Conference programme

The DRHA conference 2023 Programme is available as pdf (download here).

The  Book of Abstracts is available as pdf (download here).

Sunday 10 September 2023


Registration and opening events (Rettorato)

5:00 – 7:30 p.m.

Conference Opening – Welcome from the hosts 

5:30 – 6:00 p.m. 


UnEarthed: The Beetle Story
VR experience, 2023

UnEarthed: The Beetle Story is created by Factory 42 in conjunction with Meta Immersive Learning. Designed to inspire people to respect, protect and restore the planet, The Beetle Story is one sequence of a multi story adventure, set across the Amazon and the Tongass National Forest. The player is a new research assistant, following ‘The Professor’ – the world’s leading biodiversity expert – to gather research and learn about biodiversity. The Professor is played by Indira Varma (HBO’s Game of Thrones, Disney +’s Obi-Wan Kenob’) and guiding throughout is the Ecobot, Hazzi, a droid created by the Professor, voiced by Richard Ayoade (Pixar’s Soul, Disney +’s The Mandalorian).

Factory 42 is a multi-award winning immersive technology and experience studio. They create entertainment that ignites curiosity and creates impact. Bringing technology, stories and people together to ensure our products and projects are as impactful, memorable and immersive as possible. They call this Impact Entertainment.

Tommaso Cherubini, Leonardo Cardinali, Luca Befera (MuTA Collective)Generative Symphony Project – Murazzi Variations II
Alaa Darwish (German University in Cairo).Azman
David Prior (Falmouth University)Of This Parish (Screening)
Enrique Tabone (University of Salford – Digital Curation Lab)

Prestorjha – Data Sonification. 

VR EXPERIENCES (Sala Athenaeum) 
Zlatan Filipovic (American University of Sharjah)ReImagining the Past: VR Visitor Center Al-Jazirah Al Hamra
John Toenjes (UIUC -University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign)Gaining Cultural and Historical Dance Knowledge and Skill Sets through the VR Dance Application “Master Dancer”
Adriana La Selva and Ioulia Marouda (Ghent University)Odin Theatre: Entangling Practices
Ananya Rajoo (University of Galway)A Virtual Drift through the Intersections of Tangible and Intangible Cultural Elements in the City of Galway
Margherita Landi and Agnese Lanza (Portsmouth University)Peaceful Places
Joan Karlen (Independent Artist)My Father’s Song: Interaction Design Installation.

Random Quark

Theo Papatheodorou (Hong Kong University of Science and Technology),

Jessica Wolpert (Goldsmiths, University of London),

Lights! Dance! Freeze!
POSTERS (Sala Athenaeum) 
Ananya Rajoo (University of Galway)A Practice-Based, Qualitative Research Model to Study the Intersection of Tangible and Intangible Elements of Culture in Hybrid Environments
Giulia Fabbris (Ca’ Foscari University of Venice)Use, Reuse, and Valorization: A Web App for the Italian Cultural Heritage
Sala Wong(California State University)InterPlaces: Un-Local Art from Around the World
Natalie Willens (CUNY Graduate CenterReQueering Spaces: Digital Mapping as a Tool for Reclaiming Spaces


6:30 – 8:00 p.m. 

Monday 11 September 2023


Registration (Reception)

8:30 – 1:00 a.m.

Keynote Presentation: ANNET DEKKER

Chair: Gabriella Giannachi

(Auditorium – Aldo Moro Complex)

9:00 – 10:00 a.m. 

COFFEE BREAK (Reception)

10.00 – 10:30 a.m.

