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FCJ-153 Multimedia Mixing and Real-time Collaboration: Interview with Sher Doruff about the development and use of KeyWorx, the Translocal and Polyrhythmic Diagrams

Sher Doruff Amsterdam School for the Arts. Andrew Murphie University of New South Wales.   Video: Interfacing/Radiotopia/KeyWorx (DEAF03)   Andrew Murphie: I am interested in your background, in how you see your own movement through the use of media. Something I find really interesting is your work with the translocal and the collaborative. I’m also…

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FCJ-152 Entertaining the environment: a conversation

Andrew Goodman. Monash University, Melbourne. Erin Manning. Concordia University, Montréal. Andrew: Erin, before we discuss the implications of ‘Entertaining the environment’ [1] with an artwork or event, I thought we could perhaps start with a brief outline of how you arrived at the concept? Erin: I think the concept has been lurking in the sidelines…

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FCJ-150 AffeXity: Performing Affect with Augmented Reality

Susan Kozel. MEDEA and the School of Arts and Communication, Malmö University, Sweden. AffeXity AffeXity is an enquiry into affect in cities, and a-fixity as an urban condition. It is an artistic research project, but really it is a set of overlapping practices: artistic practices of dance improvisation, video shooting, digital image editing and sound…

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FCJ-151 The modulation and ordering of affect: from emotion recognition technology to the critique of class composition

Mark Gawne. Department of Sociology and Social Policy, University of Sydney. Introduction: ordering affect and the question of labour Recent developments in the workplace have seen the intensification of methods to elicit and capture value within and across the affective encounter, notably through the introduction of technologies to measure the production of emotion by service…

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FCJ-149 Affect and Care in Intimate Transactions

Lone Bertelsen. This article considers the ‘co-affective’ power (Ettinger, 2011: 13) of the new media artwork Intimate Transactions. Keith Armstrong (2005), artistic director of the Transmute Collective—the creators of Intimate Transactions—describes Intimate Transactions as collaborative, ecological, and concerned with relation. [1] In its most recent incarnation Intimate Transactions takes the form of a ‘dual site…

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FCJ-148 Affect and the Medium of Digital Data.

Adam Nash. RMIT University, Melbourne. Figure 1: Screenshot from *Autoscopia* by Justin Clemens, Christopher Dodds, Adam Nash, 2009-present: generated portrait of Adam Nash.
Image and permissions provided by Adam Nash. Introduction This paper attempts a technical analysis of the medium of digital data to establish how affect may emerge in that medium. Two central questions here…

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Issue 21: Exploring affect in interaction design, interaction-based art and digital art

The notion of affect does take many forms, and you’re right to begin by emphasizing that. To get anywhere with the concept, you have to retain the manyness of its forms. It’s not something that can be reduced to one thing. Mainly, because it’s not a thing. It’s an event, or a dimension of every…

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