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  • Workshops/Tutorials are available on a first come, first served basis.
  • If you are accepted, confirmation letter will be sent to you by e-mail(within two days after application).
  • If any vacancies come up after closing, we will contact the applicants in the order of application.





June 22 (SAT)


#544
Title : Curating the New: Commissioning, Exhibiting, Collecting




Instructor
Curating the New: Commissioning, Exhibiting, Collecting
Speakers and workshop leaders include:
Bona Park of Gwangju Biennale
Olga Mink of Baltan Labs
Nora Oí»Murchu of University of Limerick and Transmediale
Beryl Graham and Georgia Smithson of the University of Sunderland.
Beryl Graham and Georgia Smithson (University of Sunderland)
Time
10:00 ~ 18:00
Venue
Lecture Room 1, ACC Archive & Research (B4)
Target Audience

Those involved in new media, digital art: which include curators, producers, art organizers, distributors, exhibitors,

students, researchers, artists, designers, and makers.

Abstract
Curators, producers, art organisers, distributors, exhibitors and makers find themselves dealing with new kinds of culture, including new digital media, variable, live, or participatory art, design or critical making. This workshop aims to share knowledge across disciplines, to help workers rethink and update their skills for helping this work meet its audiences, into the future.
Reservation Link
Prerequisite for reservation : ISEA2019 Full Pass / One Day Pass
Link : https://forms.gle/fbWbQ36vWkZLBmaJ7


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#301
Title : MOM: a body-shaped micro controller board for e-textile




Instructor
Youjin Jeon(W&T LAB)
Time
14:00 ~ 18:00
Venue
Community Room 1, ACC Archive & Research (B4)
Target Audience

Beginner at physical computing and e-textile (aged 12 and over) Participants

Abstract
W&T LAB tries to figure how to lower the psychological barrier of beginners to learn/use/enjoy the technologies. MOM (board) is body-shaped board based on ATtiny85 that is a microcontroller chip. Workshop is divided into two parts: the tutorial of MOM and the application of MOM. Participants assemble MOM and learn how to use MOM. And then they design their own product with MOM and prepared materials.
Reservation Link
Prerequisite for reservation : ISEA2019 Full Pass
Link : https://forms.gle/PuajpjNBqhBvsxsL8


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#560
Title : GestureLab Workshop




Instructor
Judith Doyle, Associate Professor, Faculty of Art; Co-Director, Social Media and Collaboration Lab (SMACLab) OCAD University, Toronto Canada.
Nicholas Beirne
Time
10:00 ~ 18:00
Venue
Training Room 1, ACC Archive & Research (B4)
Target Audience

ISEA2019 participants, Students, Artists and Members of community-based organizations

Abstract
The GestureLab Workshop is a hands-on introduction to photogrammetry and volumetric video capture using a depth camera. Workshop participants will go outside on location near ISEA's base at the Asia Cultural Centre and record gesture, trees and architecture using photogrammetry and the depth camera. Also in the workshop, we will explore including depth camera and photogrammetry images in the Unreal game engine.
Reservation Link
Prerequisite for reservation : ISEA2019 Full Pass
Link : https://forms.gle/8XfhvTYshVMEJuMw7


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#510
Title : Transmission+Interference: DUST


Instructor
David Strang (University of Plymouth, UK)
Time
10:00 ~ 18:00
Venue
Lecture Room 2, ACC Archive & Research (B4)
Target Audience

Media Artists interested in experimental sound and working physically with non-standard materials alongside physical computing. (Students, Artists, ISEA participants)

Abstract
This 'transmission+interference' workshop is a full day event where participants will explore the transmission, interference and playful aspects of sound through various uses of light and objects.  Participants will also get to explore previously built / hacked / appropriated devices with which to develop new sound and light instruments with the aim of a group performance involving all of the participants of the workshop.
Reservation Link
Prerequisite for reservation : ISEA2019 Full Pass
Link : https://forms.gle/eC1qMjhioUWQHKm66


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June 22 (SAT) - 23 (SUN)


Curated Workshop
Title : Searching Darkness




Instructor
Marcus Neustetter
In collaboration with Radford Univesity (USA), College of Visual and Performing Arts, Department of Dance Choreographers: Ji-Eun Lee, Sebrena Williamson Performers: Caroline Beard, Zoe Couloumbis, Monica Tirado, Sebrena Williamson
Date/Time
June 22(sat) / 17:00 ~ 21:30
June 23(sun) / 13:00 ~ 17:00
Venue
Media 338, Gwangju Cultural Foundation (7 Cheonbyeonjwaro 338 Beongil Namgu Gwangju)
Exhibition / Performance

