We are inviting short, succinct provocations addressing a question of vital importance to those interested in the intersection of movement and computing: What escapes computation in interactive performance? We encourage submissions from professionals and students, artists and scientists, philosophers and robots, and everyone in between and beyond.
PROVOCATIONS ARE ACCEPTED ON AN ONGOING BASIS, AND ALL PROVOCATIONS WILL BE SHARED ONLINE!!!
Provocations received before June 27th, 2018 will also be shared in the context of the Conference on Movement and Computing (MOCO) (June 28-30, 2018 in Genoa, Italy), and will serve as the basis for a panel discussion at the conference. You are welcome to submit a provocation regardless of plans to attend MOCO 2018, and we will continue to post provocations even after the conference.
Contributors may wish to consider ways in which bodies, gestures, movements, and interactions are described, inscribed, and prescribed via:
- the design of hardware and software for interaction;
- interaction mappings that generate sonification, bio-feedback, and bio-control (including with machine learning and artificial intelligence); and
- choreographic and compositional approaches to interaction design.
We are interested in diverse disciplinary motives, methods, and modes of articulation on this topic. EVERYONE IS WELCOME TO SUBMIT, regardless of disciplinary background, plans to attend MOCO 2018, or interest in being a panelist. For further thematic guidance, please read the full panel abstract.
The provocation should be max 250 words or 60 seconds for time-based media (e.g. video, audio, slides, ?). If you wish to include media other than text, files up to 100MB can uploaded via the google form.
SUBMIT A PROVOCATION HERE: https://goo.gl/forms/wZ6Ed1gkWT0QrpYu1
If you have any questions, please contact Teoma Naccarato and John MacCallum at: email@example.com