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    Papers

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    Session 1: Electronic arts
    Session 2: Data, art and time
    Session 3: The digital museum
    Session 4: Digital museum 2
    Session 5: Art through evolutionary computation
    Session 6: Digital art issues
    Session 7: Digital art issues
    Session 8: Electronic resources for the public
    Session 9: Music and art
    Session 10: Digital performance
    Session 11: Digital arts practice
    Session 12: Digital perceptions
    Session 13: Art in the digital age
    Session 14: Digital understandings of the past
    Session 15: Experiencing history

    Session 1: Electronic arts

    Discovering digital cultural capital in London’s events of art and technology: reviewing the last decade
    Alicia Bastos

    Legal networks: visualising the violence of the law
    Jeremy Pilcher

    The online potential of art creation and dissemination: DeviantArt as the next art venue
    Almila Akdag Salah

    Keynote paper
    Beyond seeing is believing
    Peter Cochrane

    Session 2: Data, art and time

    Visualisation of live code
    Alex McLean, et al.

    Anticipation in networked musical performance
    Pedro Rebelo and Robert King

    Beyond abstract film: constructivist digital time
    Ernest Edmonds

    Keynote paper
    Tracking interactions: new ways of finding value in the use of museums
    Seb Chan

    Session 3: The digital museum

    A new media approach: visualisation of a digital exhibition. Research on representation and design of cultural interfaces
    Blanca Acuña

    Exploring the digital commons: an approach to the visualisation of large heritage datasets
    Sam Hinton and Mitchell Whitelaw

    Context for costumes: faceted access to historic costumes
    Arden Kirkland, et al.

    Session 4: Digital museum 2

    A third space: reconsidering issues of neutrality and accessibility in the virtual art museum
    Theopisti Stylianou-Lambert and Elena Stylianou

    The constructivist museum and the web
    Yvonne Hellin-Hobbs

    Dulwich OnView: an art museum-based virtual community generated by the local community
    Ingrid Beazley, et al.

    Augmented reality for interpretive and experiential learning
    Steven Snyder and Karen Elinich

    A system for the investigation of cracks
    Luciana Bordoni and Giuseppe Moscara

    Session 5: Art through evolutionary computation

    Exploring Duchampian and Darwinian ideas through interactive means
    Dew Harrison

    Integration of user-centred evolutionary computation with digital visualisation

    Barry Dean and Ian Parmee

    The evolution of architectural forms through computer visualisation: muqarnas example
    Mohammad A Yaghan

    Exploring Persian rug design using a computational evolutionary approach
    ArefeDalvandi, et al.

    Session 6: Digital art issues

    Photography as a tool of alienation: Aura
    Murat Germen

    Using a projected Trompe L'Oeil to highlight a church interior from the inside
    A Hoeben

    Simulated-3D visualisation of artefacts using a portable electromechanical object rig
    R Collmann and A Borda

    The limits of resolution
    Lindsay MacDonald

    Keynote paper
    Digital preservation: terminology, techniques, testing and trust
    David Giaretta

    Session 7: Digital art issues

    Creative identity theft: issues for artists in collaborative online environments
    Gregory Sporton

    Are digital picturings representations?
    Annamaria Carusi, et al.

    Session 8: Electronic resources for the public

    Mixed reality and curatorial design: from existing practice to the nomad_tech museum
    Jules Moloney

    Meta-Image - a collaborative environment for the image discourse
    Lisa Dieckmann, et al.

    Let me understand the poetry: embedding interactive storytelling within panoramic virtual environments
    Karol Kwiatek and Martin Woolner.

    Digital image archives as public artwork and community engagement
    Sylvia Grace Borda

    Session 9: Music and art

    MiMic: a motion control interface for music
    Matt Benatan, et al.

    Voice interfaces in electronic art
    Martha Gabriel

    Interactive multimedia rocks for geology
    Kia Ng and Bee Ong

    MusicalNodes, the visual music library
    Lisa Dalhuijsen and Lieven van Velthoven

    Keynote paper
    The ceramic age: a gloss on depth
    Alan Read

    Session 10: Digital performance

    Implementation and development of sculptural interfaces for digital performance of music through embodied expression
    Richard Hoadley

    Eye.Breathe.Music: creating music through minimal movement
    Sam Bailey, et al.

    Session 11: Digital arts practice

    The valuation of emerging media arts in the age of digital reproduction
    David R. Burns

    Media archaeology in art practice
    Chris Cornish

    Virtual worlds as art practice: EvoArt methodologies
    Rui Filipe Antunes and Frederic Fol Leymarie

    Architectonic influences of multimedia and their spatial significance
    Anne James and Dai Nagasaka

    Keynote paper
    Renewing knowledge structures for Media Art
    Oliver Grau

    Session 12: Digital perceptions

    Face, portrait, mask - using a parameterised system to explore synthetic face space
    Steve DiPaola

    Motion Studies: an art and science collaboration
    Fernanda D'Agostino, et al.

    Capturing worlds
    Julie Innes

    Session 13: Art in the digital age

    Flesh for fantasy: the future of sadomasochism and performance art in virtual worlds
    Lisa Newman

    The relevance of traditional drawing in the digital age
    Phil Hawks

    Session 14: Digital understandings of the past

    Reconstructing the Music Hall Rotunda and Annex at Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens c. 1764
    Stephen Caffey, et al.

    New light on old stone: recording and reinventing visual culture
    Martin Crampin

    Session 15: Experiencing history

    Re-connecting visual content to place in a mobile guide for the Shrine of Remembrance
    Wally Smith, et al.

    Just in time: defining historical chronographics
    Stephen Boyd Davis, et al.

    Ideas and influences
    Tony Longson

    EVA 2010: Electronic Visualisation and the Arts cover

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