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August 31, 2017

7th International Conference on the Histories of Media Art, Science and Technology—Re:Trace

Danube University

Paul Sermon, Telematic Dream, 1992.

Krems / Göttweig / Vienna, Austria
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The 7th International Conference on the Histories of Media Art, Science and Technology—Re:Trace—will be hosted by the Department for Image Science and held jointly at Danube University, Göttweig Abbey and the Austrian Academy of Sciences, Vienna. Following Banff 2005, Berlin 2007, Melbourne 2009, Liverpool 2011, Riga 2013 and Montreal 2015, the Media Art History Boards and Co-Chairs invite you to attend Re:Trace 2017 in Krems/Göttweig/Vienna.

Keynotes:
–Prof. Ryszard Kluszczynski (University Of Lodz)
–Prof. Wendy Hui Chun (Brown University)
–Prof. Em. Martin Kemp (Oxford University)
–Prof. Morten Søndergaard (Aalborg University)
–Prof. Sarah Kenderdine (École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne)

Conference Co-Chairs: Oliver Grau And Inge Hinterwaldner

Re:Trace Austria Board: Carl Aigner (Landesmuseum St. Pölten, Austria); Jose Ramon Alcala (University of Castilla La Mancha, Spain); Giselle Beiguelman (University of São Paulo, Brazil); Beatriz Escribano Belmar (University of Castilla La Mancha, Spain); Andreas Broeckmann (Leuphana University Lüneburg); Andres Burbano (Universidad de los Andes, CO); Valentino Catricala (University Roma Tre); Sebastian Egenhofer (University of Vienna, Austria); Ksenia Fedorova (Russia/UC Davis); Sabine FLACH (University of Graz, Austria); Katharina Gsöllpointner (University of Applied Arts, Vienna); Erkki Huhtamo (UC Los Angeles); Katja Kwastek (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam); Daniel Cardoso Llach (Carnegie Mellon University, US); Sjoukje van der Meulen (Utrecht University, Netherlands); Gunalan Nadarajan (University of Michigan); Gerald Nestler (Vienna, Austria); Ana Peraica (Split, Croatia); Christopher Salter (Concordia University, CA); Yukiko Shikata (Tokio, Japan; Christa Sommerer (University of Art and Design, Linz, Austria); Morten Søndergaard (Aalborg University, Denmark); Axel Stockburger (Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna); Gerfried Stocker (Ars Electronica, Linz); Eveline Wandl-Vogt (ÖAW, Vienna, Austria)

Speakers and presenters (from more than 50 nations): Chandrika Acharya, Bahar Akgün, Hava Aldouby, Pau Alsina, Elisa Arca, Aura Balanescu, Rod Bantjes, Catherine Bernard, Clara Boj Tovar, Grant Bollmer, Stefanie Bräuer, Roberta Buiani, Aaron Burton, Ron Burnett, Franziska Butze-Rios, Jon Cates, Maria Teresa Cruz, Derek Curry, Stephanie De Boer, Karin De Wild, Annet Dekker, Penesta Dika, Steve Dixon, Valerie Felix, Natalia Fedorova, Victor Flores, Francesca Franco, Darko Fritz, Manuelle Freire, Rania Gaafar, Dmitry Galkin, Sara Garzon, David Gauthier, Diego Gómez-Venegas, Jennifer Gradecki, Joanna Griffin, Vendela Grundell, Kevin Hamilton, Bilge Hasdemir, Jens Hauser, Falk Heinrich, Ingrid Hoelzl, Janina Hoth, Leonardo Impett, Ozgun Iscen, Stephen Jones, Jonas Jørgensen, David Kadish, Raivo Kelomees, Harald Kraemer, Nathalia Lavigne, Jungmin Lee, George Legrady, Biljana Leković, Laura Leuzzi, Michelle Lewis-King, Zizi Li, Patrick Lichty, Jose-Carlos Mariategui, Claire Mc Andrew, Andre Mintz, Caroline Menezes, Romi Mikulinsky, Maria Mire, Goki Miyakita, Ana Morfin, Anna Nacher, Martín Nadal, Frieder Nake, Mark Nunes, Margrét Ólafsdóttir, Robin Oppenheimer, Maciej Ozog, Susanne Østby Sæther, Randall Packer, Filipe Pais, Chiara Passa, Ana Peraica, Treva Pullen, Richard Rinehart, Viola Rühse, Ashley Scarlett, Devon Schiller, Alberto Semeler, Gabriela Aceves Sepúlveda, Paul Serman, Rasa Smite, Nina Sosna, Julian Stadon, Iván Terceros, Aneta Trajkoski, Polona Tratnik, Reynaldo Thompson, Tomohiro Ueshiba, Yael Van Essen, Erandy Vergara-Vargas, Yvonne Volkart, Carmen Vrolijk, Jacob Wamberg, Florian Wiencek, Kirk Woolfoord, Soojung Yi, Martin Zeilinger, Joel Zika

Venues: Danube University / Located 70km from Vienna in the UNESCO World Heritage Wachau region. Located at both a modern university campus and in the Göttweig Monastery, the Dept. for Image Science is an internationally unique institution for research and innovative teaching with an international faculty, with 120 scholars from various disciplines. The innovative approach of the Department for Image Science with the close connection to practice has developed the Archive of Digital Art and in 2006 founded the low-residency MediaArtHistories-Advanced, MA.

Academy of Science, Vienna / Frequent transportation between Vienna and Krems allows for a blending of two locations into one venue.

Partners: Academy of Sciences, Vienna / Lower Austria / Humboldt University, Berlin / Archive of Digital Art / DARIAH-EU / Erasmus Mundus Media Arts Cultures / Academia Europaea / Leonardo / Kunsthalle Krems

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