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Making Reality Really Real [no Trondheim]

11th Consciousness International Reframed Conference 2010: Making Reality Really Real :: November 4-6, 2010 :: TEKS, PB 2227, 7412 Trondheim, Norway :: Call for Abstracts (no more than 500 words) — Deadline: May 9, 2010.

Making Reality Really Real: The status of our reality is uncertain. We know that the material world experienced through our senses is a representation of quantum phenomena that can be observed at another level of resolution. But are sub-atomic particles in turn representations of something beyond, something that approaches the really Real? Virtual Reality and the Metaverse provide a vivid and consequential normality that may come to render the material world largely obsolete for those who live largely online or in cyberspace. Until recently, we adapted our sensibilities to fit into separate boxes, – real, virtual, spiritual, and so on – which we saw as serving separate ontologies. That separation has now merged into a continuous flow, in which telecommunications, computing, nano technology, and pharmacology play significant roles. How might the artist address these issues, and how might the arts explore them further?

Presentations and papers are invited from artists, scientists and theorists in all fields! The Conference will be accompanied by a publication of full papers due to be released at the opening of biennial for art and technology, Meta.Morf – New.Brave.World!, Trondheim, October 7, 2010. Publisher, TEKS.

In cooperation with the Planetary Collegium, University of Plymouth, England, TEKS – Trondheim Electronic Arts Centre, Trondheim, Norway, is hosting the 11th Consciousness Reframed International Research Conference, with the title of MAKING REALITY REALLY REAL. The conference will be part of Norway´s new biennial for art and technology, Meta.Morf, that takes place in Trondheim from October 7 to November 7, 2010.

The Consciousness Reframed conference series was founded by Roy Ascott at the University of Wales in 1997. Consciousness Reframed is a forum for trans-disciplinary inquiry into art, science, technology, design and consciousness, drawing upon the expertise and insights of artists, designers, architects, performers, musicians, writers, scientists, and scholars, usually from at least 20 countries.

Presentations and papers are invited from artists, scientists and theorists in all fields!

– Deadline for Abstracts (no more than 500 words): May 9, 2010.
– Notification of Acceptance by May 23, 2010.
– Full papers deadline July 11, 2010.
– Date of Publication release October 7, 2010. Publisher, TEKS.
– Conference date, Making Reality Really Real, November, 4 – 6 2010

The Conference will be accompanied by a publication of full papers due to be released at the opening of biennial for art and technology, Meta.Morf – New.Brave.World!, Trondheim, October 7, 2010. Publisher, TEKS.

Submissions: Abstracts should be submitted as an attached document in Word (docx) or Rich Text (rtf) by e-mail to: teks [at] teks.no. The subject line should be tagged Making reality really real.

Submission Requirements: Include in your submission the title of the proposed paper, full name(s) of author(s), institutional affiliation(s), and your mailing address, including email/mobile/phone and URL as applicable. Five key words, and a short biography of 100 words maximum are also required. Your Abstract must be accompanied by a declaration of intention to attend the conference. We encourage submissions to include relevant images. However, the total file size of the abstract submission should not exceed 2 MB.

Acceptance: Abstracts will be acknowledged on receipt, and authors will be notified of acceptance by May 23, 2010.

Submission of Full Papers: Your paper (no more than 2500 words) will be required by July 11, 2010. Papers received after this date will not be published. Full details of copy-ready requirements will be supplied at the time of acceptance.

Presenters Fee: In order to be included in the Abstracts publication, Conference Programme, publicity and announcements, the registration fee for presenters will be 150 € and includes the Book of Abstracts along with a copy of the Conference Proceedings. Details of how to pay the registration fee will be given on the registration form available at the time of acceptance.


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