We are pleased to announce nine IDSVA students and alumni presenting at two major art conferences this October, some at both conferences: SECAC at the University of Alabama, Birmingham, and Mid-America College Art Association (MACAA) at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
Paper at MACAA: "The Virtu-Real"
Paper at SECAC: "The Inescapable within a Seemingly Escapist Utopia: How Consumerism is Ingrained within Virtual Reality"
Co-Chair of Panel at SECAC: Art and Aesthetics in an Era of Artificial Intelligence and Digital Art: The Future Will Be the Now, or Will It?
Paper at SECAC: "Ten Theses on Art and Artificial Intelligence"
Chair of Panel at SECAC: Our Problem with the Concept of Time
Paper at SECAC: "The Educational Apparatus: Our Problem with Time"
Chair of Panel at MACAA: Virtual Repeatability
Paper at MACAA: "Detachment and Reduction: Our Changing Orientation Toward Technology"
Paper at SECAC: "Lil' Kim and Baudelaire: Ayana Evans's Exhibitionist Takeover in Operation Catsuit"
Chair of Panel at SECAC: AMBUSHED! Pussy Grabs Back, Y'all: Exhibitionism in Art and Performance
Paper at SECAC: "An Aesthetic of Anxiety: Art, Pussy and Philosophy"
Paper at MACAA: "Fabricated Fear: Artists, Technology and Manual Labor"
Chair of Panel at SECAC: Is This Mic On? Considering Humor
Paper at SECAC: "Everything Plus the Kitchen Sink: A Brief History of Noise in Art and Music"
Paper at SECAC:"The Subversive Event: Overturning Institutionalized Identities through Difference"
Paper at SECAC: "Filtering Art, Filtering Self: Through the Lens of the Selfie"