Symposium 15 july, live streaming available

Lilia Perez Romero, Noam Knoller, Nanna Verhoeff

Pictures of the symposium.

At this evening session Lilia Perez Romero discussed the legacy and concept of Frontera v.2 in the context of related works. Interaction designer and PHD candidate at the Amsterdam School of Cultural Analysis, Noam Knoller introduced his InterFace Portrait #2, a video installation based on interaction with a simulated character. As an associate professor at the Institute for Media and Re/presentation at Utrecht University, Nanna Verhoeff's research included the investigation of interactive screen technologies for the digital representation of cultural content.