The Australian Network for Art & Technology (ANAT) presents
Super Human- Revolution of the Species
Melbourne Australia
22-25 Nov 2009

An international event comprising a symposium, exhibition, masterclass
and public talk investigating collaborative art and science practices
and their relationship with the human body.

Taking place over two days, the Super Human symposium will present an
invigorating and inspiring mix of keynote speakers and collaborative
research projects engaging with one or more of the symposium themes:
Augmentation, Cognition and Nanoscale Interventions.

Questions that the symposium will address include, but are not limited
to: How do scientific and artistic bodies of knowledge intersect with
human, social bodies? Does art serve simply as a representational tool
for the sciences or is there more to the picture than that? Does
research into bodies and their systems offer an insight into aesthetics,
or is it confined to the purely functional?

Abstracts are invited from either individual or team-based researchers,
artists and scientists. Submitted abstracts will undergo a double-blind
referee process, with successful applicants invited to submit their
paper prior to final acceptance. Symposium proceedings will be published
in Second Nature: the International Journal of Creative Media in March
2010. Second Nature is supported by RMIT University’s School of
Creative Media. See for more information.

Please submit all abstracts (and any questions) to the Conference
Convenor: [log in to unmask]

Dr Stefan Greuter
Bachelor of Arts (Games Graphics Design)
Bachelor of Arts (Digital Art)
Bachelor of Arts (Animation and Interactive Media)
School of Creative Media RMIT University
Ph: 03 9925 9819
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Fax: 03 9925 4362

Building 14, Level 11 Room 4
RMIT City Campus, Melbourne

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Melbourne Victoria 3001

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