[Infovis] IEEE VIS Arts Program (VSAP'14) - Call for Papers and Artworks

Angus Forbes angus.forbes at gmail.com
Fri May 30 21:49:48 CEST 2014

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IEEE VISAP'14 Call for Papers and Artworks
November 9-14, 2014 Paris, France

*** Paper and artwork submissions are due by June 15, 2014 ***

The IEEE VIS Arts Program, or VISAP'14, showcases high-quality artwork and
research that explores the increasingly prominent intersections between art
and visualization. Through a dedicated papers track and an art show that
runs concurrently with the IEEE VIS 2014 conference, the Arts Program aims
to foster new thinking, discussion, and collaboration between artists,
designers, technologists, visualization scientists, and others working at
the intersection of these fields.

The theme for VISAP'14 is Art+Interpretation. We are looking especially for
projects and papers that explore the relationships between visualization
research and artistic practice, and that present or discuss creative visual
techniques that emphasize the interpretative or narrative aspects of
scientific or cultural exploration. However, we are open to any submissions
that could challenge or inspire the communities participating in IEEE VIS.
Papers and artworks are due before June 15th, 2014. See the VISAP'14
website for more details: http://visap2014.sista.arizona.edu/

All accepted papers and artworks will appear in the VISAP'14 proceedings.
Additionally, in collaboration with Leonardo/ISAST, we will be selecting
outstanding submissions to appear in a special section of an issue of
Leonardo, the Journal of the International Society of the Arts, Sciences
and Technology.

IEEE VISAP'14 chairs:

Angus Forbes (angus.forbes at gmail.com)
Fanny Chevalier (fanny.chevalier at inria.fr)

Program Committee:

Basak Alper, Koç University
Andres Burbano, University of Los Andes
Alberto Cairo, University of Miami
Joann Cho, Triton College
Xarene Eskander, University of California, Los Angeles
Guia Camille Gali, OCAD University
Tobias Isenberg, INRIA
Daniel Keefe, University of Minnesota
Martha Ladly, OCAD University
Lindsay MacDonald, University of Calgary
Francis T. Marchese, Pace University
Stefanie Posavec, Independent
Francesca Samsel, University of Texas, El Paso
Daria Tsoupikova, University of Illinois at Chicago
Julie Wagner, Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich
Ruth West, University of North Texas
Daniel Weiskopf, University of Stuttgart
Jarke J. van Wijk, Eindhoven University of Technology
Romain Vuillemot, Harvard University

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