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International
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The Academy of
Electronic Arts

CeC & CaC 2007 being the 2nd Carnival of e-Creativity & Change-agents Conclave ~ a public global incident played out through February 9-10-11, 2007, in New Delhi, India.

Developed and presented by The Academy of Electronic Arts in partnership with, and in, the India International Centre, as an annual global occasion to collectively seek out, manifest, learn from, connect with and enjoy a studied broad canvas of cutting-edge participation & content from India and the world, addressing the Creative Empowerment of Individuals by the burgeoning spread of Technology across multiple streams of human endeavour.

This event proceeds in a continuum subject to evolutionary flux,... and the listings below are subject to possible change.
[associated event ~ August 19, 2006]

Framework
(all venues below in the IIC main-campus, New Delhi, India)

Main Auditorium:
Live Performances in the evenings, February 9-10-11
Live Presentations in the mornings and afternoons, February 10 & 11

Conference Room #2:
Unaccompanied or Standalone Presentations & Screenings, February 10 & 11
Possible spontaneous Breakout-Sessions or Workshops

Gandhi-King Plaza:
shifted indoors on account of unseasonal rain
Print Exhibits, Installation(s), Networking-Zone, Snacks-stall

Rooftop Pergola:
Networking-Zone, February 10 & 11

Participants & Content
(non-final version: January 09, 2007)

"The Expanding Sitar" ~ premiering a new computer-extended sitar augmented with a variety of sensors, to analyze and color a performance live through interactive computer algorithms, creating sounds ranged from the traditional to the bizarre. Development of this instrument stems from a body of work in computer-extended instruments and dance.

Curtis Bahn ~ Director, iEAR Studios & Assoc. Prof. of Computer Music Composition & Performance, Rensselear Polytechnic Institute, NY, USA. Also for sometime a student of traditional Hindustani Classical music on sitar. http://www.arts.rpi.edu/crb

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Performance with Aparna Lawrence, Curtis, Ansuman

"Journeys and Transformations" - The Art & Logic of Live-Processing (or "Taking a Sound for a Walk") ~

Lawrence Casserley ~ Festival Director, Eye Music Trust. Formerly Professor-in-Charge of Studies & Advisor for Electroacoustic Music, Royal College of Music, London/UK, before taking early retirement a few years ago to pursue a performance career. www.lcasserley.co.uk

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Performance with Aparna Lawrence, Curtis, Ansuman

"Tradition + Technology" in 2 parts ~ An experimental Jugalbandhi drawing together traditional Hindustani vocal performance and interactive computer music.
part-1: live vocals processed live by 1-2 associates, and possibly also some automation
part-2: live vocals processed live by computer, automatically tracking and responding to gestures and intonations to create new settings, reflections and extensions of the vocals, and the articulation of the composition

Aparna Panshikar (vocals) ~ well-known Hindustani Classical vocalist, and Founder-Director of Bandish ~ The School of Music, Pune, India www.aparnapanshikar.com
Curtis Bahn (programming & live-processing. Also see above)
Lawrence Casserley (programming & live-processing. Also see above)
Ansuman Biswas (percussion ++. Also see below)

Performance with Aparna Lawrence, Curtis, Ansuman

"Computational Poetics" & "Pasifae" ~ the first a research-demonstration, notably about video diffusion with multiple screens as well as other software being disseminated for free to the artist community. The second a new multimedia performance-work for real-time animation, electronics, guitar and violin.

Computational Poetics Research Group http://gaia.iat.sfu.ca/~chaosmos
Martin Gotfrit ~ Director, School for the Contemporary Arts, Simon Fraser University, Canada. www.sfu.ca/~gotfrit
Aleksandra Dulic ~ Research Fellow, SCA-SFU. www.sfu.ca/~adulic
Kenneth Newby ~ Guest Artist, Emily Carr Institute of Art & Design. www.sfu.ca/~knewby

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"The Scalable City v.2.5" ~ data remixed from real-life image sources, such as satellite imagery and ground-level photogrammetry, to create algorithmic inflected cityscapes that can be experienced in several ways, each that works with a different form of temporal attention.

Sheldon Brown ~ Director, Center for Research in Computing & Arts, and the Experimental Game Lab at University of California San Diego. http://crca.ucsd.edu/sheldon/

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"Imagining Imaging Arts" ~ An exploration of the history and possibilities of digital still-imaging and its evolution and mutation across and within multimedia and intermedia art forms.

