EVA London 2010

BCS Covent Garden, London, UK 6th - 7th July 2010

A. Seal, J.P. Bowen, and K. Ng (eds.) EVA London 2010: Electronic Visualisation & the Arts. Proceedings of a conference held in London 5-7 July 2010. BCS, 2010. ISBN: 978-1-906124-65-6.



Session 1: Electronic arts
Alicia BastosDiscovering digital cultural capital in London’s events of art and technology: reviewing the last decadePaper
Jeremy PilcherLegal networks: visualising the violence of the lawPaper
Almila Akdag SalahThe online potential of art creation and dissemination: DeviantArt as the next art venuePaper
Peter CochraneKeynote: Beyond seeing is believingPaper
Session 2: Data, art and time
Alex McLean, et al.Visualisation of live codePaper
Pedro Rebelo and Robert KingAnticipation in networked musical performancePaper
Ernest EdmondsBeyond abstract film: constructivist digital timePaper
Seb ChanTracking interactions: new ways of finding value in the use of museumsPaper
Session 3: The digital museum
Blanca AcuñaA new media approach: visualisation of a digital exhibition. Research on representation and design of cultural interfacesPaper
Sam Hinton and Mitchell WhitelawExploring the digital commons: an approach to the visualisation of large heritage datasetsPaper
Arden Kirkland, et al.Context for costumes: faceted access to historic costumesPaper
Session 4: Digital museum 2
Theopisti Stylianou-Lambert and Elena StylianouA third space: reconsidering issues of neutrality and accessibility in the virtual art museumPaper
Yvonne Hellin-HobbsThe constructivist museum and the webPaper
Ingrid Beazley, et al.Dulwich OnView: an art museum-based virtual community generated by the local communityPaper
Steven Snyder and Karen ElinichAugmented reality for interpretive and experiential learningPaper
Luciana Bordoni and Giuseppe MoscaraA system for the investigation of cracksPaper
Session 5: Art through evolutionary computation
Dew HarrisonExploring Duchampian and Darwinian ideas through interactive meansPaper
Barry Dean and Ian ParmeeIntegration of user-centred evolutionary computation with digital visualisationPaper
Mohammad A YaghanThe evolution of architectural forms through computer visualisation: muqarnas examplePaper
Arefe Dalvandi, et al.Exploring Persian rug design using a computational evolutionary approachPaper
Session 6: Digital art issues
Murat GermenPhotography as a tool of alienation: AuraPaper
A HoebenUsing a projected Trompe L'Oeil to highlight a church interior from the insidePaper
R Collmann and A BordaSimulated-3D visualisation of artefacts using a portable electromechanical object rigPaper
Lindsay MacDonaldThe limits of resolutionPaper
David GiarettaDigital preservation: terminology, techniques, testing and trustPaper
Session 7: Digital art issues
Gregory SportonCreative identity theft: issues for artists in collaborative online environmentsPaper
Annamaria Carusi, et al.Are digital picturings representations?Paper
Session 8: Electronic resources for the public
Jules MoloneyMixed reality and curatorial design: from existing practice to the nomad_tech museumPaper
Lisa Dieckmann, et al.Meta-Image - a collaborative environment for the image discoursePaper
Karol Kwiatek and Martin WoolnerLet me understand the poetry: embedding interactive storytelling within panoramic virtual environmentsPaper
Sylvia Grace BordaDigital image archives as public artwork and community engagementPaper
Session 9: Music and art
Matt Benatan, et al.MiMic: a motion control interface for musicPaper
Martha GabrielVoice interfaces in electronic artPaper
Kia Ng and Bee OngInteractive multimedia rocks for geologyPaper
Lisa Dalhuijsen and Lieven van VelthovenMusicalNodes, the visual music library-
Alan ReadThe ceramic age: a gloss on depthPaper
Session 10: Digital performance
Richard HoadleyImplementation and development of sculptural interfaces for digital performance of music through embodied expressionPaper
Sam Bailey, et al.Eye.Breathe.Music: creating music through minimal movementPaper
Session 11: Digital arts practice
David R. BurnsThe valuation of emerging media arts in the age of digital reproductionPaper
Chris CornishMedia archaeology in art practicePaper
Rui Filipe Antunes and Frederic Fol LeymarieVirtual worlds as art practice: EvoArt methodologiesPaper
Anne James and Dai NagasakaArchitectonic influences of multimedia and their spatial significancePaper
Oliver GrauRenewing knowledge structures for Media ArtPaper
Session 12: Digital perceptions
Steve DiPaolaFace, portrait, mask - using a parameterised system to explore synthetic face spacePaper
Fernanda D'Agostino, et al.Motion Studies: an art and science collaborationPaper
Julie InnesCapturing worldsPaper
Session 13: Art in the digital age
Lisa NewmanFlesh for fantasy: the future of saomasochism and performance art in virtual worldsPaper
Phil HawksThe relevance of traditional drawing in the digital agePaper
Session 14: Digital understandings of the past
Stephen Caffey, et al.Reconstructing the Music Hall Rotunda and Annex at Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens c. 1764Paper
Martin CrampinNew light on old stone: recording and reinventing visual culturePaper
Session 15: Experiencing history
Wally Smith, et al.Re-connecting visual content to place in a mobile guide for the Shrine of RemembrancePaper
Stephen Boyd Davis, et al.Just in time: defining historical chronographicsPaper
Tony LongsonIdeas and influencesPaper