[ISEA2023] Panel: Everardo Reyes, Gwen Le Cor, Anastasia Tyurina, Andrés Burbano & Andrea Sosa — Hydrological symbiosis: An approach to the experience of water-based artworks

Panel Statement

Theme: Other Cosmologies Subtheme: Symbiotic Imaginaries

Keywords: Water, hydrology, art and science, performative research

This panel discusses a hydrologic approach to mediations between arts, sciences and humanities. Its main objective is to explore the water properties and effects in our aesthetic, cultural, scientific and educational practices. We study the materiality and the imaging of water representations by making direct interventions in artifacts and methods for scientific analysis.

  • Everardo Reyes (US/FR) Professor of Information and Communication Sciences, Co-director of the Masters in Digital Humanities, Université Paris 8 – Vincennes-Saint-Denis. Responsible for international relations, EUR ArTeC. Associate member of the Cultural Analytics Lab. Art Papers Chair for SIGGRAPH 2019 – Los Angeles. www.ereyes.net
  • Andrés Burbano (Colombia), Professor in the Arts and Humanities School at the Open University of Catalunya (Barcelona, Spain) and Visiting Lecturer at Donau-Universität (Krems, Austria). http://www.burbane.net
  • Gwen Le Cor (FR), Professor of American Literature and English for Specific Purposes, https://depa.univ-paris8.fr/Gwen-Le-Cor.html
  • Andrea Sosa, Professor, Researcher and Filmmaker, National University of La Plata, Argentina, Faculty of Fine Arts and Multimedia Design.
  • Anastasia Tyurina (RU/AU), Senior Lecturer in Visual Communication, Queensland University of Technology (QUT), Australia https://research.qut.edu.au/designlab/team/anastasia-tyurina