A new international network of practicing artists, technology developers and ethnographers working in pervasive and locative media.
Submissions are invited to the first network event, a workshop that will launch the network and assess the state of the art
Submissions are invited to the first network event, a two day public workshop
with papers, demos and discussion sessions. The aim of the event is to launch
the network, review the state of the art, bring key players in the field together,
and make initial contacts. The event will also aim to identify a range of specific
interests that can lead to the formation of sub-groups within the network. Position
papers and a summary report will subsequently be published on the network web
The first network event will be a two day public workshop with papers, demos
and discussion sessions. It will take place at the ICA in London on the 1st
and 2nd of February 2005.
Of relevance are:
• art projects
• cultural or community-based projects
• technology research projects
• technology demonstrations
• theoretical and social science position papers
• other - games, education, tourism, heritage
Please send your initial expression of interest to firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday
8th November. This should include your name, position and a one paragraph abstract.
Deadline for full submissions is Friday 10th December. Guidelines for full
submissions may be found at the end of this document.
We request that participants seek support for travel and subsistence from their institutions. For participants without institutional affiliation the network shall support applications to funding councils and foundations, please contact us for further details.
Older PLAN documents
Original announcement and call (PDF)
Pervasive and Locative Arts Network (PLAN)