MixtuRe: Digital Art and Compositional Realities is a symposium exploring the intersections of new media theory with artistic and curatorial practices as means to expand, redefine, and undermine existing disciplinary categorization. Panels will explore new media art as a means to reflect on everyday realities in the digital age.
9–9:30 am – Morning coffee and Introductory Address
9:30–11 am – Panel I: New Media Art as a Tool for Preservation, Research, and History Production
11:15 am–12:15 pm – Roundtable: Digital Art as Experimental Research Tool/Method
12:15–1:30 pm – Lunch
1:30–3 pm – Panel II: From Ephemeral Engagements to Collectible Experiences
3:15–4:30 pm – Keynote Address: Professor Christine Ross
4:30 pm – Reception
The symposium is proudly supported by various Arts and Sciences Departments at the University of Toronto and the wider Digital Humanities Network. Registration is free for this event.
Please visit the MixtuRe website to learn more about the event and to register.