ACM Creativity and Cognition 2013 — Interactions / Intersections


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  • ACM Creativity and Cognition 2013 — Interactions / Intersections

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  • Introductory Statement

    Associated Event

    The 9th ACM Conference on Creativity and Cognition was held from 17-20 June 2013 at the University of Technology Sydney, Australia.  Creativity and Cognition is an international conference focusing on creativity, technology and interaction.  Running since 1993, these conferences have evolved into lively interdisciplinary meetings, bringing together artists and scientists, designers and educators, researchers and practitioners.

    Creativity and Cognition examines human creativity in its many manifestations.  It explores new techniques and tools to augment and amplify human creativity and considers the nature of that creativity and innovation in a range of contexts including art, science, performance, design and education.

    In 2013 Creativity and Cognition will immediately follow the International Symposium of Electronic Art  (ISEA), which will bring more than one thousand international artists, designers and technologists to Sydney.  The combination of Creativity and Cognition and ISEA will mean that June 2013 will be a significant and exciting time for those working at the intersection of creativity and technology.

    Creative Play – and other Workshops, Art Exhibition, Demo Sessions, Concerts, Graduate Symposium, Art Exhibition, Demo Sessions.

    Exhibiting Artists: Patricia Adams, Josephine Anstey, Benjamin David, Robert Bogart, Chris Bowman, Sean Clark, Ernest Edmonds, Arne Eigenfeldt, Livia Giocomini, Thomas Marcusson, Shannon Novak, Dave Pape, Philippe Pasquier, Stephanie Rajalingam, Barbara Rauch, Marin Reiser, Ernesto Sumarkho, Devin Wilson.


    Ken Friedman – The Challenge of Interdisciplinary Research
    Celine Latulipe – The Value of Research in Creativity and the Arts
    Bill Verplank – Sketching

    • Ken Friedman is a seminal figure in Fluxus, and had his first solo exhibition in New York in 1966. He has also been involved with mail art, and he has written extensively about Fluxus and Intermedia. He is Distinguished University Professor at Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne, AU.
    • Celine Latulipe, of the College of Computing and Informatics at UNC Charlotte (US), will discuss the position of research in relation to creativity and the arts.  Celine works on projects with choreographers, dancers, artists and theatre producers to better understand creative work in practice and how technology may play a role in supporting and evaluating creative work practices.
    • Bill Verplank is a visiting scholar at Stanford’s CCRMA (US) and worked at Xerox Parc refining the design of the original graphical user interface and mouse, in the Xerox Star. At C&C he will bring his unique style of visual lecturing to a talk entitled ‘Sketching’.