[-empyre-] all call to -empyre- subscribers- see below

Parag parag at pkmital.com
Mon Jul 1 08:37:06 EST 2013

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Dear Renate Ferro, Tim Murray, Simon Biggs, Patrick Lichty, and other empyreans,

Thank you for the chance to tell you a bit about my work.  Please find
a brief bio below.


Department of Computing
Goldsmiths, University of London
New Cross, London SE14 6NW


I am a computational artist researching models of audiovisual
attention, representation, and synthesis.  As a researcher, I've
investigated how film together with eye-movement and EEG recordings
can help to explore how people attend to and represent audiovisual
scenes. I've used this understanding to build computational models of
audiovisual perception that serve as real-time experiences meant to
reflect on one’s own perceptual processes. In my practice, I've used
these computational models to create real-time audiovisual smash ups,
augmented reality-based hallucinations, and expressive control of
audiovisual content.  More here:

web: http://pkmital.com
vimeo: vimeo.com/pkmital/videos


On Sun, Jun 30, 2013 at 9:44 PM, m. jaeckel <mojaeckel at googlemail.com> wrote:
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> another late posting on the call to disclose one's lurking:
> I discovered the list about a year ago and since then follow often in amazement and thrilled by the amount and content of input.
> Thank to all the contributes so far for their great exchanges that initiates such interesting discussions - and more basically just for idea of sharing ideas.
> So. in short about my work as artist and writer in the fields of performance and theory; studied video and performance and have an EMMA European Media MA from Merz-Akademie Stuttgart/University of Portsmouth. Currently I am developing an artistic research project around the self-invented notion of ‘memacism’ (concept of motion embedded mind agency). Monika Jaeckel, Berlin, Germany; (mindgap.org and delegate-perception.net)
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