Hi all, apologies for cross-posting. Please see below the call for papers
and performances for the fifth International Conference on Live Interfaces
(ICLI), on behalf of Øyvind Brandtsegg. Please address any questions or
comments to him directly.



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De: Øyvind Brandtsegg <oyvind.brandts...@ntnu.no>
Date: dt., 20 d’ag. 2019 a les 9:35
Subject: ICLI 2020 CFP
To: g.roma.li...@gmail.com <g.roma.li...@gmail.com>

## Call for Papers and Performances

ICLI is an interdisciplinary conference focusing on the role of interfaces
in all artistic performance activities. We encourage critical and
reflective approaches to key themes in the design and use of live
interfaces. A wide range of theoretical and practice-based approaches are
welcomed by people from all possible research, art and other practice

The fifth International Conference on Live Interfaces will take place at
the Norwegian University of Science and Technology in Trondheim, NTNU, 9-11
March 2020. This biennial conference will bring together people working
with live interfaces in the performing arts, including music, the visual
arts, theatre, dance, puppetry, robotics or games. The conference scope is
highly interdisciplinary but with a focus on interface technologies of
expression in the area of performance. Note that technologies here can be
understood in the widest possible sense. Topics of liveness, immediacy,
presence (and tele-presence), mediation, collaboration and timing or flow
are engaged with and questioned in order to gain a deeper understanding of
the role contemporary media technologies play in human expression.

The special theme of the 2020 conference is

### Artificial Intelligence. Artistic Intelligence. Automated Emotional

A.I. is relatively widespread and ubiquitous within interfaces for artistic
expression. Within this domain we can also include various sorts of
automation and algorithmic extensions, as this constitutes a form of
external agency that allows us to do more – more than we could unassisted
by these technologies. How does this affect the artistic expression? Is it
merely a convenience and an affordance to allow us to interface to complex
domains, and as such just extend our inherent abilities? Or, does it imply
a deeper impact on how the art is made? We can assume that all interfaces
affect what we can do in profound ways. The difference with A.I. and
machine learning in general is that the internal workings of the algorithms
to a larger extent is a black box. We understand to a lesser degree how the
internals of neural networks actually work, and then, how do we understand
what we do as artists with these interfaces?

## Further details of submission categories, dates etc. See:


## Collaboration with Meta.Morf

This ICLI collaborates with the Meta.Morf biennal for art and technology (
http://metamorf.no/), taking place in Trondheim from March 3 to May 5. The
Meta.Morf opening week is 5-10 March, and ICLI will commence immediately
after. This creates a special opportunity to spend some quality time in
Trondheim, in the company of both the ICLI and the Meta.Morf crowd. ICLI
attendees will get a discount on Meta.Morf tickets. The theme for Meta.Morf
2020 is “The digital wild” - bending and twisting our illusions about
digital futures. Come stay a full week in Trondheim and get the best of
both worlds.
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