Archive for September, 2004

BEAP 04 iLecture Distributed Difference Cultures of Conflict Conference

Friday, September 10th, 2004

State Library of Western Australia (LISWA), Alexander Library Building, Perth Cultural Centre, Perth

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FibreCulture: Anna Munster
Welcome address
(University of NSW)
Convenor Distributed Difference conference
Simon Biggs
Keynote Address
Fine Art Research Professor at Sheffield Hallam University and

Research Fellow at Cambridge University, UK

Josephine Starrs (Aus)
Plaything, Games/Art/Culture
Lisa Gye
Mobile Art
Swinburne University of Technology
Darren Tofts
Tsk-tsk-tsk and beyond: anticipating relational aesthetics
Swinburne University of Technology
Nicola Kaye
The Net as a Social Space, Increasing Governance Laws and Democracy Edith Cowan University

BEAP 04 iLecture Sonic Difference Conference

Thursday, September 9th, 2004

State Library of Western Australia (LISWA), Alexander Library Building,

Perth Cultural Centre, Perth

Nigel Helyer
Welcome address
Curator and convenor Sonic Difference exhibition and conference
Cat Hope (Aus)
Sound and Seeing
Garth Paine (Aus)
Endangered Sounds
Ed Osborn (USA)
Sonic Difference Exhibitor
Bjoern Schuelke (Germany)
Perceptual Difference artist
Cat Hope, Garth Paine, Ed Osborn, Bjoern Schuelke, Tos Mahony (Tura New Music)
Shawn Decker (USA)
Sonic Difference artist
Simo Alitalo (Finland)
Sonic Difference artist
Amy Youngs (USA)
Sonic Difference artist
Open Panel Session
Panel Chair: Nigel Helyer
Panel: Shawn Decker, Simo Alitalo,

Amy Youngs,
Jocelyn Robert, Tos Mahoney (Tura New Music)

BEAP 2004 ilectures Perceptual Difference Conference

Wednesday, September 8th, 2004

Bankwest Theatre, John Curtin Gallery, Curtin University of Technology

Christopher Malcolm
Welcome address
Curator and Convenor, Perceptual Difference Conference and Exhibition, John Curtin Gallery
Paul Sermon (UK)
Keynote Address
Puppeteers, Performers or Avatars: A perceptual difference in telematic space
Linda Erceg (Aus)
Digital Bodies; It’s all in the Mind
Ernest Edmonds and Lizzie Muller (Aus)
Studies of audiovisual interfaces in digital art
Ted Krueger (USA)
Perceptual Prosthetics: Steps Towards an Expanded Awareness
Mike Leggett (Aus)
Proximity Interaction and the HCI
Sarah-Mace Dennis (Aus)
Madness and its Ghostly Echo: images and traces of the dead
Christopher Curtin (USA)
Seeing Double: The current artistic

research of Christopher Curtin

Mark Palmer (UK)
Making sense at the edge of chaos

Biennale of Electronic Arts Perth (Same Difference)

Wednesday, September 1st, 2004


Technology is converting human experience into data streams at ever-quickening rates. And yet we still seem reluctant to let go of our analogue or ‘old world’ ways of visualising both ourselves and the world around us. It is this dichotomy that the exhibitions and conferences presented as part of BEAP04 will be exploring and interpreting in celebrating the complex relationships between the virtual and the real.