* = online speakers
Panel 1: Digital Humanities (room S2)
Chair: Ermanno Malaspina (University of Turin)
Chiara Senatore (Sapienza University of Rome) Digital Resources for Manuscripts: between Fragmentation and Development Prospects
Andrea Balbo (University of Turin) Digital Classical Rhetoric: New Perspectives for an Old Discipline
Emiliano Degl’Innocenti and Alessia Spadi (DARIAH-IT; OVI-CNR) Data Integration Strategies and Solutions for Digital Resources and Research in the Arts and Humanities
Amira Ahmed* (University of British Columbia; Cairo University) Digital Heritage and its Implications for Global Citizenship Education
Panel 2: Museum (Room S3)
Chair: Rossana Damiano (University of Turin)
Stéphanie Bertrand (ICS–FORTH) Curating Versus Personalization in Online Collections: Resolving Recommender Systems’ Accuracy-Originality Trade-Off by Learning from In-Gallery Creative Curating Approaches.
Jasmine Mahmoud and Eric Villiers (University of Washington) Pedagogies of Black Digital Curatorial Practices.
Rémi Opalinski, Romain Collaud, Nicolas Henchoz (EPFL+ECAL Lab) Exploring the Comprehension of Sequential Art: A Design Research Study on Photobooks in the Museum.
Yi-Chen Wu (National Sun Yat-sen University) & I, the Moment of being Dis-Stance Together: Research into Online Performance Design for the interplay between intangible and tangible cultural heritage.
Panel 3: Theatrical Performance (Room S4)
Chair: Antonio Pizzo  (University of Turin)
Andrea Malosio (University of Turin) The Re-Use of the Classics as Intangible Cultural Heritage: the “Dead Centre” Case.
Alicia Corts (Carson-Newman University) Not Honour’d with Human Shape: Shifting Shakespeare in the World of VR
Francesco Melchiorri (IULM University) Theatrical Characteristics Behind Immersivity through the Idea of “Arche-Screen”: a First Case Study
Adriana La Selva and Ioulia Marouda (Ghent University) Archi-Textures of Access: Virtual Translations of Embodied Knowledge in Theatre Training
Panel 4: Digital Heritage (Room S6)
Chair: Roberta Sapino (University of Turin)
John D’Arcy (Queen’s University Belfast) Step Back to Look Forward: Rethinking Belfast’s Cultural Heritage through Digital Storytelling.
Carmelina Concilio (University of Turin) Digital “Epitexts” and Literary Celebrities in (Postcolonial) Digital Humanities.
Maria Festa (University of Turin) New Trends in Anglophone Postcolonial Literature and Digital Humanities: Face-as-image in Current Migration Narratives.
Ke Zhao and Yi Zhang  (Wuhan University; Politecnico of Milan) Guiding the “Authentic” Digital Storytelling of Cultural Heritage in VR/XR: A Trust Framework.
Panel 5: Artificial Intelligence (Room S7)
Chair: Stefano Pinardi (University of Turin)
Marco Bertini (Università di Firenze – MICC) Improving Museum Visitors’ Engagement Using Computer Vision Tools.
Luc Steels (Venice International University) Bringing Digital Humanities to Life. Case studies for Figurative Art Interpretation.
Cristina Locatelli and Luca Melchionna (Machineria) The AI Empire.
Yael Eylat Van Essen (HIT) Integrating AI in Museums – A New Phase in Museum Transformation
Panel 6: Participation (Room S8)
Chair: Toni Sant (University of Salford)
Ana Moreno (Faculty of Fine Arts of the University of Porto)* Ecomusealia: Communication Strategies Through Digital Media in Situ. The Case Study of the Alto Douro Wine Region.
Sally Ann Skerrett (German University in Cairo) Grandmother, Mother, Daughter, a 19th Century Egyptian Inheritance: Exploring the Impact of Archival Storytelling through a Site-Specific 3D Projection Mapping Exhibit in a Private Historic House.
Alda Terracciano (University College London) Participation and Inclusion with Digital National Collections: Co-Designing the Sloane Lab
Dominik Lengyel (BTU Brandenburg University of Technology Cottbus-Senftenberg) Visualization as a Way of Mediating the Interplay of Tangible and Intangible Heritage

LUNCH BREAK (Loggia – Rettorato)

12.00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

Artworks, demos, performances, and posters (Rettorato)

1.00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.

Keynote presentation: JOHN CASSY  

Chair: Gabriella Giannachi

(Auditorium – Aldo Moro complex)

3.00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.


COFFEE BREAK (Reception)

4.00 – 4:30 P.m.