John Antoine Labadie ~ Professor of Art & Director of the Digital Academy, University of North Carolina Pembroke, USA. www. SteppingstoneArts.com
Margie Beth Labadie ~ Professor, UNCP. www.SteppingstoneArts.com

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"Traveling Interactive" ~ status report on creating a traveling interactive e-arts exhibition for small towns, sharing experiences in working out issues of programs used to control interactivity, the supporting hardware, existing solutions available, and also the complex matter of working as an artist in collaboration.

Surajit Sarkar ~ New Media Artist & Filmmaker based in New Delhi, India. Product of a peripatetic career, most recently including a visiting Fellowship with the Daniel Langlois Foundation for Art, Science & Technology (Canada), and also a stint as Visiting Faculty with the Rensselear Polytechnic Institute (USA).

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"MaJaTron" ~ a 3D color graphics display system with 125 RGB LEDs arranged into a cube, all individually controllable for each color in realtime, to create a full color graphics system

Dhananjay Gadre ~ Assistant Professor, ECE Division, Netaji Subhas Institute of Technology, New Delhi. http://ece.nsit.ac.in/website/dvgadre/maja.html

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"Media Positive" ~ Media Works from Israel that explore the extent to which the pictures and the media with which art operates today are actually capable of referencing reality. They use todayís communicative media technology in such a way that it allows direct access to the visible reality on the other side of an otherwise opaque media screen. This exploration could be considered a purely theoretical exercise inherent to art, but acquires an additional edge as an allegory of all the worry and concern of Israeli reality, destroyed and destroying alike. The presentation will include works by the following artists, among others: Yael Bartna, Miri Segal, Yaron Leshem, Muson Zar-Aviv.

Galit Eilat ~ Curator, Founding Director of DAL (The Israeli Center for Digital Art, Holon), co-editor in chief of Maarav ñ an online art and culture magazine, as well as a teacher in the Department of Photography, Video & Computer Imaging at the Bezalel Academy of Art. She is currently an advisor for the Israel Museum in Jerusalem as well as member of the artistic director board of "Amanut Haaretz" annual festival for young Israeli art. http://www.digitalartlab.org.il

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"Emotion in Motion" ~ A journey through the history of world animation, its manifestations, development, myriad styles and art forms.

Kireet Khurana ~ Creative Head/CEO, 2nz Animation Co., Mumbai www.2nz.com

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"The Love Machine" ~ What if robots could teach us to love? This will be an introduction to some of the ways in which machines can put us in touch with our innermost feelings, an examination of the confluence of music, mathematics and meditation, and an unveiling of the ultimate technology for truly heartfelt communication.

Ansuman Biswas ~ Director, Arts Catalyst (UK). Presently an Arts Council of England Research Fellow at the Hewlett-Packard Labs, Bangalore/India www.ansuman.com . http://diffractionbangalore.blogspot.com/

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Performance with Aparna Lawrence, Curtis, Ansuman

"Naigaon - Notes from the Classrooms" ~ sharing thoughts on aspects of creativity (electronic and otherwise), with a particular focus on a small school in a small village in rural Maharashtra; examining the essence of the village education system in fostering creativity and the possibilities of the electronic revolution in a largely electricity scarce region.

Milindo Taid ~ Faculty of Communication Design, Maeer MiT's Institute of Design, Pune/India

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 "In the Beginning.." ~ an attempt to look at different perspectives on how the universe was formed, taking us through these in a musical journey of tapping, twiddling, scratching and possibly even screeching electroacoustics

Ashhar Farooqui ~ cult musician, composer and singer based in New Delhi/India. Also a global collaborator on various e-Creative projects, and periodic front-man in random reincarnations of the band Envision. New Delhi/India
with Ranjan Dewan on guitar (more information awaited)
and Cholden Yolmo doing vocals (more information awaited)

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"Driveabout III" ~ a multiple-media output of the artist's third loooong drive through India.

