The Second International Conference on the Histories of Media, Art, Science and Technology
re:place 2007 is an international forum for the presentation and the discussion of exemplary approaches to the rapport between art, media, science and technology. With the title, 're:place', we propose a thematic focus on locatedness and the migration of knowledge and knowledge production in the interdisciplinary contexts of art, historiography, science and technology. re:place 2007 is a project of Kulturprojekte Berlin GmbH in cooperation with Haus der Kulturen der Welt. This conference is a sequel to 'Refresh!', the first in this series, chaired by Oliver Grau and produced by the Database of Virtual Art, Leonardo, and Banff New Media Institute, and held at the Banff Center in Canada in September 2005, which brought together several hundred artists, scientists, researchers, curators and theoreticians of different disciplines.
18 November, Sunday, 10h
Presentation of Results of the LBI Workshop on Documentation and Metadata with Dieter Daniels a.o.
Forum discussion: Rebooting Cyber-Feminism
Facilitated by Irina Aristarkhova
Rebooting Cyberfeminism, a Roundtable discussion, will address ways of evaluating the histories and impact of cyberfeminism on current and future contributions to media art, technology practices, and activism in electronic (and Real) spaces. We invite virtual and/or physical participation and comments from all those interested. We are initiating an open discussion on a variety of topics including “Histories of Cyberfeminism,” and “Genealogy of Art Groups”.
Forum Discussion: Connecting Music(ology) and Media Art
Statements by Dr. Joseph Cohen (Collège de Philosophie, Paris) and Dr. Rolf Grossmann (Applied Cultural Studies/Aesthetics, Leuphana University Lüneburg). Discussants include Dr. Werner Jauk (University of Graz) and Dr. Paul Modler (Design University Karlsruhe).
Moderation by Joyce Shintani (Design University Karlsruhe)
Feedback Session and planning for re: conference follow-up in 2009
more information at: mediaarthistory.org