* = online speakers
Panel 1: Performance (room S2)
Chair: Alicia Corts (Carson-Newman University)
Irene Pipicelli (University of Turin) The Rumor Underneath: A Feminist Approach to Performance-based Arts Conservation.
Jules Pelta Feldman (Bern Academy of the Arts) Reperformance, Reenactment, Simulation: Notes on the Conservation of Performance Art.
Toni Sant and Enrique Tabone (University of Salford – Digital Curational Lab) Art through Wikidata: A Digital Curation Perspective.
Raffaella Tartaglia (Roma Tre University) The Impact of Choices: the DIAL Project.
Panel 2: Museum (Room S3)
Chair: Gabriella Giannachi (University of Exeter)
Eko Saputra (University of Teramo) Museopolis.EU: Virtual Museum and Exhibition for Promoting the Traditional Polish’s Artistic Pottery of Boleslawiec.
Tiago Cruz and Marisa Pereira Santos (FLUP/CITCEM) Cultural Heritage and Mediation: The Use of ICT in the Communication of the Artistic Layers of the Church of Saint John the Baptist of Foz do Douro.
Carola Del Pizzo (FINO – Northwestern Italian Philosophy) Bathing in Pink Glitter, Swimming in Neons, Dipping in Cloudlike Ball Pits: Three Case Study Museums to Delve into the Immersive Era. 
Delma Rodriguez Morales (Cultural Ring UY – Anilla Cultural Latinoamérica-Europa en Uruguay & redes globales) Anthology of an open-ended: MuRe, museography networking. Gestation, landmarks and regressions with opportunities for all
Panel 3: Intermedia (Room S4)
Chair: Susan Broadhurst (Brunel University)
Maria Chatzichristodoulou (Kingston University) Digital Storytelling for Libraries as Community Hubs.
Anna Maria Monteverdi (University of Milan) Set Art free from Artists!  Giacomo Verde’s Archive, between Digital Arts and Theatre.
Flavia Dalila D’Amico (Sapienza University of Rome)* Reperto AntropoLogico 1997 by Giacomo Verde: The Distribution of the Sensible.
Frederico Dinis (CITER – Portuguese Catholic University) Audio-Visual Re-Enactment Practices of Intangible and Tangible Heritage.
Panel 4: Digital Heritage (Room S6)
Chair: Carmelina Concilio (University of Turin)
Maruša Levstek (Royal Halloway – University of London) The People’s Metaverse – The Story Trails Project and Cultural Heritage.
Sofia Baroncini (University of Bologna) Erwin Panofsky’s Interpretations. An Exploratory Data Analysis.
Bethany Johnstone (University College London) Whirling Around a Digital Future.
Quang Huy Nguyen and Marialetizia Tramontin (Spazio Geco; Università di Milano) Digital Fabrication for Cultural Heritage Enhancement: A Tale of Three Projects.
Panel 5: Artificial Intelligence & Digital Cognition (Room S7)
Chair: Vincenzo Lombardo (University of Turin)
Catherine Bourne (University College Cork) BenjAImin: A Creative Turing Test for AI.
Luca Befera (University of Turin) Generative Social Knowledge in Participative Artworks: Two Case Studies by Salvatore Iaconesi and Oriana Persico.
Beatrice Sartori (Independent scholar) Framing Artificial Intelligence in Contemporary Art Practices: Power Relations, Non-human Identities and Consciousness.
Hyuk-Jin Lee (Texas Woman’s University) * Phenomenological Analysis of Sonic Heritage and the Role of Virtual Reality
Panel 6: Participation  (Room S8)
Chair: Rosa Tamborrino (University of Turin)
Martin Debattista (Institute of Tourism Studies) Counterfactual History as Intangible Heritage: Developing an Immersive WWII Digital Game.
Elaine Almeida (Universidade de Lisboa) Between Scenarios: Traces of Customs in Tullio Victorino’s Paintings
Lara Corona (Universitat Internacional de Catalunya) The Digital Content: An Opportunity to Enjoy Collections.
Daisy Bow du Toit (Kingston University) Preserving Heritage Crafts in the Digital Age: The Impact of Social Media Content Creation.

Tuesday 12 September 2023



Chair: Gabriella Giannachi

(Auditorium – Aldo Moro complex)

9.00 – 10:00 a.m.

COFFEE BREAK (Reception)

10.00 – 10:30 a.m.

