International Conference

Digital Culture & AudioVisual Challenges

Interdisciplinary Creativity in Arts and Technology

June 1-2, 2018

Social Media

SCHEDULE



Friday, June 1st 2018
09:30-11:00
Session 1: New Aesthetics - New Dimensions
Chair: Nikolaos Kanellopoulos , Ionian University, Greece
1.1 Complexities of form: On the implications of Spencer-Brownian logicomathematical universe to a constructivist processual aesthetics of nested space-forms and reflexive structures Dimitris Ginosatis Ionian University, Greece
1.2 Dynamic Generation and Exploration of Symmetrical Textures from Real-time Camera Input on Mobile Devices Nikitas M. Sgouros University of Piraeus, Greece
1.3 Digital Holography and Parametric Design in the Redefinition of the Architectural Object Nikos Kourniatis National Technical University of Athens, Greece
1.4 An interactive Art Application of a Proposed Fourth Spatial Dimension Cosmological Model Dimitrios Traperas, Nikolaos Kanellopoulos Ionian University, Greece
1.5 Design mechanism: A design methodology for the "construction" of urban reality. Eirini Krasaki National Technical University of Athens, Greece
Ionian Academy
11:00-11:30
Coffee Break
Ionian Academy
11:30-13:00
Session 2: Digital Culture and Technologies I
Chair: Andreas Floros, Ionian University, Greece
2.1 TANGIBLE PROGRAMS Athina Angelopoulou National Technical University of Athens, Greece
2.2 The Role of Recommender Systems in Cultural Heritage George Pavlidis Athena Research Centre, Greece
2.3 Sound art and technology: exploring the affective intensities of embodied audibility Andromachi Vrakatseli, Nikos Bubaris University of the Aegean, Greece
2.4 The Soundscape of a Terrorist Attack as Materiology for Live Performance and its Performative, Social and Ethical Implications Theodoros Lotis Ionian University, Greece
2.5 Immortality and resurrection of the digital self Konstantinos Chorianopoulos Ionian University, Greece
Ionian Academy
13:00-14:00
Keynote Speaker: Maurice Benayoun
Chair: Nikolaos Kanellopoulos, Ionian University, Greece
The Post Digital Wave: The End of the End of Art Maurice Benayoun University of Hong Kong
Ionian Academy
14:00-15:00
Lunch Break
Ionian Academy
15:00-16:30
Session 3: Gamification - Augmented Reality
Chair: Ioannis Deliyannis, Ionian University, Greece
3.1 AstroSonic: an educational audio gamification approach Emmanouel Rovithis, Andreas Floros Ionian University, Greece
3.2 DIY Filmmaking in Greece in the Digital Era Yorgos Drosos Ionian University, Greece
3.3 Augmented reality and arts Maria Papadopoulou, Ioannis Deliyannis Ionian University, Greece
3.4 Translation through the looking glass of Augmented Reality Georgia Tsimpida Ionian University, Greece
3.5 Creating algorithmic audiovisual narratives through the use of Augmented Reality prints Iro Laskari Hellenic Open University, Greece
Ionian Academy
16:30-17:00
Coffee Break
Ionian Academy
17:00-18:30
Session 4: Art and Technology
Chair: Dalila Honorato, Ionian University, Greece
4.1 Blockchain and Paratactic Media Works Ebru Yetiskin Istanbul Technical University, Turkey
4.2 Seeing Nina Lyons, Matt Smith Institute of Technology, Blanchardstown, Ireland
4.3 Cyborg art and the rise of a specific vocabulary: which are the challenges for curators in the expression of a new post-human identity? Anastasia Terzidou, Rafaela Karagianni six impossible wishes, creative agency for new media art, Athens, Greece
4.4 UNIVERSAL MONSTERS - The Early Posthuman Cultural Icons Penny Papageorgopoulou, Dimitris Charitos National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece
4.5 Mediated self and subjectification. Selfies as a negation of alterity - Cindy Sherman, Inti Romero and massive auto-photography Maria Argyrokastriti Ionian University, Greece
Ionian Academy
18:00-20:15
Session 5: Digital Culture and Education I
Chair: Konstantinos Koskinas, Panteion University, Greece
5.1 Teaching electronic music principles to kindergarten-age in the digital era with Synth4kids web-application Yannis Mygdanis European University Cyprus
5.2 ARTISTS: A virtual Reality culTural experIence perSonalized arTworks System: The “Children Concert” painting case study George Trichopoulos, John Aliprantis, Markos Konstantakis, George Caridakis University of the Aegean, Greece
5.3 Virtuation Konstantinos Koskinas, Maria Koletsi Panteion University, Greece
5.4 ORCHESTRA: An integrated ICT platform for creating rich interactive cultural experiences Vassileios Tsetsos, Vera Kriezi, Odysseas Sekkas, Periklis Ntanassis Mobics S.A., Music Library of Greece
