Pascal Feucher pascal at urbanspree.com
Fri Mar 2 10:01:07 CET 2018

Hey guys

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On Fri 2. Mar 2018 at 09:33, wallace <wallace at autistici.org> wrote:

> Sentire presents:
> "Enhanced sensing" is a conference and open-call aiming to create a
> frame for discussion on cognition and on human-technology Interaction,
> particularly in relation to movement and sound.
> "Enhanced sensing" is a platform initiated by the Sentire project to
> exchange ideas and experiences. We welcome any proper investigation on
> the topic.
> Sentire started as a performance series where proximity and touch events
> between the participants are transformed into sound, allowing a deep
> sensory experience. Sentire is now an ongoing cross-disciplinary
> research and it aims to develop an interactive sound system and a method
> that enhances cognitive sensory abilities of its users.
> Cognition is now considered a dynamic interplay of individual bodily and
> environmental processes, with the brain as a mediator of that interplay
> (Fuchs, 2011). How can interactive technology (such as Sentire)
> contribute to this interplay and enhance human sensing? In which way can
> interactive technology develop cognitive sensory abilities?
> As part of our discussions, we are pleased to have different researchers
> who have experienced and investigated the work of Sentire with different
> approaches. The result of these studies will be presented at the
> conference:
> * Dr. Miriam Kyselo, Philosopher/Cognitive Scientist,  Berlin Center for
> Knowledge Research at the Technical University of Berlin, founder of
> Inter-Self Lab, https://inter-self.com/
> * Jun.Prof. Dr. Jin Hyun Kim / Assistant Professor, Systematic
> Musicology at Humboldt University of Berlin, here
> * Marcello Lussana, Phd student at the musicology department of the
> Humboldt University of Berlin
> Place: Spektrum Art Science Community, Berlin
> Date: 12 of April 2018, 16:00-20:00
> The main goal of these events is to create a platform for networking and
> shaping the community of people working in between music, arts and
> science. Motivated by this cross-disciplinary need, we are happy to
> announce an open-call for short presentations of projects or studies
> about human-technology interaction, particularly in relation to movement
> and sound. The call is addressed to a wide range of researchers and
> practitioners including academics, artists, musicians, dancers and
> movement researchers, cognitive scientists, philosophers, and inventors.
> Requirements:
> -   topic of the presentation has to be related to the theme of the
> conference “Enhanced sensing”: cognition, human-technology interaction,
> particularly in relation to movement and sound.
> -   format of the project can be one of the following: presentation,
> screening, sound/audio work, installation, prototype, device, instrument.
> -    participants will be invited to present their work in one of the
> two possible formats: a talk within the conference (no longer than 20
> min) or displaying and presenting the project in the exhibition space
> -    the presence of the author is required
> Interested individuals and collectives may apply by filling and sending
> a form:
> https://drive.google.com/open?id=1byiQHJ0ufP7VULXzHPIzI-nOU5maOJwL
> email address for application: hello at sentire.me
> theme for email with application: enhanced sensing open-call
> Dead-line: 29 of March 2018
> Successful applications will be invited to present the project or study.
> Please note: This conference is self organized and we are not able to
> offer a fee for your participation. We also don't cover production,
> accommodation, and transport costs. You will be granted a free entrance
> at the evening event and, if necessary, an official letter about your
> participation.
> Learn more at http://sentire.me/es.html
> Event page on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/1993504900872172/
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