* = online speakers
Panel 1: Difficult Heritage (Room S2)
Chair: Susan Broadhurst (Brunel University)
Kate Catterall and Joseph Robinson (University of Texas; Independent Scholar) * Walking the Ring of Steel: Locating the Troubles in Belfast.
Holly Turpin (Loughborough University) What Can Immersive Digital Storytelling Tell Us about the Homeless Heritage and Experience of Place?
Hilary Whitham Sánchez and Synatra Smith (Purchase College – SUNY; Philadelphia Museum of Art) Philly Necrofutures: Combining Academic Research with Digital Tools to Highlight Black Artworks in Predominantly White Institutions.
Dani Ploeger (University of London)* Revolution Refridge: Domestic Technology for Democratic Futures.
Panel 2: Re-Enactment (Room S3)
Chair: Gabriella Giannachi (University of Exeter)
Angelica Vandi (Politecnico of Milan) Digital Curatorship Practices for Fashion Heritage Experience.
Begoña Farré Torras (Universidade NOVA de Lisboa) The Modernist Mural in Europe: An Untold Story – Digital Curatorship Challenges and Opportunities.
Irene Calvi (University of Bologna) New Technologies in Fashion Museums: Tools to Enhance Audience Interaction.
Noemi Iglesias Barrios  (Faculty of Fine Arts ULisboa; CIEBA-VICARTE Research Group) Technoceramics, Mining the Urban Landscape.
Panel 3: Opera (Room S4)
Chair: Giacomo Albert (University of Turin)
Giulia Carluccio and Stefania Rimini (University of Turin; University of Catania) Reinventing and Relocating Opera Digital Creativity and Opera Heritage in the Intermedia Project by Davide Livermore and D-Wok.
Ivan Parati (XJTLU) Tradition Upgraded, Performance and Craft Redefined Through Innovation.
Nicol Oddo (University of Catania) Green Screens, Video Projections and Steady Cams: The Use of Digital Technology in Damiano Michieletto’s Opera Productions.
Laura Pernice (University of Catania) The Digital Upgrade of Opera Theatre: Intermedial Dramaturgies and Technological Visualities in Fanny & Alexander’s Spectacles.
Panel 4: Archeology (Room S6)
Chair: Andrea Balbo (University of Turin)
Rui Filipe Antunes (CICANT – Universidade Lusófona)* Virtual Characters and Virtual Reality in Reconstructions of Ancient Sites: The Case of Medieval Silves.
Anastasios Maragiannis (University of Greenwich) Fostering Social Cohesion and Cultural Sustainability: Political Engagement, and Inclusive Design through the Ancient Greek Heritage.
Willeke Wendrich (University of California) Digital Nubia: Engaged Archaeology in a Drowned Landscape.
Susanne Ådahl and Tomas Träskman (Arcada University of Applied Sciences) Archeologies of Future Heritage: Research-Creations for Imagining Emerging Digital Technology in Museums.
Panel 5: Dance (Room S7)
Chair: Letizia Gioia Monda (University of Turin)
Aurélien Bellucci (Harvard University) Online Performances & Intercontinental Politics
Michele Dias Augusto (Universidade de Lisboa) Inês de Castro in Scenic and Performative Visions: Studies on the Digital Collection of the National Museum of Theater and Dance of Portugal.
Ariadne Mikou (Independent Scholar) Live Performing Arts and Documentation: Immersive Technologies & Sustainability.
Panel 6: Environment (Room S8)
Chair:Rosa Tamborrino (Politecnico of Turin)
Claire Bailey-Ross and Argenis Ramirez Gomez (University of Portsmouth) Embodied Interaction on a Boat. Designing Immersive Museum and Heritage Playful Experiences.
Argenis Ramirez Gomez and Claire Bailey-Ross  (University of Portsmouth) Should Holograms Be Displayed Next to Paper Mache Models? Reflections on the Conflict of the Pre-Digital and the Post-Digital Museum.
Yi Zhang and Zhi Ye (Politecnico of Milan; King’s College London) Exhibiting the Future Anthropocene: The Multiple Roles of Design in the Post-human Narrative of the Museum.
Anja Boato (Sapienza University of Rome) Physical Spaces for Virtual Realities. Distribution and Legitimacy of Immersive Social Documentaries.

LUNCH BREAK  (Loggia – Rettorato)

12.00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

Artworks, demos, performances, and posters (Rettorato)

1.00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.

Keynote presentation: MATT ADAMS

Chair: Antonio Pizzo

(Auditorium  – Aldo Moro complex)

3.00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.

COFFEE BREAK (Reception)

4.00 p.m.- 4:30 p.m.

* = online speakers

Panel 1: Conservation

(room S2)

Chair: Roberta Sapino (University of Turin) 
Arianna Mecozzi and Marco Cornaglia (University of Bologna)GIS Multimedia Atlases for the Conservation and the Memory of the Coastal Environment in the Area of Ravenna.
Marco Cornaglia and Arianna  Mecozzi  (University of Bologna)The REMEMBER Project – Protection and Enhancement of the Maritime Heritage of Ravenna.
Francesca Fabbri and Federica Collina (University of Bologna)Digital Valorization of Cultural Memories: Three Case Studies in the Emilia-Romagna Region.
Melissa Macaluso (University of Bologna)L’Arca di San Domenico Digital: A Digital Tool for the Enhancement of Religious Cultural Heritage.

