Author: Bonnie Mitchell

Mixing it Up

Moderated by Cynthia Rubin and Sue Gollifer Event Date/Time: Los Angeles, USA Fri, Mar 31, 2023 at 1:00 pm PDTDenver, USA Fri, Mar 31, 2023 at 2:00 pm MDTChicago, USA Fri, Mar 31, 2023 at 3:00 pm CDTNew York, USA Fri, Mar 31, 2023 at 4:00 pm EDTLondon, United Kingdom Fri, Mar 31, 2023 at […]

New Media Architecture(s): A Speculative Vision of Change in the Arts, Design, & Sciences

Friday, December 9, 2022 – 4PM EDT/21:00 GMT Watch a recording of the presentations and discussion: Session Description  What are the imagined dimensional flows, shapes, and spaces within contemporary Arts, Design, and Science research? How are creativity, intelligence, practice, and theory measured against our systemic societal narratives controlling our world today? Our spaces can be […]

The Earth, Our Home: Exhibition Opening and Artist Talks

Moderated by Bonnie Mitchell and Jan Searleman Online exhibition opening and 18 artist lightning talks Exhibition Website Description  The ACM SIGGRAPH Digital Arts Community online exhibition entitled The Earth, Our Home: Art, Technology and Critical Action is a peer-reviewed art exhibition that explores environmental issues and humanity’s relationship to the earth and its inhabitants. […]

Melentie Pandilovski in Conversation with Stelarc

Date/Time: Friday February 25, 2022 / 21:00 GMT San Diego, USA, 1:00 pm PSTChicago, USA, 3:00 pm CSTNew York, USA, 4:00 pm ESTBogota, Colombia, 4:00 pm COTRio de Janeiro, Brazil, 6:00 pm BRTAmsterdam, Netherlands, 10:00 pm CETSydney, Australia, Saturday, February 26 at 8:00 am AEDT **Session Video** Description Stelarc is a Cyprus-born Australian Performance Artist, […]

Decolonial Media Art Beyond 530 Years: the future-past vs. coloniality

Moderated by Liliana Conlisk Gallegos and Kathy Rae Huffman Date/Time: Friday April 29, 2022 / 13:00 PDT/ 16:00 EDT/20:00 GMT Time and Date Converter ** Session Video ** Description Coloniality refers to the colonial ideals, concepts, formats, and organizations which continue to produce decontextualized knowledge which ignores that there have always been other ways of […]