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Written by Steve Dietz   
May 12, 2006 at 09:29 PM
ZeroOne San Jose / ISEA2006

The Early Bird Gets the Discount!

Coming to San Jose, California, August 7-13

Seven Days of Art and Interconnectivity

ISEA2006 Symposium Registration Launches

33% discount for Early Bird Registration through June 15th

Early Bird registrants also receive 20% discount on ticketed events including blockbusters like Peter Greenaway, Tulse Luper Live VJ version, Survival Research Laboratories, Builders Association/dbox, Super Vision, and Ryoji Ikeda's North American premiere of datamatic.

The most progressive artists, cultural producers, media theorists and curators from around the world will be gathering in the birthplace of computing innovation - Silicon Valley - to share and discuss the latest ideas and practices about art and digital culture.

The ISEA2006 Symposium taking place in conjunction with the inaugural ZeroOne San Jose: Global Festival of Art on the Edge and offers attendees an immersive, interactive, exposure to the art, ideas, theories, and new developments in the field of interactive media and digital art as it relates to the symposium themes of Community Domain, Interactive City, Transvergence, and the Pacific Rim.

Online pre-symposium paper abstracts and a pre-publishing model for Symposium presentations and participation, allows the public to join the discussions online both before and during the Symposium. This innovative structure is designed to enable lively, free conversations across disciplines, ideologies, and philosophical frame-works.

For One Week Only ISEA Registrants will have the first opportunity to purchase event tickets - tickets that are sure to sell out - in advance of General Public ticket launch.

May 12 - May 19th, ISEA2006 Registration

Click Here to Sign Up

Registration brought to you by Acteva

About the Inter-Society for Electronic Arts

The Inter-Society for Electronic Arts (ISEA) is an international non-profit organization fostering interdisciplinary academic discourse and exchange among culturally diverse organizations and individuals working with art, science and emerging technologies. The ISEA Symposium is an international conference on electronic art that is held every two years in different locations around the world and attracts attendees from over 50 countries. The Thirteenth International Symposium on Electronic Arts is being held in San Jose, California, August 7-13, 2006, in conjunction with the inaugural biennial ZeroOne San Jose: A Global Festival of Art on the Edge.

About ZeroOne San Jose Global Festival of Art on the Edge

ZeroOne San Jose Global Festival of Art on the Edge is an innovative, ground-breaking biennial art festival in the Silicon Valley designed to show exhibits, performances, workshops, and events that have been created using the newest developments in contemporary art practice. The festival's themed projects examine and reflect issues and experiences of everyday life. Artistic and revolutionary digital culture elements are woven throughout. A serious art event, ZeroOne San Jose Global Festival of Art on the Edge provides academics, artists, and technology enthusiasts an inside look at new territories in creative imagination and inventiveness. However, the event is also designed with facets of learning, play, and virtual technology that make it an enjoyable experience for families, students, teens, underground culture enthusiasts, and explorers of new millennium digital culture alike.

The inaugural ZeroOne San Jose Global Festival of Art on the Edge takes place in 2006 in conjunction with the ISEA2006 Symposium. With a record number of artistic submissions from around the world, festival and symposium attendees have the opportunity to make live contact with the most distinctive, astonishing and startling contemporary art of the new millennium. The festival will take place through-out downtown San Jose from August 7-13, 2006. For more information, visit .

Many thanks to our sponsors

Adobe Systems, City of San Jose, San Jose State University, Comerica Bank, IDEO, Montgomery Hotel-Paragon Restaurant, The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, Knight-Ridder, Inc., Hewlett-Packard, the David and Lucille Packard Foundation, Sun Microsystems Inc., Flora Family Foundation, Arts Council Silicon Valley, IBM, Intel Corporation, DIVCO, Inc., and all the individual contributors and volunteers that make ZeroOne San Jose/ISEA2006 possible.

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