Panel 2: Digital Engagement

(Room S3)

Chair: Riccardo Fassone (University of Turin) 
Lara Perski and Renate Buschmann (Witten/Herdecke University)Orchestra in Digital Transformation: Expanding Perceptual Possibilities of Classical Music with a Hybrid Performance Format.
Liam Jefferies (Leeds Beckett University)Engaged or not Engaged, that is the question: The impact of Duality on the Participatory Experience of Augmented Reality Interventions in Cultural Spaces.
Tobias Palma Stade (London College of Communications, University of the Arts London)Contemporary Archaeology and Virtual Reality Storytelling: Promoting Audience Engagement and Fundraising for the Council for British Archaeology.
Cristiane Schifelbein de Menezes (University of Aveiro) *Connecting Threads: Exploring Digital Tools as Scaffolding for Heritage Management and Activation.

Panel 3: Mixed Reality Heritage Performances

(Room S4)

Chair: Susan Broadhurst (Brunel University) 
Holly Maples (University of Essex)Animating the Archive: Theatrical Techniques in Mixed Reality Immersive Heritage Performance.
Mariza Dima (Brunel University)Emerging Design Processes for Mixed Reality Heritage Performances.
Dominique Bouchard (English Heritage)Co-Curation, Co-Production and Immersive Technologies in Decolonial Heritage Practice: Embracing Authenticity and Risk.
Harmony Bench and Kate Elswit (The Ohio State University; University of London)*Motion Data and Bodily Archives: Dance History as Dance Heritage?

Panel 4: Robotics, Performance, Archeology

(Room S6)

Chair: Antonio Pizzo (University of Turin) 
Goran Đurić (University of Melbourne)Dramaturgies of Priming: An Affective Politics of Stone-Robot Encounters.
Elena Marie Vella (University of Melbourne)Human-Robot-Swarm Collaboration: Learning to Interact with Autonomous Systems Through Movement.
Aleksandra Michalewicz (University of Melbourne)Standing Stones, Swarming Robots: Mediating Global Cultural Heritage for Audiences through Digital Archaeology.
Robert Walton (University of Melbourne)Inventing the Stone-Robot and Directing a Swarm Ensemble.

Panel 5: Artificial Intelligence & Metaverse

(Room S7)

Chair: Simone Natale (University of Turin) 
Ada Xiaoyu Hao and Joan Gavaler  (University of Brighton/Camberwell College of Art, University of Arts London; College of William & Mary)Playing Exquisite Corpse with Human and Artificial Intelligence: Explore the Potential of Hyper-Authorship in Forging Translocal and Digital Heritage with the Synthetic Use of Language, Digital Technology, AI, and the Human Body.
Martino Manca (University of Eastern Piedmont; FINO)There on the Poplars, We Hung our Harps. AI Writing Literature and Digital Authorship.
Federica Patti (University of Turin)The Fifth Wall. Liveness on Metaverse. 
Annabella Esposito (University of Salerno)*An Investigation on the Art Audience in the Metaverse.

Panel 6: Participation 

(Room S8)

Chair: Maria Chatzichristodoulou (Kingston University) 
Pedro Medina (Istituto Europeo di Design)Towards a New Project Culture for Immersive and Participatory Projects.
Carmen González-Román (University of Málaga)Sensoriality, Art and Scenographic Culture in the 16th-18th Centuries: An Interactive and Inclusive Innovative Online Exhibition.
Renata Pękowska (Technological University Dublin)Seeking Attention: Tangible and Intangible Museum Experiences and the Effects of the Digital Attention Economy.
Manuele Veggi (University of Bologna)Participatory Experiences as a New Way to Access Conservation Data in Museum Contexts.
MEETING DRHA STANDING COMMITTEE (Auditorium – Aldo Moro complex)

6.00 p.m. – 6:20 p.m.

Wednesday 13 September 2023


Keynote presentation: CHRISTIAN GRECO

Chair: Stefano De Martino 

(Auditorium – Aldo Moro complex)

9.00 – 10:00 a.m.

COFFEE BREAK (Reception)

10.00 – 10:30 a.m.

