Computer Art Congress

2-3 December 2002
254, Boulevard Raspail - 75014 Paris, France

Aims and Scope
The origins of Computer Art are to be found in the fields of Art and
Sciences. This duality has greatly delayed its recognition. Today, we are
witnessing the emergence of a multidisciplinary community which has been
spurred on by the advanced computer sciences. Members of this community
share certain "conceptions" related to Visual Art in general and to Computer
Art in particular.
The Computer Art Congress endeavours to be a common forum for exchange
between Artists and Researchers involved in this artistic area

Aesthetics of Computer Art
Algorithmic Art
Computer Art and art
Computer Art and non-linear culture
Colour in Computer Art
Global Culture, Collaborative Art
History of Computer Art
Interactive Computer Art
Linguistic and Computer Art
Music in Computer Art
Online Computer Art
Tutorials, plenary and keynote presentations, can be considered in the
The congress theme was chosen to establish a multi-disciplinary environment
for artists and scientists from several backgrounds, to discuss how computer
art can take its own place in the art.

Authors are invited to submit original contributions (approximately 6000
words) in English or in French and should be preceded by an abstract (200
words). Papers will be carefully examined by two members of the
international steering committee. Illustrations, graphics and pictures must
not exceed 12 cm. in width.
Authors may send their contributions by electronic form to the following
address :

CAC secretary
Computer Art Journal
15, Avenue de Sur
75007 Paris, France

Important Dates
25th October, 2002 - Papers submission deadline
4th November, 2002 - Notification to Authors
18th November, 2002 - Submission of camera-ready

002 - Submission of camera-ready