The Transdisciplinary Imaging Conference at the Intersection between Art, Science and Culture
He could see the tall, peeling yellow building at the periphery of his range of vision. But something about it struck him as strange. A shimmer, an unsteadiness, as if the building faded forward into stability and then retreated into insubstantial uncertainty. An oscillation, each phase lasting a few seconds and then blurring off into its opposite, a fairly regular variability as if an organic pulsation underlay the structure. As if, he thought, it’s alive.
(Phillip K Dick. 1969)
The Fourth International Conference on Transdisciplinary Imaging at the Intersections of Art, Science and Culture 2016 – THE ATEMPORAL IMAGE – is being hosted by i-DAT at Plymouth University in the Roland Levinsky Building, located in the heart of Plymouth City. The conference will access a broad range of imaging technologies located on the Plymouth campus, including the Immersive Vision Theatre, the Wolfson Nanomagnetics Laboratory and the Electron Microsopy Centre.
Early Bird Delegate Rate: £65.00 Available until 10th June 2016 / Early Bird Non-Plymouth University Student Rate: £35.00 Available until 10th June 2016 / Late Delegate Rate: £80.00 Available until 23rd June 2016 / Late Non-Plymouth University Student Rate £45.00 Available until 23rd June 2016 / Plymouth University Staff or Student Rate free – Available until 23rd June 2016. Please note that proof of student ID may be asked for during registration. eStore Link
The Transimage Conference takes place over three days on the 1st, 2nd and 3rd of July 2016.
The Stage 1 Abstract Submissions Deadline is the
29 January 2016 NEW DATE: 21 February 2016 (see Author Guidelines)
The Stage 2 Full Paper Deadline will be after the conference on the 1st August 2016.
THE ATEMPORAL IMAGE
The Fourth International Conference on Transdisciplinary Imaging adopts the theme of the ATEMPORAL IMAGE and calls for papers that explore how a new temporality informs and plays out across contemporary visual culture. Participants are asked to address aspects of the atemporal at least one of the following areas:
the still image | the immersive image | the sound as image | hypermediacy and the iconic character of the image | politics of the image and/or image making in a transdisciplinary context| life sciences and bioart in relation to the living image| distributed and networked image | The trans-scalar image(inary), from the nano to the astronomical image | Artificial and computer vision | moving still | image as time, real-time and glitch-time| archival, permanency and immediacy| aesthetics and proliferation of the image
The conference invites papers that respond to the above provocation in areas related to: Media Arts, Painting, Drawing, Curating, Installation, Film, Video, Photography, Computer/data Visualization/sonification, Real-time Imaging, Intelligent Systems and Image Science.