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ICIDS has a long tradition of including creative works as part of the conference. The call for creative works is available here.
The ICIDS 2021 art exhibition will be held in a hybrid manner, both on-site at Tallinn University in parallel to the technical program, and online. More details will be available here soon.
We are delighted to announce the works selected for the ICIDS 2021 Art Exhibition:
UnearthU by Kara Stone
Figurski at Findhorn on Acid by Richard Holeton
The Visit by fEEL felt Experience and Empathy Lab University of New South Wales Sydney
Her Palace by Tianbai Jia
The Witch’s Way by Doris Rusch and Andrew Phelps
Secrets of Soil by Henry Driver
Aonar by Austin Wolfe
Promesa by Julián Palacios Gechtman
Office for Language Under Capitalism by Kathy Wu
Laughland (2019) by Keren Kuenberg
A Web Odyssey by Serge Bouchardon
The judges felt these twelve works represented, challenged and interpreted the theme of [Re|Dis]Connection in interesting, varied and provocative ways. We also felt that together, these works give an eclectic overview of interactive digital narrative as a field, showing its breadth and variety, and embodying its history, its present and its future.
We would like to also take this opportunity to extend our thanks to the judging panel, who so kindly volunteered their expertise. The judging panel were:
Ryan Bown, Associate Professor of Entertainment Arts Engineering, University of Utah
Dr Joshua Fisher, Assistant Professor of Immersive Media, Columbia College Chicago
Dr Néill O’Dwyer, Senior Research Fellow in Computer Science, Trinity College Dublin
Taavet Jansen, Artist and Researcher, Estonian Academy of Arts
Dr Jung In Jung, Research Fellow in Interactive Engagement, University of Dundee
Brian Salisbury, Associate Professor of Entertainment Arts Engineering, University of Utah
Dr Maria Ceclia Reyes, Writer and Researcher-in-Residence, Schloss Solitude Akademie
Dr Lyle Skains, Writer and Principal Academic in Health and Science Communication, Bournemouth University
Prof. Dr. Ido Iurgel, Professor of Media Informatics, Rhine-Waal University of Applied Sciences
Dr Lissa Holloway-Attaway, Associate Professor of Media Arts, Aesthetics and Narration, University of Skövde