* = online speakers
Panel 1: Music (room S2)
Chair: Ilario Meandri (University of Turin)
Emanuela Vai (Worcester College, University of Oxford) Marvelous Musical Instruments of the Renaissance: A Digital Humanities Approach.
Richard Osborne (Middlesex University) The Economics and Ethics of Music Catalogue.
David Prior (Falmouth University) Sounding the Museum: The Problematic of the Loudspeaker.
Panel 2: Virtual Reality (Room S3)
Chair: Holly Maples (University of Essex)
Giorgia Coco (University of Catania) Virtual and Real. Ideas and Tools for an Enhanced Theatre in an Empathic Direction.
Shirin Hajahmadi and Seyedali Ghasempouri (University of Bologna) Toward the Development of a Virtual Museum Experience that Provokes Curiosity to Drive the User’s Attention for an Effective Learning Experience.
Lora Markova (CRAIC – Loughborough University London) Preserving Immersive Experiences – Audience-Generated Approaches within Audience of the Future and UNBOXED: Creativity in the UK.
Massimo Maiorino (University of Salerno)* Digital and/or Analog?  Notes on the Exhibition Display from Post Zang Tumb Tuum. Art Life Politics: Italy 1918–1943 to 1923: Past Futures.
Panel 3: Digital Education (Room S4)
Chair: Gabriella Taddeo (University of Turin)
Susana Barreto (University of Porto) Controversial Heritage: Designing Museum didactic materials for Porto’s schools.
Anna Piper (Sheffield Hallam University) >Digital Literacy Matters: Supporting Textile Artisans in Guatemala Through Communal Design Approaches
Micaela Scholtz  (Nelson Mandela University) Notions of the visible and the invisible, investigating the global social media campaign, ‘THIS IS ENDOMETRIOSIS’.
Yelin Zhao (Indipendent Scholar)* The Rhizomatic Virtual Visiting Experience: A Case Study of the Palace Museum (Beijing) on WeChat
Panel 4: Digital Heritage (Room S6)
Chair: Antonio Pizzo (University of Turin)
Lu Ji (University of Florence)* Enhancing Multi-Stakeholders’ Collaboration Towards Holistic Heritage Management Through Meta-Design Approach.
Patryk Wasiak (Institute of History, Polish Academy of Sciences) Researching Amateur Programming Cultures as the Heritage of Digital Culture Heritage.
Paula Guzzanti and John D’Arcy (University of Malta; Queen’s University of Belfast) Performing ‘Pathways’: Exploring the Cultural Heritage of the Pedestrian through Movement and Digital Media.
Renata Sheppard (Global Exchange Arts Roundtable) Title Films That Move: Capturing Cultural Heritage through an Immersive Filmmaking Artist Residency.
Panel 5: Performing Design (Room S7)
Chair: Anastasios Maragiannis (University of Greenwich)
Giovanna Santaera (University of Catania) Coming OUT (the) MUSEUM. Cinematographic Engagements through the OUTFEST’s Online Platform.
Aleksandra Kosztyła (ID+, University of Porto) * Poetic Dimension in Immersive Exhibitions of Renaissance Art: Balancing Technology and Ancient Art.
Alessandra Miano (Università degli studi della Campania Luigi Vanvitelli) * New Frontiers in Dwelling Museum Spaces in the Phygital Dimension: What Digital Technology Can Do.
Mirco D’Alessio and Umberto Ferretti (Università Politecnica delle Marche, La Sapienza University of Rome) Accessing the Inaccessible: A VR Experience for the Enigmatic Bas-Reliefs of the Campana Caves.
Panel 6: Digital Engagement (Room S8)
Chair: Letizia Gioia Monda (University of Turin)
Il Sun Moon (Kingston University London) Atmospheric Diagram: Exploration of Diaristic Moving Image in Experimental Artistic Practice
Lee Miller and Bob Whalley (Falmouth University) Otherwising: The Distributed Dramaturgies of Volumetric Capture
Diego Schiavo (University of Bologna) FORMA: A Prototype of Immersive Audiovisual Archiving of Live Performance.
Isabelle Verhulst (Royal Holloway University of London) The Sense of ‘Being There’ in an Audio World. Learnings from the ‘One Story, Many Voices’ Immersive Audio Installation UK Tour.

COFFEE BREAK and CLOSING REMARKS  (Reception – Rettorato)

12.30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.


12.30 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.