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Art Papers

The SIGGRAPH Art Papers program brings together communities of researchers and practitioners working at the intersections of art, design, humanities, science, and technology.

Program Content

The vision of the Art Papers program at SIGGRAPH 2020 is built upon the interconnection with other arts-related paths inside SIGGRAPH. We will celebrate the Lifetime Achievement in Digital Art — several recipients have written influential papers in their fields, and it will be inspiring to build upon these publications with new ideas. Art Papers will also integrate with the Art Gallery — participants in the Art Papers track can be included in the Gallery, and we will host a joint session with Artist Presentations. Finally, in concert with Leonardo, we will investigate new possibilities for the publication and circulation of the Art Paper research.

Andres Burbano Art Papers Chair
Universidad de los Andes

Image Credit: Hybrid Embroidery: Exploring Interactive Fabrication in Hand Crafts © Yi-Chin Lee, Daniel Cardoso Llach, Carnegie Mellon University

SIGGRAPH 2020 ART PAPERS

Following is a list of accepted content and contributors for the SIGGRAPH 2020 Art Papers program. Complete information will be posted soon.

Animated Robotic Sculptures: Using SMA Motion Display to Create Lifelike Movements
Akira Nakayasu, Graduate School of Arts and Design, Kobe Design University

Artistic License in Heritage Visualization: VR Sydney Cove circa 1800
Kit Devine, ANU School of Art and Design

Body RemiXer: Extending Bodies to Stimulate Social Connection in an Immersive Installation
John Desnoyers-Stewart, Simon Fraser University; Ekaterina R. Stepanova, Simon Fraser University; Bernhard E. Riecke, Simon Fraser University; Patrick Pennefather, University of British Columbia

Cacophonic Choir
Şölen Kıratlı, University of California, Santa Barbara; Hannah E. Wolfe, Colby College, Computer Science Department; Alex Bundy, Independent Artist

Cultural Viz: An Aesthetic Approach to Cultural Analytics
Everardo Reyes, Université Paris 8; Lev Manovich, City University of New York

Enhanced Family Tree: Evolving Research and Expression
Fan Xiang, Tsinghua University; Shunshan Zhu, Tsinghua University; Zhigang Wang, Tsinghua University; Kevin Maher, Tsinghua University; Yi Liu, Tsinghua University; Yilin Zhu, Stanford University; Kaixi Chen, Beijing Yuguo Culture and Technology Ltd. Inc.; Zhiqiang Liang, Tsinghua University

Hybrid Embroidery: Exploring Interactive Fabrication in Hand Crafts
Yi-Chin Lee, Carnegie Mellon University; Daniel Cardoso Llach, Carnegie Mellon University

Inverse-Rendering Based Analysis of the Fine Illumination Effects in the Salvator Mundi
Marco (Zhanhang) Liang, University of California, Irvine; Shuang Zhao, University of California, Irvine; Michael T. Goodrich, University of California, Irvine

Pixel of Matter: New Ways of Seeing with an Active Volumetric Filmmaking System
Seonghoon Ban, RECON Labs Inc.; Kyung Hoon Hyun, Hanyang University

REALational Perspectives: Strategies for Expanding Beyond the Here-and-Now in Mobile Augmented Reality (AR) Art
Liron Efrat, University of Toronto

Resonant Waves: Immersed in Geometry
Richard Grillotti, University of California, Santa Cruz; Andy DiLallo, University of California, Santa Cruz; Angus Forbes, University of California, Santa Cruz

Rilievo: Artistic Scene Authoring via Interactive Height Map Extrusion in VR
Sevinc Eroglu, Visual Computing Institute, RWTH Aachen University; Patric Schmitz, Visual Computing Institute, RWTH Aachen University; Carlos Aguilera Martinez, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (UPC); Jana Rusch, Artist; Leif Kobbelt, Visual Computing Institute, RWTH Aachen University; Torsten W. Kuhlen, Visual Computing Institute, RWTH Aachen University

Stepping Inside the Classification Cube: An Intimate Interaction with an AI System
Avital Meshi, University of California, Santa Cruz; Angus Forbes, University of California, Santa Cruz

the Unknown Person: Post-Colonial Fictioning, Personal Stories and Surveillance
Eddie Wong, Goldsmiths University of London

Visual Indeterminacy in GAN Art
Aaron Hertzmann, Adobe Research