5.5 Digital artificial composers: issues of ontology, musical-aesthetic values, and cultural meanings May Kokkidou, Zoe Dionyssiou University of Western Macedonia, Greece
Ionian University, Greece
Ionian Academy
Saturday, June 2nd 2018
09:00-10:45
Session 6: Digital Culture and Education II
Chair: Agnes Papadopoulou, Ionian University, Greece
6.1 Art Didactics and Creative Technologies: Digital culture and new forms of students’ activation Agnes Papadopoulou, Polyxeni Kaimara, Sofia-Maria Poulimenou, Ioannis Deliyannis Ionian University, Greece
6.2 Transmedia Storytelling, Media Convergence and Creative Writing Vassiliki Nanou, Polyxeni Kaimara, Agnes Papadopoulou Ionian University, Greece
6.3 Development of a scale for measuring the learning experience in serious games. Preliminary results Emmanuel Fokides, Polyxeni Kaimara, Ioannis Deliyannis, Pinelopi Atsikpasi University of the Aegean, Greece
Ionian University, Greece
6.4 Can we step into the same river again? Thinking together the memory and the future of dialectical images. Triantafyllos Tranos Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece
6.5 INFORMATION FATIGUE Distortion of Information, caused by Brain Confusion due to Overload (Conclusion, from Research by the Psychobioanalytical Research Working Group “ἐκ τῶν ὑστέρων”) Constantinos Dimoulas, Theodora Papadimitriou, Evripidis Dimoulas, Elli Velliou, Areti Galli Psychobioanalytical Research Working Group “ἐκ τῶν ὑστέρων”, Greece
6.6 Technologically mediated participatory and performative artistic expressions as social educational tools Spiros Papadopoulos, Maria Loukou, Avrokomi Zavitsanou University of Thessaly, Greece
Ionian Academy
10:45-12:30
Session 7: Digital StoryTelling
Chair: Michael Meimaris, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece
7.1 Dramatization and Digital Technology in Ιntergenerational Learning Gerasimos Polymeris, Andreas Giannakoulopoulos, Konstantinos Tiligadis Regional Directorate of P&S Education of Ionian Islands. Ionian University, Greece
7.2 Co-authoring and user interaction in digital storytelling. A case study Caterina Antonopoulou University of the Aegean, Greece
7.3 Comparative interpretation and approaches to the development of interactive tools in an Ancient Drama performance George Petras, Panagiotis Tsagkarakis National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece
7.4 AudioVisual Performance with Augmented Reality Mobile Device Kweiming Tseng, Pei-Hsien Hsu National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan
7.5 The Artist as Facilitator - Selected Aspects of Media Aesthetic Education Aleksandar Vejnovic Darmstadt UAS, Germany
7.6 Locating poetic objects: Experiencing poetry into site through walking, sound and interaction Bill Psarras Ionian University, Greece
Ionian Academy
12:30-12:45
Coffee Break
Ionian Academy
12:45-14:45
Guest Speakers
Chair: Michael Panagopoulos, Ionian University, Greece
Smooth/Striated, Place/Non-Place: Spaces for Metaverse Avatars Elif Ayiter Sabanci University, Turkey
Sound of Troubled Worlds = Songs for Serenity - “There are still songs to sing beyond mankind” by Paul Celan Robertina Sebjanic artist researcher (robertina.net), Ljubljana, Slovenia
Referentiality: Video Book Case Study Adnan Hadziselimovic University of Malta
Computational Game Designers: How Artificial Intelligence can automate and support the creation of game content Antonios Liapis University of Malta
Ionian Academy
14:45-15:30
Lunch Break
Ionian Academy
15:30-17:15
Session 8: Digital Culture and Technologies II
Chair: Andreas Giannakoulopoulos, Ionian University, Greece
8.1 The digital artist as the creator of potential space and time heterogeneities Mirsini Vounatsou, Stelios Dexis University of West Attica, Greece
8.2 Blockchain Technology and Digital Arts Marina Markellou NCSR Demokritos, Greece
8.3 Games of Chance via the Internet; online gambling as a commercial pursuit in need of appropriate regulation Ioanna Alexopoulou University of Peloponnese, Greece
8.4 LITERALLY UN-LOCK AND SPEED-UP YOUR CONTAINERISED DEVELOPMENT ON EMBEDDED DEVICES by example of a standalone gadget with orientation sensors sending Open Sound Control Martin Carlé PEARL, Greece
8.5 Examining the use of Augmented Reality and computer vision technologies in digital artworks, the case of:“PoNR/ANOMIE” Panagiotis Triantafyllidis, Fotios Stergiou plastik, Greece
8.6 Smartphones: Tools of contemporary artistic expression. An experiential approach through the artwork of Christos Kalaitzoglou & Loukas Ziaras (LOOX) Loukas Ziaras, Christos Kalaitzoglou LOOX, Greece
Ionian Academy