Installation Exhibition

June 24 ~ 26 / 10:00 ~ 17:00

June 27 / 10:00 ~ 14:00


Performance

June 25 / 17:00 ~ 19:00

*Durational performance, the audience are free to come in and out

Abstract
This performative workshop and performance installation is in line with a trajectory of the artistí»s 10 years of light interventions and community engagement projects questioning the meaning of darkness and silence in the context of South Africa, across Africa and Europe.
Reservation Link
Prerequisite for reservation : N/A
Link : https://forms.gle/QTPB2FRTtjbaPqgN6


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June 23 (SUN)




#417
Title : Machinima Game Art Workshop: Games as colors and light on canvas




Instructor
Isabelle Arvers (Curator and Game Artist, Machinima Specialist, Director of Kreron)
Detailed Information on Instructor's website
Time
10:00 ~ 18:00
Venue
Community Room 2, ACC Archive & Research (B4)
Target Audience

- Students in art, visual art, game development and digital media.
- Local and international artists and game developers and professionals

Abstract
This workshop aims to transform an object of mass consumption and entertainment into a means of film production and expression. The workshop intends to create hybrid works with students or professionals interested to push the boundaries between the video and computer games and the art world.
Reservation Link
Prerequisite for reservation : ISEA2019 Full Pass, Bring your laptop to the workshop
Link: https://forms.gle/TNZQNQeSBCG4o9Z66


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#455
Title : Machine Typography




Instructor
Taekyeom Lee
Time
14:00 ~ 18:00
Venue
Training Room 1, ACC Archive & Research (B4)
Target Audience

- Anyone interested in learning how to use a 3D printer as lettering or drawing machine. - Anyone interested in gaining a better understanding of G-programming language which is commonly used for Computer Numerical Control (CNC) machines. So, they can use machines as an extension of their hands - Someone who wants to combine machining, typography, and coding If participants own 3D printer and/or have some experiences with CAD and 3D printing, that would be great (recommended, but not restricted).

Abstract
This workshop will provide a way to translate the digital data into the typographic form, line by line, drawn on paper. Also, the use of digital fabrication pushes the boundary of the medium in typography both regarding concept and materiality.
Reservation Link
Prerequisite for reservation : ISEA2019 Full Pass, Bring your laptop, papers (any size. white or any colors), and various writing instruments (for example, color gel pen, sharpie, color pencil, etc). Bringing experimental materials are always encouraged.
Link: https://forms.gle/3osgLVZRGbRJ54Ui6


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#497
Title : Art Critic Workshop based on Art and Technology




Instructor
Organizer
Graphite on Pink
Presenters
Kwon Teahyun, Kim Joo-ok, Nam Woong, Moon Sun A, Yoo Eunsoon, Choe Nowk
Time
10:00 ~ 18:00
Venue
Lecture Room 1, ACC Archive & Research (B4)
Target Audience

All audience interested in critical reviews and discourse on works of contemporary artists based on technology

Abstract
The workshop can be described as a í«Critic Performanceí» which is mainly leaded by art critics making a discourse on artists and artworks based on technology. 6 art critics will each introduce an artist and their critical view on the process of producing/making the artworks.
Reservation Link
Prerequisite for reservation : ISEA2019 Full Pass
Link: https://forms.gle/KwboyUXCteNKBSHD8


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June 27 (THU)


#704
Title : Gentle Introduction to EEG




Instructor
Haein Kang
Time
14:00 ~ 18:00
Venue
Community Room 2, ACC Archive & Research (B4)
Target Audience

Anyone interested in brain waves and/or brain-computer interface is welcome!

Abstract
The workshop aims to understand the principle of brain waves and experience brain-computer interfaces. It consists of a lecture and experiments. The lecture is on three questions: What is EEG? Is the electrical signal detected in the scalp a manifestation of our consciousness? How can brain waves be used to control the computer system? Workshop participants will observe their brainwaves and will experience brain-computer interfaces using the OpenBCI system. An eight-page handout described in the illustrations is ready.
Reservation Link
Prerequisite for reservation : ISEA2019 Full Pass
Link: https://forms.gle/PcFVSrHWPXmKctXc7


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