Sabine Breitsameter, Audiomedia Scholar and Researcher, Sonic Arts Dramaturg, Curator and Artist, teaching at the Darmstadt UAS, and Director of its Soundscape & Environmental Media Lab, will deliver a presentation titled: Immersion and Beyond – A critical approach to understanding the aesthetic potential of 3D audio.
Kim Timby, photography historian, curator and teacher at the École du Louvre, whose research explores the cultural history of photographic technologies, will deliver a presentation titled: The construction of the integral-image utopia.
Dr Michael Pritchard FRPS, Chief Executive of the Royal Photographic Society and author of a number of books on the history of the camera and photography will deliver a presentation titled: Protecting and exploiting photography through patents and trademarks in nineteenth century Britain.
We are delighted to announce the title for the keynote session by Denis Pellerin at Universidade Lusófona. The specialist in Stereo Photography will deliver a presentation titled: The Stereoscope: Claudet’s “general panorama of the world”.
A nineteenth-century inspired daguerreotype studio will be installed at the conference venue, Universidade Lusófona.
Thanks to LUPA – Luís Pavão Lda. (www.lupa.com.pt), you will rediscover one of the first techniques of photography and take the result back home with you.
This unique experience will take around 2 hours, during which you will be invited to participate in the several stages of the process: polishing the brass plate, preparing a pose with clothing and props of your choice, exposure of the plate to iodine vapors to create a light-sensitive surface, image development, fixation and gilding, and finally the packaging of the plate in a case specifically designed for this event.