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Host: mdw—University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna in cooperation with the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna and the University of Applied Arts Vienna.

Society for Artistic Research
Oranje Nassaulaan 1, Amsterdam
PO Box 53028
1007 RA Amsterdam
societyforartisticresearch.org

mdw—University of Music and
Performing Arts Vienna
Anton-von-Webern-Platz 1
A—1030 Vienna
sar2021vienna@mdw.ac.at
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Academy of Fine Arts Vienna
Schillerplatz 3
A—1010 Vienna
akbild.ac.at

University of Applied Arts Vienna
Oskar-Kokoschka-Platz 2
A—1010 Vienna
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Society for Artistic Research12th International Conference on Artistic ResearchVienna, 07 — 09/04/2021

mdw—University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna
in cooperation with the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna
and the University of Applied Arts Vienna.

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We encourage original contributions that take on the challenge of bringing liveness to this mediated online event. To preserve the uniqueness of the SAR conference, contributions should be first time presentations. As we aim for complex online-discursivity, each contribution shall receive ample discussion time (in real time via video conferencing).

Presentation formats

We support the following presentation formats:

Presentation using preproduced material

The proposal should include information, how the preproduced material will be “presented” and integrated in an interactive online conference. The preproduced material has to be delivered to the conference organizers latest by Sunday 7th March 2021 and will be streamed by the conference host.

Streamed live-­performances / demonstrations

Streamed live-performances / demonstrations may be included in the program. Applicants should provide information about their technical resources for providing this option.

We will also make an effort to curate a selection of submissions into paired encounters across the arts, followed by discussions between and with the respective presenters.

Additionally, we will also introduce opportunities for informal dialogue (virtual lounges, virtual breakout rooms …).

Duration of the presentation

Time slot duration options for the two presentation types above are:

S

15 min contribution +
15 min discussion +
10 min break

M

25 min contribution +
25 min discussion +
10 min break

L

50 min contribution +
50 min discussion +
20 min break

How to submit?

Abstracts (max. 800 characters, incl. spaces) shall be submitted via the Research Catalogue and should combine a concise selection of auditory and/or visual media along with the title of the presentation and a written Description of Presentation (max. 2.000 characters, incl. spaces).

We particularly welcome submissions of mixed-media abstracts over text-only abstracts (except in the case of text-based art). Applicants should give reasons for the choice of duration; these might nevertheless be adapted by conference hosts according to availability. An ensuing publication of the proceedings is planned.

Required MATERIAL

  • Title of Submission
  • Image for the online conference programme
  • Abstract for the online conference programme
    (max. 800 characters, incl. spaces)
  • Chosen format
  • Preferred duration
  • Description of Presentation
    (max. 2.000 characters, incl. spaces)
  • Short Bio (max. 500 characters, incl. spaces)
  • Technical Requirements
    (max. 1.000 characters, incl. spaces)
  • Media files (maximum three files)

Submissions are sent in and handled through the Research Catalogue (RC). You can change the submission in the RC, but once you hit submission button, it cannot be changed anymore. You can only submit the same presentation once.

Time table

  • Dead-Line for Research Catalogue Full User Registration:
    20th Sept 2020 (ten days before submission deadline, for those who do not already have a Research Catalogue Full User account).
  • Dead-Line submission of application (in the Research Catalogue: 30th Sept 2020, 1 pm (CEST)
  • Applicants will be informed about acceptance:
    Mid of November 2020
  • Registration will be open from end of January 2021
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