Formats: Pre-recorded Video | Skype | In Person
The relationship between architecture, urban environments and the moving image is deep rooted. It is also mutating. Born in the City Symphony films of the early 20th it was premised on the dynamic and mobile representation of buildings, streets and cities. Caught on celluloid, these architectures were projected on screen and presented like never before. It is a relationship that continues today with interiors, architecture and cities still forming backdrops to action and being the subject of feature films and TV.
Today, however, moving imagery and architecture coexist in multiple other worlds too: virtual reality spaces explored through headsets and haptic sensors; the animated environments of Second Life; the projection mapping of buildings in physical space; the fantastical settings of the gaming industry; fly-through representations of architectural projects; and the real-time algorithmic formation of parametric architecture on a computer screen. This complex new scenario will be explored at this event.
FILM / VIDEO: Reflecting the theme of the conference delegates are encouraged to present their research through pre-recorded films/videos. These films will be published on the event’s YOUTUBE channel and will be available permanently after the conference.
SKYPE: Also reflecting the virtual and mediated theme of the event, delegates are encouraged to present via skype or similar.1
IN PERSON: In addition to seeking filmic and the virtual presentations, delegates are also welcome to attend the event in person and present directly.
In all cases, delegates can present full written papers and abstracts and will be considered for inclusion in all associated conference publications.
Presentations: Length of film / skype / in person presentation – 20 mins.
Written Papers: Full written papers should be 3,000 words maximum *
The conference welcomes case studies; design proposals, research projects, investigative papers and theoretical considerations in various formats:
- 1. Both film and skype options eliminate the need for delegates to travel to the conference in Turkey.