CFP: Consciousness Reframed Conference

10 de diciembre de 2018
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The 21st International Consciousness Reframed Conference, to be held at the Universidade Católica Portuguesa – Porto, from June 6th-8th, 2019 is titled «Sentient States: Bio-mind and Techno-nature.» Consciousness Reframed is a forum for trans-disciplinary inquiry into art, science, technology, and consciousness, drawing upon the expertise and insights of artists, designers, architects, performers, musicians, writers, scientists, and scholars, from many countries. Consciousness Reframed conferences have taken place in Australia, Austria, China, England, Egypt, Germany, Greece, Norway, Portugal, and Wales.
Topics for the 2019 Consciousness Reframed Conference
The conference will look at the nature of artificial thought, and forms of intelligence in nature – charted through aspects of transdisciplinary creative practice and theory in our planetary culture. Just as new paradigms of feeling and communication are beginning to form around our interaction with life at all levels of our perception, from plants and trees to fungi and bacteria, we may see matter as inhabited mind, media as necessarily moist, and technology as a tool of the Tao. Thought is spreading through all our systems, places and products. We need cities that are not only smart but sensitive: schools that think, roads that remember, buildings that feel. art that is as much extra-sensory as interpersonal. Our consciousness is both reframing and reforming.
Organizing Committee
André Baltazar – CITAR, School of Arts, Universidade Católica Portuguesa – Porto
André Sier – Artist, Guest lecturer at UÉvora and FBAUL, PhD student Planetary Collegium. https://andre-sier.com.
António Cerveira Pinto – Artist, writer, curator, consultant and cultural programmer
Cristina Sá – CITAR, School of Arts, Universidade Católica Portuguesa – Porto www.cristinasa.net
Roy Ascott – President of the Planetary Collegium, director of Consciousness Reframed Conferences
Rui Torres – University Fernando Pessoa. www.telepoesis.net
 

Call for papers

Acceptance Policy
Submissions will be done using EasyChair (https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=cr2019)
We will accept proposals for:

  • Paper (15 mins – a presentation of a single paper by one or more authors – 500 word abstract).
  • Panel or Roundtable (45 mins – a proposal for a complete panel or group presentation on the same general topic – 250 word overview plus 500 word individual abstracts).
  • Installation (provide description of installation, as well as technical needs – 500 word abstract)

Once your abstract is accepted, and you register for the conference, your communication will appear in the Conference Program and your abstract will be published in the Book of Abstracts.
If you intend to have your full paper published, you should send a full version of it by the end of February. Proceedings of the Consciousness Reframed conference will be published in Technoetic Arts Journal of Speculative Research. The best 10 papers will be invited to publish in CITARJ – Journal of Science and Technology of the Arts. The organizing committee will send you detailed information about this process once your abstract is accepted.
For the Installations, the host will provide basic technological needs such as Internet, projectors, power cords, sound systems, and cables. Specific and/or specialized equipment needs should be provided by the artists. We are not responsible for shipping costs.
Calendar
Deadline for submission: December 28, 2018
All submissions should be written in English because it is the Conference official language.
Authors can submit as many proposals as they want, but a maximum of two will be accepted for presentation.
Submissions are done using easychair (https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=cr2019)
Review will follow a peer-review process
Acceptances sent out: January 30th, 2019
Deadline for early registration: March 15th, 2019
Presenters must attend to a part of the conference or festival program.
If you have any doubts, please send an email to cr2019@porto.ucp.pt.

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