Date and location
from November 4, 2021 until November 7, 2021
NowNet Arts Conference 2021News Eventfrom November 4, 2021 until November 7, 2021
Network Arts: Transformation of Distance
The Orpheus Institute is for the third time one of the satellite sites for the NowNet Arts Conference. NowNet Arts Conference is an annual event for artists, technologists, researchers, educators, and industry professionals advancing topics in contemporary network arts for the ongoing development of the field.
NowNet Arts Conference is an annual event for artists, technologists, researchers, educators, and industry professionals advancing topics in contemporary network arts for the ongoing development of the field. The 2021 theme “Network Arts: Transformation of Distance” refers to geographic distance and broader concepts such as physical, emotional, societal, environmental, and dimensional distance. What is distance? How is distance transformed in the field? How can the field address distance through diversity, equity, access, and inclusion? How can the geographic nature of network arts transform environmental relationships? Is there distance in loss on individual and collective scales that can be transformed? How can we develop artistic and technological components of these transformations in our field? The NowNet Arts Conference 2021 is a program of papers, workshops, presentations, panels, and concert demonstrations that feature this topic and generate new innovations for this work forward.
Presenters and attendees can participate from any conference site or any individual remote site via Zoom. Status and policies of facilities for in-person attendance will be updated leading up to the conference dates.
Institute for Advanced Computational Science (IACS), Stony Brook University, New York, USA
- Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics (CCRMA), Stanford University, California, USA
- LASALLE College of the Arts, Singapore
- The Learning Environments virtual reality lab, University of Melbourne, Australia
- Orpheus Institute, Ghent, Belgium
- The Peabody Institute of the Johns Hopkins University, Maryland, USA
Softwares and hardwares for network arts will be utilized including JackTrip, LOLA, UltraGrid, Zoom, and others. Research papers are eligible upon peer review for the Journal of Network Music and Arts (JONMA) published by Stony Brook University.
Director: Sarah Weaver, NowNet Arts Inc.
Chris Chafe, Stanford University
Margaret Schedel, Stony Brook University
→ More info & registration: nownetarts.org/nownet-arts-conference-2021