Introduction Su Baker, Paul Thomas and Jan Andruszkiewicz
IMAGES (R)-EVOLUTION: Image Science and Digital Humanities
Re_mediations in the Bio_digital
The (New) Accident of Art.
Dr. Su Ballard
Dr Andre Brodyk
Inferences Through Interferences
The case of Biophilia: a collective composition of goals and distributed action
Click If You Like This, or OCCUPY as Spectacle: a Technological Derive
Glenn D’Cruz & Dirk de Bruyn.
Contaminated immersion: art and the space between.
Everyday, everywhere and the erasure of measure
Associate Professor Donal Fitzpatrick
Unknown Unknowns: things we do not know we do not know
The Art of Decoding: n-folded, n-visioned, n-cultured
Looking into the Light: Examining the Apparatus in Contemporary Art
Enactive research: Transversal possibilities for expanding the imaging of art-science
Noise as Abstraction: Enhancing the Poetic
Daniel Mafe & Andrew R. Brown
Headless and Unborn: Interfering with Bataille and Masson’s Image of the Acephale.
Interference Wave: Data and Art
Redundancy in Photography.
Looking at Drawing: A Discourse on Vision in Drawing Practice.
Photograms, Memory and Touch
Machine Autobiographies for Art Making
Tom Schofield .
Cutting on action: Interference strategies in contemporary art practice.
The Autopoiesis of Colour in the Age of Machinic Shine
Mark Titmarsh .
Hangin’ on the Telephone
Darren Tofts & Lisa Gye
Transdisciplinary Form and Production: Reflections on Translation, Embodiment and Mobility (through Alma Mater, 2011)
Robert Walton and James Oliver