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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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Meredith Drum

Arizona State University
Assistant Professor
Tempe
Meredith Drum creates videos and animations as single-screen shorts and multi-screen installations; in addition to her solo work she often collaborates with other visual artists as well as dancers, architects, writers, urban planners, computer programmers and scientists on location-based public projects, movement research, augmented reality apps and books. Her work has been supported by grants and residencies from the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, iLand, the Bronx Museum of the Arts, Paths to Pier 42, the Wassaic Project, the Experimental Television Center, Wave Farm Transmission Arts, ISSUE Project Room, HASTAC and the University of California Institute for Research in the Arts. She exhibits frequently in NYC with recent shows at Recess Art; the Film Society of Lincoln Center; Radiator Gallery; the Bronx Museum of the Arts; the Scope Art Fair; Galapagos Art Space; and internationally at ISEA 2017 Manizales, Columbia; ISEA 2013 Dubai, UAE; Rio de Janeiro’s Environmental Film Festival; Cinema Planeta Film Festival in Mexico City; Museo Valenciano de la Illustracion y la Modernidad, Valencia, ES; and other places. Her research considering mobile media, somatic communication and social critique has been published in scholarly journals including Media-N, spring 2012 (CAA’s New Media Caucus). She has co-produced/released seven kinesthetic Augmented Reality (AR) iOS apps. With artist Rachel Stevens, she co-created The Oyster City Project – a constellation of projects and events that draw attention to relationships between urban marine ecology and urban planning, neighborhood life, politics, economics and environmental justice. One component of Oyster City is an AR walking tour and game featuring 3D objects and text in real space visible with an iOS device that highlights the history and future of oysters in NYC. Another is Fish Stories Community Cookbook a collection of seafood recipes, local histories, stories and drawings alongside ecological information contributed by people who live and work in the Lower East Side of New York City. Fish Stories was compiled and produced by the Oyster City Project for Paths to Pier 42 and distributed at the Paths to Pier 42 Fall Celebration on October 25, 2015. Drum is an Assistant Professor of Intermedia at Arizona State University. With her husband, artist Mitch Miller, and their cats, Cleo and George, she splits her time between Tempe, AZ and Wassaic, NY.