Following the success established by previous annually held symposia in the Arts, we are pleased to announce the new 1st Symposium in Systems Research in the Arts and Humanities: “On Choreographies in Music, Visual and Performing Arts, and Environmental Design”, an interdisciplinary event to be held in Baden-Baden, July 30 to August 3, 2007.
Seminar and Paper proposals are invited for Presentation from authors (academics and practitioners) of diverse fields of scholarly investigation, according to one of the following formats: academic research paper, creative writing essay, report on practice-based work, performance, and/or workshop. We encourage contributions that are related to “systems in the Arts and Humanities”, but particular preference will be given to those exploring the analysis of ‘systems and processes’ within the frameworks of arts-related theories and human-phenomena analyses; as well as, applications of ‘cybernetics methods and approaches’ to the study of music, architecture, urban and interior design, dance, performance, theatre, digital media and visual arts. All proposals will be peer-reviewed and selected based on their scholarly quality, originality and potential for further discourse.
Paper Proposals/Abstracts should be submitted as soon as possible but not later than March 30, 2007. Notification of Acceptance will be sent to authors by April 16, 2007. Those selected will be scheduled for presentation and invited to submit the camera-ready full papers, not to exceed 5 single-spaced typed pages, by May 18, 2007.
Further information regarding the 1st Symposium in Systems Research in the Arts and Humanities: “On Choreographies in Music, Visual and Performing Arts, and Environmental Design” is available at the IIAS webpage http://www.iias.edu.
Previous Symposia in the Arts’ programmes and accepted papers are also available online at www.choreographyofspace.org. In the meantime, all enquires can be directed to the Symposium organisers Ana Luz (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Filipa Matos e Silva (email@example.com) at The Bartlett School, University College London, and also to the InterSymp2007 Conference Chairman Prof. George Lasker at IIAS (firstname.lastname@example.org).
ATTN: Ana Luz and Filipa Matos e Silva
The Bartlett School, University College London
Wates House, 22 Gordon Street
London WC1H 0QB
t: +44 (0) 2076794827
Prof. George E. Lasker,
C/O International Institute for Advanced Studies (I.I.A.S.),
PO Box 3010
Tecumseh, Ontario N8N 2M3
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