Visualisation Matters 2018

21 November 2018

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AI + Creativity Symposium

20 November 2018

Collision of Cultures

Visualisation Matters 2018 is designed to inspire audiences and demonstrate how art, science, design and engineering can be closely connected through visual creativity.

Event & Location

VisMatters2018 is co-organised by the Expanded Perception and Interaction Centre, UNSW Art & Design, CSIRO Data61 and ACEMS. It will be held on 21 November 2018 at UNSW Art & Design, Paddington (Sydney), Cnr Oxford St and Greens Rd, in Room EG02.

Allow to be Inspired

Invited speakers from industry, academia and our local community will share their ideas and works. We are preparing a few amazing surprises, so have your eyes wide open.

Format

Visualisation Matters will feature invited keynotes and speakers.

15 k+ lines of code
90 + hack methods
512 + litres of coffee
150 + satisfied faces

ARTISTS-SCIENTISTS

Speakers that will inspire you. Discussions that will remain with you forever. Connections that will create new opportunities. Don't miss it!

Marco
Tarini
Mike
Seymour
Sam
Ferguson
Carlos
Dominguez
Victoria
Coleman
Huyen
Nguyen
Tia
Cummins
Bruce
Thomas
Sean
O'Donoghue
Jen
Seevinck
Oliver
Bown
John
Doolan
Nico
Pietroni
Emile
Rademeyer
Sam
Moskwa
Anna
Leontjeva
Douglas
Kahn
Xavier
Ho

Visualisation Matters Today

Exciting program, please join us on 21 November, 2018.

Visualisation Matters 2018

Very exciting program - full of inspiration and breath taking ideas, don't miss it!

Program

OzViz 2018

Collocated event: OzViz 2018

Program

AI + Creativity Symposium

Collocated event: AI + Creativity Symposium

Program

Art and Science

"After a certain high level of technical skill is achieved, science and art tend to coalesce in esthetics, plasticity, and form. The greatest scientists are always artists as well."

Albert Einstein
Albert Einstein
(1879 - 1955)

CONTACT US

For more info or submit proposal of a lightning talk please e-mail t.bednarz (at) unsw dot edu.au