Tweeting now #EVAlondonConf @EVAlondonConf

Off to Electronic Visualisation and the Arts Conference tomorrow – which “focuses on the development and application of electronic visualisation technologies, including art, music, dance, theatre and the sciences.  Artists, researchers, practitioners or academics working with or interested in electronic visualisation technologies in the cultural sector.” The reprints of papers presented are now online, including the official version of mine ‘Technologies of Seeing the Past: The Curzon Memories App’ (.pdf, 591kb).

Looking forward to seeing lots of work and meeting people in the glamorous surroundings of the BCS – Chartered Institute of IT.  Was presenting the Curzon project at Screen in Glasgow last weekend – the conference of the distinguished Film Studies journal of the same name – and was pleasantly surprised about how open and friendly an event it was, after steeling myself for the anonymity of a large conference.  Hopefully EVA will be just as rewarding, and it will be interesting to see how the project goes down with the two different audiences.

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