Affect and representation are crucial to digital history, music, and dance.
Session Chair: Marilyn Lombardi, Office of Information Technology, Duke University. Discussion Leader: Thomas MacCalla, Community Research Institute, National University.
- Jennifer Boyle, Department of English, Hollins University and Carol G. Lederer, Fellow, Pembroke Center, Brown University, The Hollins Community Project: Interfacing Affect
- John Toenjes & David Marchant, Department of Dance, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, Performing Arts Department, Washington University-St. Louis, Finding Humanity Within the Machine: Large Motor Movement Computer Interfacing as an Artistic Mindbody Integrative Practice
- Ulrich Rauch & Tim Wang, Arts Instructional Support and Information Technology Group, University of British Columbia, Instructional Development, University of British Columbia, Art Spaces: Reconstructing the Past