New Imaging: transdisciplinary strategies for art beyond the new media
The Un-paintable Image: Gerhard Richter, Ethics and Representation
Darryn Ansted Curtin University of Technology
Visualising Matter and Cosmologies: An Example Based on a Transhistorical Approach
Lucia Ayala Humboldt University of Berlin / Granada University
Dr. Jaime E. Forero-Romero Cosmology Group, Astrophysical Institute Potsdam
Projecting the Audiovisual Object
Lloyd Barrett Queensland University of Technology
Seeing Like a Robot: Augmented Reality Vision
Kathy Cleland The University of Sydney
Take a Good Hard Look at Yourself: Autoscopia and the Networked Image.
JustinClemens University of Melbourne.
Adam Nash RMIT
Iconicity: the Medium of Miraculous Images
Edward Colless Victorian College of the Arts
Zwischenräume: The Machine as Voyeur
Petra Gemeinboeck College of Fine Arts, UNSW Rob Saunders University of Sydney
Compumorphic Art – The Computer as Muse
Dr Ian Gwilt Sheffield Hallam University
Painting in Transit: A re-mapping of painting’s changed terms of reference.
Stephen Little National Arts School, Sydney
Imaging affect: abstraction and the echo of the unknowable.
Dr. Daniel Mafe Queensland University of Technology
Syzygy: gazing at shadows, darkly.
New Imaging: Transdisciplinary Strategies For Art Beyond The New Media .
Gavin Perin University of Technology Sydney, Linda Matthews University of Technology Sydney.
The Transdisciplinary Potential of Remediated Painting.
AnneRingPetersen Universityo f Copenhagen.
GROW: Visualising Nature at Nanoscale
Erica Seccombe, Australian National University.
Contemporary Hybrid Painting: The Aesthetics of a Post-Medium Condition.
Dr Mark Titmarsh, University of Technology, Sydney.
After the Screen: Array Aesthetics and Transmateriality
Mitchell Whitelaw University of Canberra.