Ashim Ghosh ~ is a diversely active multiple media expert, with interventions ranging from multi-channel audio design & live music to corporate communications & training, and public health programmes. He creatively embraces the spaces of photography, video, music and multimedia installation, having collaborated, exhibited and performed across India and abroad, since 1984. New Delhi/India. http://www.audiovisionary.net/Ashim_Ghosh.htm

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"Lost & Found" ~ a work of video art /digital/avant garde/narrative film representing an anthology of metaphors that take us around the vicious circle of our material driven life. This debut feature film was nominated for "best cinematography" at the Asian Festival of First Films 2006 in Singapore

Nitin Bal Chauhan ~ primarily a young designer. Winner of the Femina, FDCI and British Design Council Award 2004; 6th in Global Garment Design Competition 2002 (Milan/Italy); awarded Scholarship for Masters in Fashion Design by Domus Academy, (Milan/Italy); awarded NIFT Trophy and Ritu Kumar's Award for Best Design Collection in Fashionova 2002; awarded Best Conceptualized Collection in Confluence 2002; North Zone Winner of Smirnoff International Fashion Awards 2001. New Delhi/India.

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"DIY don't spell D_I_R_T_Y" ~ performance/demonstration of a DIY approach to performance audio, including an 8-input Analog-to-Midi-Board based upon the original design from Tom Scarff (http://tomscarff.tripod.com/, Dublin Institute of Technology), with inputs & support from Dinesh Gajjar (www.foxdelta.com, Rajkot/India). Hopefully something to encourage and empower more interactive e-Creativity, and also more hands-on DIY, in countries such as India

Shankar Barua ~ Managing Trustee of The AeA and Event-Director for CeC & CaC 2007, professes that he is an artist today primarily as a by-product of his "real" creative work. Nevertheless, his imaging works have been exhibited on 4 continents, while his original music has been used in several art-videos in different countries, and also by at least one premier dance-studio in the EU. An extensively published writer, most notably including his radical mid-1990s rewrite of the Kamasutra, which is sold all over the world in several *unauthorized* translations and editions, that have influenced a good segment of subsequent writing in the genre, most particularly including the proposition that the treatise be now equally directed to both boys/men as well as girls/women. Over the years, Shankar has also professionally been a corporate executive, an editor, a columnist, a print-designer, an illustrator, a farmer, an expedition-traveler/writer/photographer, a well-digger, a musician, a TV anchor,..... New Delhi/India. www.TheAeA.org

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"Animation Academics" ~ an overview of animation education in New Delhi, and India in general

Hardeep Singh Gill ~ Chairman & Managing Director, Pumpkin Academy of Digital Arts. http://www.pumpkininteractive.com/

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"Empowerment Tools" ~ about software tools developed in India for the challenged amongst us, such as Arun Mehta's eLocutor speech synthesizer, Satveer's software for Braille Hindi typing and editing, and Safa, the Hindi-English screen reader developed by the National Association for the Blind

Arun Mehta ~ independent Scientist, and Visiting Professor, JMIT Radaur. Entered the field of disabilities when he was commissioned to upgrade the voice synthesizer of the world-renowned scientist, Stephen Hawking. He now also teaches programming to the blind, and works with autistic children. New Delhi/India. http://holisticit.com/arun.htm

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"A for Autism... M for Mouse" ~ a short film focused upon a path-breaking experiment wherein autistic youngsters are introduced to software programming by the well-known computer scientist Dr. Arun Mehta (also see above). (Duration 27min.)

Juliet Reynolds, Art Critic, Journalist & Filmmaker. Dehradun/India

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"Flight 208" ~ **premiere** of a short experimental video dwelling upon questioning and satire, with the participation of 208 persons from across the globe. (Duration 5min. approx.)

Parvez Imam ~ Doctor & Filmmaker. (Delhi/India)

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"Holly Code" ~ another unpredictable guerilla action from Slovenia

Igor Stromajer ~ Director, Intima Virtual Base Institute for Contemporary Arts. www.intima.org
Brane Zorman ~ Mastermind behind the BeitThroN project. www.ljudmila.org/beitthron

CD Distribution

"Images Stilled" ~ exhibition in the Gandhi-King Plaza, of works by:

Ravi Pasricha ~ Industrial & Commercial Photographer, teacher of photography and pro-lab operator, based in Delhi, India. Has for many years been especially focused upon manifestations of Indian spirituality, including shooting presently for a series of films upon 'Seekers'. The photo-based works that he will show belong to a series of 9 that have been variously exhibited before in Delhi over the past 2 years. (2-3 images)

Dan McCormack ~ Fine Art Photographer, currently heading the Photography program at Marist College in Poughkeepsie, New York/USA, where he teaches photography classes as well as an Introduction to Digital Media class. His 2 works to be exhibited began as 8x10 inch B&W negatives, shot using an oatmeal box pinhole camera, and are rooted in 16th Century pinhole optics juxtaposed with 21st Century digital print manipulations. http://www.dan-mccormack.net/ (2 images)

