Arte virale. I nuovi immaginari della cultura GIF

Convegno a cura di Alessandra Chiarini e Monica Dall’Asta. Keynote speakers: Arild Fetveit, Olia Lialina, Wanda Strauven.
In collaborazione con Home Movies – Bologna 23-24 novembre 2016.

 

  • Greetings
  • Keynote address: WANDA STRAUVEN (Goethe University, Frankfurt), The GIF as Screenic Image
  • The Loop Experience: GUIDO BARTORELLI (University of Padua), Vibrazioni di immagini in loop: tra usi artistici e sociali, RODERICK MILLS (University of Brighton), Absurdity, Memory and the Portraryal of Time, TOMMASO ISABELLA (University of Bergamo), Oddly Satisfying: le GIF animate tra gesto e meccanismo, SOFYA GLEBOVNA (Artist and independent researcher, Berlin), The Perfect GIF
  • Keynote address: ARILD FETVEIT (University of Copenhagen), The Uncanny Mediality of the Photographic GIF
  • Genealogies I: CRISTINA JANDELLI (University of Florence), Recitazione e divismo, attori e star nella GIF culture, LORENZO MARMO (University of Naples, L’Orientale), Il frammento, il gesto e la reazione: la storia del cinema attraverso le GIF, MARISA C.HAYES (La Sorbonne Nouvelle – Paris III), Expanded Choreographies: The Aesthetics of Movement in Animated GIFs
  • Post-cinematic Scenarios: ELISA BIANCHI (University of Florence), From GIFs to Augmented Reality, JEREMY RADVAN (University of Brighton), The Infinite GIF Landscape: A Digital Myriorama, GIUSEPPE PREVITALI (University of Bergamo), Do It Again. Appunti per una prospettiva sulle GIF pornografiche
  • Keynote address: OLIA LIALINA (Merz Academy, Stuttgard), Telling GIFs and Animated JPEGs Apart
  • Genealogies II: PASQUALE FAMELI (University of Bologna), Combattimento per un’immagine in movimento, MATTEO CREMONESI (Brera Academy, Milan), GIF, dinamismo e arte cinetica, PAOLA DONATIELLO (University of Bologna), Riscrivere la storia dell’arte: il caso Scorpion Dagger
  • Postmedia Art: ALESSANDRA CHIARINI (University of Bologna), (Inter)Net Art and the Archaeology of GIFs, MATTHEW DE KERSAINT GIRAUDEAU (Field Broadcast, London), I Can’t Stop Watching: Why Do Artists Use GIFs?, ALESSANDRO SCALI (Okkult Motion Pictures, Turin), GIFmaking as an Artistic Practice
  • Know Your Meme: LUCIA TRALLI (University of Bologna), Where GIF Culture and Fandom Culture Collide, SARA CASOLI (University of Bologna), GABRIELE PROSPERI (University of Ferrara), How to Steal an Emotion: Memetic GIF as (Re)Mediation of Emotional Contents, ELENA SEMENZATO (Independent researcher), GIF ed evoluzione dello smiley
  • Platforms: RAFFAELE PAVONI (University of Florence), Graphics Interchange Firms. Il ruolo delle GIF nella competizione tra colossi informatici, JOE MILUTIS (University of Washington, Bothell), From Intermittence to Exploitable: The Aestethics of GIFs on Dump.fm, SAL VIRAL (Art Collective, Valencia), Preserving the Gifs? On the Destiny of the Cultural Heritage of the Digital Age
  • Exhibition/Exposition: VALENTINA TANNI, SAVERIO VERINI (Critics and curators), Stop and Go. L’arte delle GIF animate

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