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The International Image Festival is an event of electronic arts and digital culture organized by the Visual Design Department at the Universidad de Caldas in Colombia since 1997. This year, the Festival will host ISEA2017, one of the most important symposiums on Electronic Art in the world, and for the first time will be held in a Latin American country.

At the same time, the Festival will be part of selected cultural events in the ’Crusade Season France-Colombia’ initiative, led by the French Institute and the Ministry of Culture.

In this space, you’ll find the reunited programming for the 16th International Image Festival and ISEA 2017. This app enables you to create your own schedule for attending certain events during the Festival.

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Gabriela Aceves Sepúlveda

Simon Fraser University
Assistant Professor
Canada
Dr. Gabriela Aceves Sepúlveda is Assistant Professor at the School of Interactive Arts and Technology at Simon Fraser University where she directs cMAS (the critical media arts studio), an interdisciplinary research and media creation studio. With degrees in design, media arts, and cultural history, her work investigates the histories and practices of art, science, and technology. She is the author of Women Made Visible: Feminist Art and Media in post-1968 Mexico (University of Nebraska Press, 2019) and several peer-reviewed articles, book chapters, and research-creation projects on feminist media art and archival practices in Latin America. Other research interests include the intersections of sound, race and gender; the environmental entanglements of digital technologies, its histories and infrastructures; and the histories and theories of embodiment and performance. Her video and sculptural installations that explore the body as a site of cultural, gender and bio-political inscriptions have been exhibited in Canada, Mexico, France, India, Chile and the U.S. She is a member of the art/mamas collective based in Vancouver, BC and has served as a board member of various artist-run-centres in Canada. Currently, she is working on a book manuscript on the history of electronic and avant-garde music entitled Weaving the Electric Wave: Latin American Women Composers, 1888 -1980, and co-editing a volume on the development of immersive technologies in the global south. To learn more about her work visit: http://criticalmediartstudio.com/ ">http://criticalmediartstudio.com/ ">Dr. Gabriela Aceves Sepúlveda is Assistant Professor at the School of Interactive Arts and Technology at Simon Fraser University where she directs cMAS (the critical media arts studio), an interdisciplinary research and media creation studio. With degrees in design, media arts, and cultural history, her work investigates the histories and practices of art, science, and technology. She is the author of Women Made Visible: Feminist Art and Media in post-1968 Mexico (University of Nebraska Press, 2019) and several peer-reviewed articles, book chapters, and research-creation projects on feminist media art and archival practices in Latin America. Other research interests include the intersections of sound, race and gender; the environmental entanglements of digital technologies, its histories and infrastructures; and the histories and theories of embodiment and performance. Her video and sculptural installations that explore the body as a site of cultural, gender and bio-political inscriptions have been exhibited in Canada, Mexico, France, India, Chile and the U.S. She is a member of the art/mamas collective based in Vancouver, BC and has served as a board member of various artist-run-centres in Canada. Currently, she is working on a book manuscript on the history of electronic and avant-garde music entitled Weaving the Electric Wave: Latin American Women Composers, 1888 -1980, and co-editing a volume on the development of immersive technologies in the global south. To learn more about her work visit: http://criticalmediartstudio.com/ 
Monday, June 12
 

09:00

11:00

16:30

19:00

19:45

 
Tuesday, June 13
 

09:00

09:40

10:20

11:15

14:00

15:00

15:20

15:45

16:30

16:40

16:50

17:15

18:10

19:00

21:00

 
Wednesday, June 14
 

09:00

09:40

10:20

11:15

14:30

14:55

15:20

15:45

16:15

16:30

 
Thursday, June 15
 

09:40

10:20

14:30

14:55

15:45

 
Friday, June 16
 

09:00

09:40

10:20

11:15

14:30

15:20

15:45

16:30

17:00

 
Saturday, June 17
 

18:00