Trans-X Symposium: A Symposium About Transmission Art :: May 25-27, 2012 :: Call for Papers — Deadline March 16.
Rooted in the earliest experiments with radio, Transmission Art has continued to flourish with experiments with wireless communications technology over the past 100 years. The 21st Century is not excluded from this experimentation as artists have ventured into exploring a variety of mobile-based platforms and more lesser known forms of transmission such as VLF. The terrain of transmission art is dynamic and fluid, always open to redefinition.
The Trans-X symposium, part of the Deep Wireless Festival of Radio & Transmission Art, will focus on transmission art, with particular interest in paper contributions that summarize, examine or reframe traditions and histories of transmission art practices, technology, education and pedagogy. Additionally, we are very interested in paper presentations that go beyond the local contingent to give a sense of what new technologies of international transmission activity might sound like.
Proposals related to any aspect of transmission art practice are welcome. Submit a 500-1000 word abstract, and a biography of 250 words or less, to the symposium’s Review Committee at: http://naisa.ca/transx-submit-piece.php
All symposium contributions will be webcast live, and text proceedings will be published on-line on the NAISA web-site.
Deadline for receipt of proposals: Friday March 16, 2012 @ 11:59 PM EST
Notification of acceptance: Monday April 2, 2012
Symposium sessions including workshops, keynote lectures, papers and
panel discussions: May 26 & 27, 2012
Keynote address by Joseph Galen-Hunter, author of Transmission Arts: Artists & Airwaves and Executive Director of free103point9
Deep Wireless Festival concerts: May 25 and 26, 2012 @ 20:00
Symposium registration fees (General): $70 (includes admission to all
Symposium registration fees (Student): $35 (includes admission to all concerts)
Questions and requests for further information should be directed to: email@example.com
Galen Joseph-Hunter, author of Transmission Arts: Artists and Airwaves
Anna Friz, post-doctoral fellow, School of the Art Institute of Chicago
Gregory Whitehead, radio artist / co-editor of Wireless Imagination
Jonathon Guberman, Site 3 coLaboratory
Geoffrey Shea, OCAD University
Tetsuo Kogawa, Tokyo Keizai University