[…] I attended and presented at my first Digital Arts and Culture conference at the perthDAC 2007 held 15-18 September (though I co-wrote a paper for the 2005 DAC). The 2007 programme is on the site, but the full proceedings will be available online soon. In the meantime, I thought I’d share some of my impressions/experience of the event. As a primer for those unfamiliar with the conference series, here is a brief description of the event: The Digital Arts & Culture (DAC) conference was the first conference to attract and present the work of researchers, practitioners and artists working within the field of digital arts, cultures, aesthetics and design. It still attracts papers from a variety of disciplines, and from researchers and artists alike. […]]]>
[…] Our collaboration also lead to the development of Benchmark Fiction, a creative approach to comparative analysis of new media forms. Born of Jeremy’s inspired notion and later presented at DAC 2005, Benchmark Fiction is a methodology for creating benchfics — sets of adaptations of the same eliterature content across different media for the purpose of comparative study. […]]]>
[…] Gabriellla Infinita, a metamorphical work, is a lesson in the evolution of the internet. WRT referenced this work in last year’s DAC paper. […]]]>
[…] Jeremy went last year to represent WRT to present our paper on “Benchmark Fiction.” This year Jeremy and Mark are on the advisory panel. We encourage all of our readers to submit. […]]]>
Sorry to take so long getting back to this. Very long story… ;)
Um, I will relate more about this project as it develops. I’ve created a pandorabots.com widget which I’ve released to yahoo.com’s Widget Gallery, found via http://widgets.yahoo.com –
Fear not though, I will release additional details about the project mentioned in my comment above, as soon as I can.