Assistant Professor James Coupe, Heather Raikes (PhD 2011), and current PhD student, Maja Petric, will present at the 2011 International Symposium on Electronic Art in Istanbul.
Coupe's paper, titled "Surveillance Art as Panacea," posits that "surveillance is the inevitable result of a search for a cure to a variety of 21st Century ailments."
Raikes will present her doctoral research in "Corpus Corvus: Exploring Contemporary Mythos Through Immersive Media Poetics."
Petric, in "Pursuing the Unknowable through Transformative Spaces," investigates the sublime as the core to her artistic research and practice.
ISEA runs 14 - 21 September.