ISEA94: Fifth International Symposium on Electronic Art




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Fifth International Symposium on Electronic Art

Location:

Helsinki, Finland

Dates:

23 August - 28 August, 1994

Organised by:

University of Art and Design Helsinki TAIK

In Cooperation With:

Sibelius Academy, Theatre Academy of Helsinki, Museum Of Contemporary Art (Kiasma), Muu Media Festival, and IMAGE Magazine

Overview:

The ISEA’94 conference was held at the Marina Congress Centre, the UIAH, the Auditorium of the Finnish Film Foundation and the Museum of Contemporary Art. Workshops were given at the UIAH and the Sibelius Academy. The main Art Exhibition was held at the Museum for Contemporary Art, other exhibits took place at the Customs Office & Warehouse Building, Otso Gallery, CompuCafe and Post Area. Performances were given at Club Tavastia, 102,4 MHz (Ambient City Radio), Cultural Centre of Eastern Helsinki (STOA) and Internet. The 5 programmes of the Electronic Theatre was held in the Old Harbour Warehouse K13. An ‘e-club’ (open 9 pm – 4 am) was organised at Vanha + club ZOO.  As the closure of ISEA94 a cruise trip to St. Petersburg was organised, including a meeting with local media artists.  ISEA’94 was supported by the Ministry of Education, the Promotion Centre for Audiovisual Culture (AVEK), the Finnish Film Foundation, the Finnish Broadcasting Company (YLE) and the City of Helsinki. ISEA’94 was endorsed by the Inter-Society for the Electronic Arts and ISAST.


Organising Committee:

  • Minna Tarkka, Programme Director
  • Susanna Koskinen, Programme Co-ordinator
  • Kari Happonen, Producer
  • Olli-Pekka Kallio, Technical Co-ordinator
  • Raija Berg, Registration

Introductory and Welcome Notes:


Annual General Meetings:


Informal Get-together:


Other Committees:

Steering Committee

  • the rector of the UIAH
  • the director of the UIAH Further Education Centre
  • and others

Patron

  • Olli-Pekka Heinonen, Minister of Education

Art Jury:


International Programme Committee:

  • Roy Ascott -
    • University of Plymouth
    • University of Wales College
  • Jean-Babtiste Barriere -
    • Institut de Recherche et Coordination Acoustique/Musique(IRCAM)
    [
    • France
    ]
  • Red Burns -
    • State University of New York
    [
    • United States
    ]
  • Anne-Marie Duguet -
    • Universite de Paris 1
    [
    • France
    ]
  • Dr. Ross Harley -
    • University of New South Wales
    • TISEA
    [
    • Australia
    ]
  • Theo Hesper -
    • Foundation for Creative Computer Applications
    • Inter-Society for the Electronic Arts
    [
    • Netherlands
    ]
  • Derrick de Kerckhove -
    • University of Toronto (U of T)
    [
    • Canada
    ]
  • Machiko Kusahara -
    • Waseda University
    • Art-Sci Center
    • UCLA
    • Tokyo Institute of Polytechnics
    • Digital Image
    • Kobe University
    [
    • Japan
    ]
  • Roger F. Malina -
    • International Society for the Arts, Science & Technology
    • NASA EUVE Observatory
    • Leonardo Publications
    • M.I.T Press
    • University of Texas at Dallas
    [
    • United States
    ]
  • Margaret Morse -
    • University of California at Santa Cruz
    [
    • United States
    ]
  • Simon Penny -
    • University of California at Irvine
    [
    • United States
    ]
  • Wim van der Plas -
    • Inter-Society for the Electronic Arts
    [
    • Netherlands
    ]
  • Christine Schöpf -
    • Ars Electronica
    [
    • Austria
    ]
  • Jeffrey Shaw -
    • City University Hong Kong
    • Zentrum fur Kunst und Medientechnologie
    • ZKM
    [
    • Australia
    ]
  • Roman Verostko -
    • Minneapolis College of Art and Design
    [
    • United States
    ]
  • John Vince -
    • Thompson Simulation Systems
    [
    • United Kingdom
    ]

Publications: