Panels

Panel Details

Panel 1 – Weds 20th: 15:30 – 17:00

Other spaces, other surfaces
Casting Yiyun Kang
Kate Moss and the Holosphere: Presence, Illusion, and Savage Beauty Su-Anne Yeo
Metaphorical projections of knowledge: how science fiction can help museums envisage knowledge systems Coral Manton

 

Panel 2 – Thurs 21st: 10:00 – 11:30

Archaeology: Practices
Projections as community action Aleksandra Dulic
After Cinema: Projection Mapping Digital Culture in the Video-Esséance Craig Saper & Lynn Tomlinson
Behind/Beyond the Screen: A Screen History Cecile Martin

 

Panel 3  – Thurs 21st: 12:00 – 13:30

Thinking images, making images
Profilmic Parallax Projections Patrick Tarrant
Digital Shadow Dan Shay
Imagistic Projection as Relational Becoming Andreia Oliveira

 

Panel 4 – Thurs 21st: 14:30 – 16:00

Archaeology: Devices
Thomas Edison’s Kinetoscope and the Campaign to Control the Film Industry Claudy Op Den Kamp & Amanda Egbe
Slide-tape: Key Works in the UK since the 1970s Mary White
Six (or seven) ways of looking at a magic lantern slide Richard Crangle

 

Panel 5 – Fri 22nd: 10:00 – 11:30

Bodies and the subject in expanded AV
Mapping Body and Space, on the body installation “Study for Nowhere” Marcus Bastos
From the Geometry of Anamorphosis to Expanded Cinema – An Internal in the Body Thi Nguyen
Digital body living beside screen Miguel Almiron & Azadeh Nilchiani
Views from above Elena Cologni

 

Panel 6 – Fri 22nd: 12:00 – 13:30

Immersive Stoytelling / Expanded Projection
Elastic 3D Space Anthony Head & Leila Sujir
Bark and Butterflies: Projection, Post-Memory and Phantasmagoria Adrian Palka
The case for an unfortunate mural: videomapping as a response to city planning violence Ela W-Walters