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Tuesday 7th July - Thursday 9th July 2015

Electronic visualisation technologies in art, design, music, dance, theatre, the sciences and more ...

BCS, 1st Floor, 5 Southampton Street, London WC2E 7HA.

Artists, designers, researchers and technologists from all over the world
- this fantastic futuristic annual conference is for you!

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2015 Call for Proposals

The Call for Proposals is open - deadline 9th January 2015. We invite proposals for papers, demonstrations, short performances, exhibitions, workshops or panel discussions on the EVA London 2015 conference themes:

• Computer and electronic art
• Data, scientific and creative visualisation
• Digitally enhanced reality and everyware
• 2D and 3D imaging, display and printing
• Museums and collections
• Music, performing arts, and technologies
• Open source and technologies
• Smart cities
• Virtual communities
• Virtual cultural heritage

Only a summary proposal, up to one A4 page, is required for selection. It must be submitted electronically - please see instructions for submitting.

2015 Pre-conference event

EVA London 2015 will include a pre-conference event on Digital Futures, organised and hosted by the Victoria & Albert Museum .

2014 Prize winners

Congratulations to the winners of Best Paper and Best Demo prizes at EVA London 2014! -

Best Paper Kia Ng, Joanne Armitage and Alex McLean: The Colour of Music: Real-time Music Visualisation with Synaesthetic Sound-colour Mapping; Moshe Caine, Eyal Tagar and Idit Ben Or: Unfolding communities: Imaging the Past – Envisioning the Future

Best Demo David Bouchard - Data Materiality

And thanks to our generous prize sponsors, Ashgate Publishing and Imperica online magazine

EVA London 2014 preprints online

EVA London 2014 preprint publication published online now.

Editorial panel: Kia Ng (editor); Sarah McDaid; Jonathan Bowen

EVA London announces the publication of

Electronic Visualisation in Arts and Culture
Springer Series on Cultural Computing
Editors: Jonathan P. Bowen, Suzanne Keene, Kia Ng

Five parts, from the best EVA London authors, present the latest technology and ideas: Imaging and Culture … New Art Practice … Seeing Motion … Interaction and Interfaces … Visualising Heritage.