Update: Confirmed Speakers

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We are very pleased to announce the following confirmed speakers:
  • Richard McGuire. Comic book artist, graphic designer, illustrator, animator, children’s book author, musician, and toy designer. http://www.richard-mcguire.com/
  • Gregory Ulmer. Professor in the Department of English at the University of Florida and professor of Electronic Languages and Cybermedia at the European Graduate School in Saas-Fee, Switzerland. http://emeragency.electracy.org/
  • Johnny (Sue) Golding. Director, Centre for Fine Art Research (CFAR). Birmingham School of Arts, Design and Media, Birmingham City University.
  • Sarah Kember. Professor of New Technologies of Communications, Goldsmiths, University of London, UK.
  • Markku Eskelinen. Independent scholar and experimental writer of ergodic prose and critical essays. Founding editor of Game Studies, the international journal of computer game research, and Cybertext Yearbook.
  • WREK (Olivier Deprez, Adolpho Avril, Miles O’Shea). Experimental artistic collective merging woodcut, installation art, performance, film, and comics. https://antiste.wordpress.com/
  • Ilan Manouach. Artist, writer, and musician. http://www.ilanmanouach.com/
  • Daniel Merlin Goodbrey. Artist, lecturer at the University of Hertfordshire in narrative and interactive design. http://e-merl.com/
  • Yannis La Macchia. Comic book artist and publisher. http://racontars.com/
  • Gregory Steirer. Assistant Professor of English and Film Studies, Dickinson College, Carlisle, Pennsylvania, USA.

We will be posting regular updates as they become available.

Extension of Deadline for Abstract Submissions

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Due to numerous requests for an extension for submissions to the Poetics of the Algorithm conference, the organizing committee decided to extend the deadline for the submission of abstracts until January 11, 2016.

We invite you to send proposals for workshops, roundtables, panels, performances, sessions, and paper presentations touching on aspects of the original Call for Papers. 

The process of evaluation is ongoing, and you can expect notification of acceptance by the end of February 2016.

Very much looking forward to receiving your proposals and meeting you in Liège!

Best wishes,
The ACME Research Group <mail> <web>