UBIQUITY: ISSUE #1: VOLUME 5.

UBIQUITY: ISSUE #1: VOLUME 5.

“A shimmer, an unsteadiness, as if the building faded forward into stability and then retreated into insubstantial uncertainty.” (Phillip K. Dick 1969) Ubiquity: Journal of Pervasive Media: Issue #1: Volume 5, 22 Articles generated by The Fourth International Conference on Transdisciplinary Imaging at the Intersections

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3D3 EOI- 09/02/18

3D3 EOI- 09/02/18

THE 3D3 CENTRE FOR DOCTORAL TRAINING. Expressions of Interest closes on 9th February 2018. The purpose of the EoI process is to: ensure that your proposed research is appropriate for the consortium and, if so, in which institution and research unit; ensure that you are appropriately

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Jane Conway

Jane Conway: has a history of researcher in the negotiable field of human intelligence, psychometrics and IQ. She is a member of the British Psychological Society and fondly remembered as a highly imaginative Research Assistant by Professor John Cohen at University College London, a lab currently occupied

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Henrietta Knight

Henrietta Knight: is a writer and landscape architect. Her keen interest in artificial arcadia and synthetic landscapes has allowed her to develop a platform for a national community of writers, critics and poets around Warwickshire, UK

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Michael Kissick

Dr Michael Kissick: is a Biochemist at ESU (Empire State University), Greenwich Village, New York University, USA. As an expert in neural toxins and their antidotes, his work has become notorious for its engagement with popular culture, in particular comics and relationships with super heroes and

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Patricia Conley

Patricia Conley: is an independent editor and archivist, working for the North American Confederation. An expert on alternative time frames and time-based editorial processes, with an almost psychic ability to edit the past, she has developed a keen appreciation of the ‘half-life’ and its significance in

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Beyond Digital  – Toward Biological 

Beyond Digital  – Toward Biological 

  Chronus Art Center (CAC), Shanghai, China Beyond Digital – Toward Biological  2017.12.20 Laura Beloff, Jonas Jørgensen, Stig Anton Nielsen, David Kadish, Stavros Didakis Chronus Art Center (CAC) is China’s first nonprofit art organization dedicated to the presentation, research / creation and scholarship of media art.

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DATA Play 7

DATA Play 7

The Balance-Unbalance Data Visualisation DATA Play event is a collaboration with Plymouth City Council and TheData.Place collaborating organisations. It is the seventh event in the DATA Play series of data-hackathons which feed off Plymouth’s open data as a resource being developed over the period of more than

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New Research & Teaching Positions

New Research & Teaching Positions

New positions available in i-DAT, School of Art, Design and Architecture Plymouth University. Closing date: 7 June 2017. Digital Media Design: Associate Professor in Digital Design Media Lecturer in Digital Media Design Game Art & Design: .5 Lecturer in Game Art & Design   To support

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i-DAT and Tate at Technarte 2017 Bilbao

i-DAT and Tate at Technarte 2017 Bilbao

i-DAT and Tate at Technarte 2017 Bilbao. This is Where We Are- Collaborating with Algorithms  ‘This Is Where We Are’ (TIWWA) was an immersive and interactive algorithmic sculpture fuelled by the data we collectively generate, created by i-DAT working with Tate Collective London and Intercity

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