Call for applications: Symbiosis International Symposium on Electronic Art (ISEA), Deadline: [9/12/2022]Marilena Pateraki
Call for applications: Symbiosis
Application deadline: December 9, 2022
ISEA2023 SYMBIOSIS: May 16–21,Forum des images, Paris
ISEA2023 SYMBIOSIS will be hosted in Paris, France.
The Symposium dates are May 16–21, 2023.
Call for proposals is still open for artists, designers, collectives, networks, innovators, engineers, researchers and academics.
Please apply in these different categories: short and long papers, panels and round tables, posters and demonstrations, institutional presentations, artist talks and works in progress, workshops and tutorials.
Deadline for the call : December 9, 2022. Apply here.
ISEA is a major international event focused on digital creation. Each year, the event is held in a different country. This trans-disciplinary conference reunites actors in digital arts, design, research, and cultural and creative industries (CCI) effecting tremendous creative progress.
We expect nearly 2000 international creators, researchers, and innovators, along with more than 100 000 anticipated visitors. Partnered with actors in 60 participating countries, ISEA2023 will lend international visibility digital ecosystems around the world, and to the French scene in particular. The event is also intended to raise public awareness regarding new forms of digital creation and the contemporary social issues to which they pertain.
In an era of global crisis—ecologic and economic; sanitary and socio-political—SYMBIOSIS is a notion that allows us to explore the metamorphoses afoot and to imagine possible futures. This symposium offers an incubator where artists, designers, scientists, and other thinkers will dialogue and debate on process and practice, exhibiting novel projects along the way.
SYMBIOSIS is a cornerstone of life itself—no organism, nor any species more widely, could survive in isolation and without reciprocity. This applies as much to human societies as to the rapport of those societies with their surrounding environments. More than a simple co-existence, symbiosis implies interdependence. It can be positive, neutral, or negative, varying according to the dynamic between the rapport’s attendant parts. We must, then, choose our symbiotic models wisely. This is the orienting goal of this year’s conference.