Ruth West presented at the Media, Art, History re-Create 2015 Conference held at the University of Quebec in Montréal Nov. 8-11, an event focused on “Theories, Methods and Practices of Research-Creation in the Histories of Media Art, Science and Technology.
The Nov. 8 panel titled “Challenges, Best Practices, and the Future of Transdisciplinarity Collaboration in Media Art, Science, and Technology” included panelists Ruth West (University of North Texas), Roger F. Malina (University of Texas at Dallas), Sara Diamond (Ontario College of Art and Design), and FrançoisJoseph Lapointe (Université de Montréal), and was moderated by Lousie Poissant, scientific director of the Québec Research Fund – Society and Culture (FRQSC).
The panelists discussed the future of collaboration in an era characterized by an increasing predominance of hybrid art-science-technology and asked questions regarding current challenges and potential benefits of cross-disciplinary collaborations and identified conditions for evolving future collaborations considering the context of historical collaboration among art, science, and technology practitioners.
See http://www.mediaarthistory.org/ for more information.
News@xREZ Nov. 8, 2015