Miller to present at Computer Art Congress 3
Wednesday, November 21, 2012 - 423 hits
A. Bill Miler, assistant professor of visual art studies at Penn State Altoona, will present a research paper titled "Future Potentials for ASCII art" at the international conference and exhibitions of Computer Art Congress 3. Computer Art Congress 3 invites artists, intellectuals, engineers and scientists to share and discuss their imaginations, creations, inventions and visions of the post digital art. In addition to presenting his collaboratively written paper, Miller will exhibit the video "gridSol_altar1" which was first presented at Penn State Altoona in the Sheetz Gallery of the Misciagna Family Center for Performing Arts. The Computer Art Congress 3 includes paper presentations, panel discussion, exhibitions, installations, and performances that encourage collaborative approaches between technological innovation and artistic-sights as well as Discuss new artistic and innovative experience for rethinking new possible perspectives in regards to Post-Digital Art. The conference Web site, which includes agenda and attendees, can be found at http://postdigital.eu/ online.