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Simon Biggs

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The 3rd International Conference on Interactive Digital Storytelling invites submissions for its digital text performance programme.
Language in Digital Performance
Inspace: nobody can hear you scream ...

Performances: 31 October, 2010, Inspace, University of Edinburgh, UK
Conference: 01-03 November 2010, The Hub, Edinburgh, UK

Submission Deadline: July 31, 2010
Notification of acceptance: August 30, 2010
Submissions to:

The 3rd International Conference on Interactive Digital Storytelling, in conjunction with New Media Scotland, welcomes proposals for performance and short duration installation art works that employ digital text and interactivity as their primary artistic components. Submitted works should engage computational techniques as essential in their ontology. This includes works that employ generative, interactive, networked and/or hypermedia techniques. It does not include works which could exist without the computer being involved in their production and diffusion.

The performance event will be held on Halloween. The proposals may wish to engage the spirit of this festival.

Submissions should include a 300 word abstract describing the conceptual, artistic and technical details of the proposed work and a separate biographical statement (no more than 300 words). The technical description should include clear indication of technical and other resource requirements, duration and space requirements. Where possible the conference will seek to ensure that the necessary equipment and resources will be available for accepted works, although this will depend on the requirements of each individual project. Documentation of the proposed work, either of prior instances of its presentation or simulations, are required. This can consist of a web page containing the material, with the URL address indicated in the abstract, or a DVD or CD appended to the proposal. The submission must be made at the full cost of the proposer. Any proposal that incurs cost for the conference will be rejected. Proposals will be reviewed by a sub-committee of the conference programme committee. Accepted proposals will, after notification, be negotiated with the proposer(s) to assure their optimal presentation and the fit of each work in the overall programme of the evening performance event. Along with a peer reviewed selection of works a small number of key practitioners in the field will be invited to present their work as keynote works.


Co-Chairs: Ruth Aylett, Paolo Petta, Mark Riedl

Organisation Committee Chair: Sandy Louchart

Workshop and Tutorials Chair: Meyii Lim
Sponsors Chair: Lynne Hall

Language in Digital Performance programme committee
Ruth Aylett, Herriot Watt University
Simon Biggs, Edinburgh College of Art
Mark Daniels, New Media Scotland
Jerome Fletcher, University College Falmouth
Scott Rettberg, University of Bergen
Paul Sermon, University of Salford
Mark Wright, University of Edinburgh

Conference Programme Committee
Arinbjarnar, Maria - University of York, UK
Bae, Byung-Chull – Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology, South Korea
Biggs, Simon - Edinburgh College of Art, UK
Boa-Ventura, Ana – University of Texas, Austin, USA
Bushoff, Brunhild – Sagasnet, Munich, Germany
Cavazza, Marc – University of Teesside, Middlesbrough, UK
Champagnat, Ronan - L3i - Universite de La Rochelle, UK
Correia, Nuno – New University of Lisbon, Portugal
Crawford, Chris –, USA
Daniels, Mark – New Media Scotland, UK
Donikian, Stéphane – IRISA / INRIA, Rennes, France
Fencott, Clive – University of Teesside, Middlesbrough, United Kingdom
Göbel, Stefan – Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany
Grimm, Paul – FH Erfurt, Germany
Hitchens, Michael - Macquarie University, Australia
Iurgel, Ido - CCG Centro de Computação Gráfica, Portugal
Jantke, Klaus P. – Fraunhofer IDMT, Ilmenau, Germany
Kudenko, Daniel – University of York, UK
Lindley, Craig - Blekinge Institute of Technology, Sweden
Magerko, Brian – Georgia Institute of Technology, USA
Marsella, Stacy - University of Southern California, USA
Müller, Wolfgang – University of Education, Weingarten, Germany
Nack, Frank – University of Amsterdam, Netherlands
Nakasone, Arturo – National Institute of Informatics, Japan
Nitsche, Michael - Georgia Institute of Technology, USA
Pan, Zhigeng – Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China
Pelachaud, Catherine - CNRS Telecom ParisTech, France
Prada, Rui – Instituto Superior Técnico and INESC-ID, Lisboa, Portugal
Rank, Stefan - OFAI (Austrian Research Institute for Artificial Intelligence), Austria
Rety, Jean-Hugues – University Paris 8, France
Roberts, David - Georgia Institute of Technology, USA
Roussou, Maria - makebelieve design & consulting, Greece
Ryan, Marie-Laure – Independent Scholar, USA
Schneider, Oliver - IGDV, Hochschule Darmstadt, Germany
Seif El-Nasr, Magy – Simon Fraser University, Surrey, Canada
Sermon, Paul - University of Salford, UK
Spierling, Ulrike – University of Applied Sciences, Erfurt, Germany
Su, Wen-Poh – Griffith University, Nathan, Australia
Sumi, Kaoru – National Institute of Information & Communications Technology, Japan
Swanson, Reid – University of Southern California, USA
Szilas, Nicolas – TECFA, University of Geneva, Switzerland
Tychsen, Anders – Dragon Consulting, Denmark
Wages, Richard – Cologne University of Applied Sciences, Germany
Walsh, Richard – University of York, UK
Wright, Mark - University of Edinburgh, UK
Yannakakis, Giorgios - IT Universtiy of Copenhagen, Denmark
Yun-Gyung, Cheong - Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology, South Korea
Zagalo Nelson - University of Minho, Portugal

*** CONTACT ***

+44 (0)131 451 4189
+44 (0)131 451 3327
ICIDS 2010 Organisation
School of Mathematical and Computer Sciences, Heriot-Watt University,
Riccarton EH14 4AS,
Scotland (UK)

Edinburgh College of Art (eca) is a charity registered in Scotland, number SC009201

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