May 2006

Artist-engineer hybrids are invited to submit artworks for the ACM exhibition to take place in the California Nanosystems Institute at
UC Santa Barbara.

For this exhibition we seek artworks that raise issues related to human-human, human-machine, human-machine-world, machine-machine,
human-world and machine-world interactions, placing a strong emphasis on the role of the notion of awareness, be it cultural, linguistic, network-centric, spatial or geospatial. Deadline is May 12, 2006.

In particular, we seek works that focus on the roles that multimedia content and technologies play in exploring human and social aspects of technology and science, including how it may re-define relationships and understanding between cultures and already established disciplines. We welcome any interactive artworks that
address the topics above, including multimodal interactive spaces, locative media artworks, networked systems, data visualizations and communications systems.

Please visit the website
mat.ucsb for up-to-date information including deadlines, procedures, list of exhibition and program review committee.

ACM Multimedia is the premier annual multimedia conference, covering all aspects of multimedia computing. The ACM Multimedia Interactive
Art Program seeks to bring together the arts and multimedia communities to create the stage to explore, discuss, and push the limits for the advancement of both multimedia technology through the arts, and the arts through multimedia technology.

The Interactive Art Program consists of a conference track and an art exhibition. We invite artists working with digital media and researchers in technical areas to submit their original contributions.

contact phone ISAT: +8816-3157-6514
by appointment only until APR 15, 2006