The New Media Caucus invites artists, scholars, and theoreticians to submit proposals for a panel discussion titled Procedural Art: Game Platforms for Creative Expression. We welcome presentations focused on the design, aesthetics, and affordances of game platforms for new media art, as well as in critical approaches to this emerging genre. We are especially interested in sharing projects that demonstrate the creative use of game platforms in fine art contexts, and in highlighting the full range of possibilities this new medium offers.
Each participant will present a 10-15 presentation, and then participate in a discussion on the genre in relation to the larger art world.
Submission must include:
- 3-page CV, submitted as PDF
- 300 – 600 word abstract that describes the artistic or scholarly work.
- Documentation of art, if appropriate.
Publishing Requirement: Media-N Journal of the New Media Caucus will publish a conference edition after the CAA conference, showcasing conference proceedings sponsored by the NMC. To this end, Individuals are required to submit materials for the journal edition. Media-N offers flexibility regarding how to achieve the publishing requirement. Once invitations are accepted, the Editor-in-Chief of Media-N will contact the chair(s) to further discuss and plan for the publishing requirement. All materials for publication must be completed by mid-April after the conference.
- This panel is for a 2-hour New Media Caucus sponsored panel session in the College Art Association Media Lounge.
- Panelists must be New Media Caucus members. There are no membership fees. JOIN NMC
- Panelists do not need to be CAA members.
- NMC does not fund conference fees, transportation, or hotels for panelists.
- Presenting during a 1.5 hour session does not disqualify you from chairing a panel or serving as a panelist in 2.5 hour session at CAA.
TIMELINE: Peer review will occur shortly after the deadline. Notification of acceptance will be late September.
DEADLINE: Email submissions by August 31, 2015 to Victoria Szabo