Satish Sharma ~ Photographer, Philosopher & Commentator, based between India and Australia, has been working on the subject of "Perception" for a long time. The images he will exhibit, which are commentary in nature, were originally part of his exhibition "Digital Dreams", which opened the seminar 'Dristi: Experienceing Knowledge, Visually' at the India Habitat Centre, January 2007. (2 images)

John Antoine Labadie ~ See above (1-2+ images)

Margie Beth Labadie ~ See above (1-2+ images)

Surajit Sarkar ~ See above (Installation)

Ashim Ghosh ~ See above (1-2 images)

Shankar Barua ~ See above (1-2 images or objects)

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"Interactions"

a Canadian art-students delegation is planning to be present in the incident Feb. 10-11, to hopefully meet and network with counterparts here in Delhi. Led by Patricia Gruben ~ Professor, School for the Contemporary Arts, Simon Fraser University, Canada
Informal Workshops
Spontaneous Breakout Sessions
Poetry in the Plaza

Informal

"Screenings"

'transmediale.06 video selection ~ Reality Addicts' ~ (courtesy: Thomaz Munz, Editor & Programme Curator). www.transmediale.de/. Works include (Duration 56min.):

> On A Wednesday Night in Tokyo ~ Jan Verbeek: de/jp, 2004,5:35
> Human Trial ~ John Butler: uk, 2005, 4:40
> Uukkaankangas ~ Dariusz Krzeczek: pl, 2004, 8:00
> Automovil ~ Rolando Vargas, Catherine Cely: co, 2004, 3:51
> Little Figures ~ Sarah Vanagt: be, 2003, 15:47
> Generátor-P730... ~ Jakub Nepra_: cz, 2005, 2:15
> Specialized Technicians Required: Being Luis Porcar ~ Manuel Saiz: es/uk, 2005, 2:00
> I Love You Jet Li ~ Stacy Hardy, Jaco Bouwer: za, 2005, 12:54
> When I Wish upon a Star ~ Mai Yamashita & Naoto Kobayashi: de/jp, 2004, 2:14

'The Epica Awards 2006' ~ selections from the winners and finalists for television & cinema advertising in the EU (courtesy: Andrew Rawlins, President) www.epica-awards.com

'How the Elephant lost its Wings' ~ a popular folktale from Bastar, told with Maya-based 3D animation of traditional Bastar brass-iconography.
By Tara Douglas, independent animator & filmmaker. www.talleststory.comUK & India

'The Cologne Online Film Festivals 1 & 2' ~ curated by Wilfried Agricola de Cologne http://coff.newmediafest.org and http://www.agricola-de-cologne.de . Works include

* Genderscapes (Duration 50min.):
1. Rahel Maher (Australia) - Misstar : 2:00
2. Unnur A. Einarsdottir (Iceland) ­ Toilet ­ 3:00
3. Ane Lan (Norway) ­ Ane Lan ­ 3:00
4. Alla Girik and Oksana Shatalova (Kazakhstan) ­ Warning! Women ­ 3:12
5. Sinasi Günes (Turkey) ­ Androgen ­ 2:50
6. Beatrice Allegranti (UK) - In My Body ­ 4:00
7. J.G. Periot (France) ­ Devil Inside ­ 2:40
8. Ina Loitzl (Austria) ­ Snow-white and red like a rose ­ 5:00
9. Lorenzo Nencini (Italy) - Traviata ­ 10:00
10. Elia Alba (Domincan Rep.) ­ If I were a - 4:30
11. Risk Hazekamp (the Netherlands) ­ Gay King ­ 3:00
12. Agricola de Cologne (Germany) - House of tomorrow - 3:00
13. Yi Hyung Kim ­ Women-World ­ 3:30

