Open call: RIXC Art Science festival conference “Global Control”
RIXC Art and Science Festival 2018 in September 13–15, 2018 in Riga, Latvia
CALL FOR CONFERENCE ABSTRACTS
APPLICATION DEADLINE: March 31, 2018
Marking the centennial anniversary of independent Latvia and other Baltic countries, the festival aims to become a space for artistic interventions and hot topic conversations about the complexity and the future of digital society.
- hybrid wars, post-truth and fake news
- surveillance and the next big privacy
- AI (Artificial Intelligence) – the future and limits
- AR/VR and game environments
- Artificial neural network and deep learning
- brain waves and data ecologies
- Synthetic biology and inter-species communication
We welcome scholars, artists, critical engineers, doctoral students and scientists from different fields to submit proposals for the conference.
Apply NOW: http://openfields2018.rixc.lv/openconf.php
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RIXC Art Science festival continues researching transformative role of art in era of social network and digitalization. This year festival focuses on surveillance, privacy and control at the age of social media and immersive technologies.
Festival will be complemented by contemporary media art exhibition, performance program created by new media artists, as well as second edition of international conference Open Fields. First conference took place in September 2016, gathering 100 delegates from 30 countries, representing more then 60 art organizations, museums and universities.
In last 20 years RIXC Art Science festival made a turn by changing its title and course – from early networked cultures of 90s and “art+communication” ideas, the festival has now made a shift towards more broader art and science fields. Festival still works with most innovative themes and in these years has earned international attention and special role in contemporary culture of North Europe.
Conference language: English.
Conference is taking place in a framework of LV100.
EXHIBITION Global Control and Censorship
September 13 to October 21, 2018
Venue: National Library of Latvia
The exhibition “Global Control and Censorship” is taking place from September 13 to October 21 at National Library of Latvia.
Curators: Bernhard Serexhe and Livia Nolasco – Rozsas with the cooperation of ZKM | Center for Art and Media Karlsruhe
The exhibition is produced by Goethe Institute in collaboration with RIXC.
Festival curators: Rasa Smite and Raits Smits (RIXC)
Organiser and producer: RIXC in collaboration with Goethe Institute in Riga.
Support: The State Culture Capital Foundation of Latvia, Riga City Council, Creative Europe Programme of the European Union, the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Latvia, LV100, EU Programme Creative Europe’s Risk Change project, ZKM, Goethe institute – Riga, National Library of Latvia, Liepajas University’s MPLab, RISEBA university.