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Technology and Art in Society: The Significance of "Furnace Transmutation" in Chinese Song Jun Ware

In terms of connection with contemporary society explores the real significance of "furnace transmutation" in Song Jun ware, and the relationship among technology, art and society in ancient China.

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Intelligence in Visual Arts

Explaining art is, thus, a synonym of understanding it critically and methodologically. The fundamental question is, what significance and meaning does it have?

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Published online: November 7, 2014

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Ecologically-Oriented Social Cohesion and Integrity through Poetry and Arts

As technological discourse aiming at a complete replacement of life with an economy of synthetic speech prevails, lyrical arts become more vital for aspiring social cohesion and ecological integrity.

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Published online: November 7, 2014

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Cultural Policy and Suburban Australia: From the Post-war Era to the Early 1980s

An examination of the intersections between cultural and urban policy in the development of suburban Australia and the tensions, ambiguities and contractions that arise when these intersections take place.

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Published online: November 7, 2014

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Between Myth and History: Black Market International 1985 - 2012

The presentation argues with various approaches to documenting and archiving of performance art in a context of Black Market international performance art group and movement.

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Published online: November 7, 2014

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Artscience: Venturing beyond the Two Cultures Paradigm

This presentation will therferore introduce Artscience to the audience and also some of its most interesting practitioners.

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Published online: November 7, 2014

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Whose Art Is It, Anyway? Investigating the Impact of the Active Viewer on the Authorship of the Art Form

This paper asks whether the process of constructing a short film for an interactive platform removes authorship of the art form from the artist to the viewer.

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Published online: October 31, 2014

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Comedy and Artificial Intelligence: Do We Laugh When a Thing Gives the Impression of Being a Person?

Using an award winning comedy duo of artificial intelligence agents as a case study this paper argues for a reappraisal of the human/machine dichotomy.

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Published online: October 31, 2014

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Collaborative Authorship in Film Production : Walter Murch and Film Editing: Walter Murch and Film Editing

Studies on individual film technicians enrich current debate on issues of collaboration and authorship.This essay analyses the career and work processes of editor Walter Murch in light of these debates.

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Published online: October 31, 2014

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Artistic Imperatives: Merging Theater and Film

This paper examines performance research combining theater and film. Collaborations between directors Paul Bernstein and Robert Emmons span thirteen works, each requiring an alternate conceptual basis for interdisciplinary possibility.

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Published online: October 31, 2014

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