* Image vs Music (Duration 60min.):
1. Andreja Andric (Italy) - How the Music Surprises an Unprepared Listener ­ 0:24
2. Bundaberg Media Research Group (Australia) -
3. Sweet Sounds of a Sugar Town: Raw to Refined ­ 5:58
4. Daniel Blinkhorn (Australia) ­ Resource 14 ­ 5:40
5. David Burns (USA) ­ Visual Orchestra ­ 2:00
6. Dennis H. Miller (USA) - Circles and Rounds ­ 9:22
7. Gabriel Shalom (USA) ­ Small Room Tango ­ 3:40
8. Jason Paul Cardot (USA) ­ Speye ­ 2:54
9. Lane Last (USA) - Ancient Rhythm ­ 2:34
10. Laurent Pernot (France) ­ Still Alives ­ 2:34
11. Erika Frenkel (Brazil) ­ Attention, Attention ­ 4:40
12. Mauro Arrighi & Marco Buziol (Italy)- Softly Engaged­ 6:00
13. Pygar - Hugo Olim/Joao Ricardo (Portugal) ­ on/off ­ 3:18
14. Shawn Towne (USA)- Linear Succession ­ 0:45
15. Sinasi Günes (Turkey) - Gicir­ 3:03
16. Sonja VUK (Croatia) ­ My Way ­ 1:00
17. Unnur Einarsdottir (Iceland) ­ Music in Cake ­ 2:23
18. Agricola de Cologne (Germany) ­ The Rehearsal ­ 4:30

'Asian Festival of 1st Films 2006' ~ show-reel of nominees (courtesy: Sanjoy Roy, Festival Director). 25:00 http://www.asianfirstfilms.com/

'Movement in Still Spaces' ~ video exploration into images by Satoshi Matsuyama, recent winner of the prestigious Guru Award for still-imaging, amongst much else, Japan. http://www.love-peace-happiness.com/ (DURATION?)

'New Media Art' ~ a brief video of works by students of New Media Design at the National Institute of Design (Ahmedabad/India), including images from the exhibition they developed in 2006 under the guidance of Visiting Faculty Tom Chambers, Artist, Arts-Administrator & Teacher, USA/China (courtesy Hemangini Sinha, Faculty and Mew Media Coordinator, NID) (run off PC media-player!!) approx. 6min.

'Writing on the Wall ~ A Trace' ~ a brief video-artwork by Anuradha Chandra, Artist & Filmmaker, Delhi/India, 6min. approx.

'Meet my Avatar ~ Meet Me' ~ a pre-recorded web-avatar communication from Jeremy Turner, avatar-performer, Canada, 3:00

'R20 Brussels [inner]' ~ excerpts from a sonic-video based upon a circular evening drive, with camera running skywards, but with the evolving light circumstances simultaneously converted into sound. Recently premiered as a concert in The Festival with No Fancy Name.
By Maria Blondeel, intermedia artist, Ghent/Belgium http://www.mariablondeel.org/

'ECHO-LOGO' ~ video of a sound-echo performance-work by Philip Dadson with the K024 Science team, staged under the 30 metre high ice-face of the Canada Glacier, Taylor Valley, Antarctica. The event consists of simple performer tasks - walking cycles, voice shouts and stone bangs, producing dynamic echo-effects off the glacial ice-wall. (DVD-video, 7min. CARE: auto looped!).
By Phil Dadson, a New Zealand sound and intermedia artist with an interdisciplinary practice, including solo performances and exhibitions, building experimental instruments, music compositions, graphic scores, sound-sculptures and improvisations on his invented instruments. He is the founder of New Zealand's most original rhythm/performance group From Scratch (1974 - 2003). New Zealand www.sonicsfromscratch.co.nz

'Animation Showreel' ~ Selected works of Kireet Khurana with 2nz Animation and Climb Media. Mumbai/India www.2nz.com

'Enter the VJ' ~ Eric Filion aka vj Nokami, graphic designer in the visual media and communications environment, also participates in several visual artistic performances as media designer. Was part of the Neoist movement, and collaborates regularly in international artistic visual presentations in Europe, South America, Asia, and in Canada. His artistic approach is clearly influenced by these numerous travels, with the canvas of images he expresses tending to reflect human emotions based on cultural values, where ancient traditions meet with the present, to clash and become in harmony in the now. Canada. http://www.nokami.com Works include (total duration 60min.)

1. Semiosis Project, 4:55
2. Colors Project, 2:15
3. Descension (part) 12:18
4. EHS 3:18
5. Monica Fiere (live) 5:32
6. Robo/tek V.6 (live) 3:33
7. Perplex&Lola 4:38
8. Domination 4:21
9. Freedom 3:49
10. Structure 6:26
11. Yao 3:55
12. Memphremgog 4:33

'Censored' ~ video performance-artwork
By Gruppo Sinestetico, established in Italy February 1999, by the artists Massimo Perseghin, Matteo Albertin, Anonio Sassu and Takeshi Shimizu, taking its name from the Movimento Sinestetico, and founded upon a base of an evolutional Synesthetic Thought from history. It is substantially about an utopic research for a Totally Unique Work of Art, created from an interchange of expressive languages with an aim to stimulate the 5 (or 6) human senses in a «Total Work». Works of Gruppo Sinestetico have been variously featured and exhibited since 1999 across Italy and in Germany, UK, Yugoslavia, USA, Japan, Brazil, Mexico, Russia, China, Turkey, and India. www.grupposinestetico.it (2:30min.)

