There are only two weeks left to submit your entry to trAce’s New Media Article Writing Competition before the deadline on 30th April. Prize-winners will receive cash prizes and will also be published on the trAce website. This competition is open to all and is organised in conjunction with the Writers for the Future.
COSIGN 2004, the 4th International Conference on Computational Semiotics, is seeking papers, artworks, posters, and demonstrations. The conference will be held September 14-16, 2004, at the University of Split in Croatia. COSIGN 2004 seeks to explore how meaning can be created by, encoded in, understood by, or produced through, the computer.
Edited by Marc Bousquet and Katherine Wills, The Politics of Information is an essay collection in five parts covering a broad panoply of discourses, practices, and institutional change that can be garnered under the rubric of “materialist informatics.” The Politics of Information is available for download.
The Leonardo Electronic Almanac, an international electronic journal and web archive for the interaction of the arts, sciences and technology, is currently seeking submissions for its upcoming Special Issues. Visit the websites for more information on each of the call for papers: Network Leaps, Bounds and Misses: Critiquing Regional Strategies for Digital Arts and Electronic Music in Asia and the Pacific (deadline extended to April 15), From the Extraordinary to the Uncanny: the persistence of a parallel universe, and RE:SEARCHING OUR ORIGINS: Critical and Archival Histories of the Electronic Arts.