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June 28th - July 2nd, 2021 | ONLINE

*Deadline:* Jan 25th, 2021 *March 1st, 2021*
The conference proceedings will be published through the ACM Digital

We cordially invite you to submit your contribution to the Media
Architecture Biennale 20 (MAB20), originally planned for the fall of 2020,
which will now take place on* June 28th – July 2nd, 2021.* Due to the
ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, the MAB20 will be held in an* online
format* featuring
an internationally accessible online programme and, hopefully, smaller
scale, on-site meet-ups in Amsterdam and Utrecht (depending on the Covid-19
regulations at that time).

*MAB20* invites papers from academics, students, and industry practitioners
that align with the theme Futures Implied and the sub-themes described
below. The paper contributions should address current practices, discuss
theoretical approaches, or present novel research that explores and further
develop our understanding of media architecture through relevant case
studies, design processes, and community and industry examples. The
will be published during the MAB20 on ACM Digital Library *and *presentations
will happen via virtual sessions*. Previous proceedings can be found
here: MAB18
Proceedings <> and MAB16 Proceedings

*Important dates*

   - Call opens: *20 December 2019*
   - Paper submission deadline: 25 January, 2021  *1 March 2021*
   - Notification of acceptance: *23 April, 2021*
   - All revisions due and Camera Ready paper deadline: *24 May, 2021*

*Preparing your submission*

The conference invites research presentations from both academia and

   - Papers should be between 9 and 18 pages (excluding references),
using single
   column template
   - The papers should clearly explain the research question addressed,
   research methods and tasks, findings or results, and contributions of the
   work. Papers should also provide sufficient background and related work to
   situate and contextualize the authors’ work within a greater body of
   - Submissions should consist of original work not previously published
   or concurrently under consideration for any other conference, workshop,
   journal, or other publication with an iSBN, iSSN, or DOI number;
   - All submissions should be anonymised for peer review. Authors are
   expected to remove author and institutional identities from the title and
   header areas of the paper;
   - Papers submitted by the due date will undergo a double blind peer
   review process and will be evaluated on the basis of their significance,
   innovation, academic rigor, and clarity of writing. Your submission should
   have authors’ names and affiliations removed, and avoid obvious identifying
   statements. Citations to your own relevant work should not be anonymous
   (e.g., say “Prior work by [authors]” instead of “In our prior work.”);
   - Authors must provide a 30-word contribution statement for their paper
   upon submission; the contribution statement should explain the contribution
   made by the paper to the Media Architecture community.

*Paper submission link: ***

You can find more details about the themes and the submission on *MAB Call
for Papers <>*.

In case you have any questions, please contact our *Papers Chairs:*

·   *Glenda Caldwell*, Queensland University of Technology –
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·   *Joel Fredericks*, The University of Sydney –
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We hope to welcome you to one of our online pre-events and at the
biennale in June!

All the best,

*Martijn de Waal, Frank Suurenbroek, Nanna Verhoeff **and Michiel de Lange*

MAB20 Executive Committee
Media Architecture Biennale <>

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