Date: 7th-8th September, 2012
Venue: ICSRiM, School of Music, University of Leeds
FIRST CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS
Live Interfaces is an academic conference on live, technology-mediated interaction in performance. The conference will seek cross-disciplinary understanding of performance technology, giving particular attention to issues surrounding liveness in interaction.
Live Interfaces will consist of workshop, paper and poster sessions over two days, with evening performances. Researchers from diverse fields are encouraged to participate, including from digital performance, live art, computer music, choreography, music psychology, interaction design, human computer interaction, digital aesthetics, computer vision, smart materials and augmented stage technology.
We invite submissions addressing the conference theme of technology-mediated live performance, and suggest the following indicative topics:
- Audience perception/interaction
- Biophysical sensors
- Brain-computer interfaces
- Computer vision/real-time video in performance
- Cross-modal perception/illusion
- Digital dramaturgy/choreography/composition
- Digital performance phenomenology
- Gesture recognition and control
- Historical perspectives
- Live coding in music, video animation and/or dance
- Participatory performance
- Performance technology aesthetics
- Redefining audience interaction
- Tangible interaction
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