"Extracts from NOMAD Archive 7" ~ presents a compilation of short videos selected from the local section of the NOMAD Archive, which, since 2002, has collected works and productions of artists and designers actively producing in digital culture. The selection in this case features works by Hatice Guleryuz, Basak Kaptan - Maria Frycz, Bengu Karaduman, Erhan Muratoglu and Ozlem Sulak.
NOMAD is an Istanbul-based independent formation founded in 2002 and registered as an association in 2006. It targets to produce and experiment with new patterns in the digital art sphere by using various lenses of other disciplines. NOMAD's production network aims to build strong connections across territorial borders through digital culture-oriented projects that enable access to new resources of information. Since 2002, NOMAD has developed numerous local and international projects including festivals, exhibitions, performances, multimedia events, experimental film screenings, lectures, panels and publications. http://www.nomad-tv.net

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"Exhibits" (see above for individual details)

Dhananjay Gadre / NSIT ~ The MaJaTron
Ravi Pasricha ~ printed still-imaging (2-3 images)
Dan McCormack ~ printed still-imaging (2 images)
Satish Sharma ~ printed still-imaging (2-3 images)
John Antoine Labadie ~ printed still-imaging (1-2+ images)
Margie Beth Labadie ~ printed still-imaging (1-2+ images)
Surajit Sarkar ~ interactive installation
Shankar Barua ~ printed still-imaging, and/or-- (1-2 images, or object)

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note: As some will recall, we had set out to produce a tighter event this time, as there was perceived to be an excess of content last time.
We therefore opted to look at, learn from and enjoy a bit less a lot more in '07,.... including more thoroughly enjoying, and gaining from, the unparalleled opportunity of having almost all of our fascinating participants being at the venue(s) in person on all three days, and in some cases, more.

Organizers:

The Academy of Electronic Arts is a Public Benefit Trust that serves as a learning, sharing, mentoring, networking, benchmarking, empowering and broadly inclusive, but non-educational, institution. See: http://www.theaea.org/
Event-Director: Shankar Barua

The India International Centre (since 1962) is a forum for the exposition of the cultural patterns prevailing in different parts of the world, by men and women competent to speak on the subjects. The emphasis is neither on the study of particular cultures, nor on the promotion of particular ideologies. The Centre is entirely non-official in character, non-aligned in its motivation and approach, and uncommitted to any particular form of governmental, political, economic or religious affiliation. See: http://www.iicdelhi.nic.in/
Event Co-Director: Lalsawmliani "Teteii" Tochhawng


Co-Curatorial & Advisory:

Lawrence Casserley
Festival Director, Eye Music Trust, London, UK. Formerly Professor-in-Charge of Studies & Advisor for Electroacoustic Music, Royal College of Music, London, UK

Curtis Bahn
Director, iEAR Studios & Assoc. Prof. of Computer Music Composition and Performance, Integrated Electronic Arts Program, iEAR Studios, Rensselear Polytechnic Institute, New York, USA

Martin Gotfrit
Director, School for the Contemporary Arts, Simon Fraser University, Canada

Milindo Taid
Faculty of Communications Design, Maeer MIT's Institute of Design, Pune/India


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Participant Support:

Social Science & Humanities Research Council of Canada
Simon Fraser University
Bandish ~ The School of Music
The Digital Academy at University of North Carolina Pembroke
CRCA, Calit2 and the EGL at University of California San Diego
Cultural Division, Embassy of Israel in India
Maeer MIT's Institute of Design
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Contact:

Shankar Barua
Managing Trustee ~ The AeA
B-5&6/4563 Vasant Kunj
New Delhi - 110 070
INDIA
vox & fax: (91-11) 26899930
shankarbaba[at]vsnl.net
http://www.TheAeA.org/ & http://retiary.org/idea

Lalsawmliani "Teteii" Tochhawng
Program Office - India International Centre
40, Max Mueller Marg
New Delhi ­ 110 003
INDIA
vox: (91-11) 461 9431
ltochhawng[at]gmail.com
www.iicdelhi.nic.in

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(and remember: CeC & CaC is pronounced "Sek & Sak")