Leonardo Reviews Quarterly 2.01 [Kindle Edition]
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TEF team memebers Michael Punt and Martyn Woodward contributed editorials to issue 2.01 of Leonardo Reviews Quarterly on the theme of the Sublime in Art and Science.
MIT Press Journals Podcast Series : Episode 18: Michael Punt, Sundar Sarukkai, Martyn Woodward, and Roger Malina on The Sublime in Art and Science
Post date: Sun, 20/01/2013 - 16:21
TEF team members Michael Punt and Martyn Woodward took part in a podcast with Roger Malina and Sundar Sarukkai to discuss the connections between science and the arts, especially where the sublime--the unknowable, the incomprehensible-- fits within these fields.
Panel on sponsored film and video at ESSHC
Post date: Mon, 14/01/2013 - 14:40
TEF was represented at the recent European Social Science History Co
Play& Prosume: Technology, Exchange and Flow
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Knowledge Transfer events: “Advertising and the Sublime”
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“ADVERTISING AND THE SUBLIME”
TEF Expert Seminar: ‘Screening the Sublime’
Post date: Tue, 20/12/2011 - 10:12
This Expert Seminar was a one-day public event intended to share research findings of a three year EU research project ‘Technology, Exchange and Flow: Artistic Media Practices and Commercial Application’ funded by HERA (ESF). The seminar was the third in a series of public events exploring the relationship between creativity and innovation in the traffic between industrial film, new media arts and the commercial exploitation of audiovisual media in the mid 20th century. Programme:
Saturday 21 January 2012: 10:00 – 12:00:
Keynotes / Screening
Offshore Media – Workshop in Stavanger
Post date: Fri, 29/07/2011 - 09:31
On 16 and 17 December in Stavanger’s Oil Museum, the workshop Offshore Media was held, organized by Bjørn Sørenssen from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology. The workshop focused on the use of film and video in connection with the North Sea oil activity.
Post date: Fri, 29/07/2011 - 09:24
Advertising forms part of our national culture and of our personal history. Advertising shows us who we were and who we are, often in a humorous and sometimes poignant manner. Ask a random person on the street what his favourite paintings are and chances are you’ll get a short answer. But ask that same passer-by what his favourite ad-campaign or commercial is and you’ll get an immediate response.
TEF Expert Seminar: Symposium on the Sponsored Film, from Celluloid to Magnetic Tape to Bits and Bytes
Post date: Fri, 29/07/2011 - 09:19
On Thursday 2 December 2010 the Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision in collaboration with the VU University Amsterdam is organising a symposium about the changes in the production of sponsored films from celluloid to video and later to digital.
TEF Expert Seminar: Produsage and Popaganda, Strategies of persuasion in arts, early film,advertisment movies and games as key moments of agency.
Post date: Fri, 29/07/2011 - 09:06