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BAUHAUS EFFECTS: A conference in Dublin, organised by NCAD, UCC, UCD and the Goethe Institut Dublin

BAUHAUS EFFECTS: A conference in Dublin, organised by the National College of Art and Design, University College Cork, University College Dublin and the Goethe Institut Dublin

7-9 February 2019

More details: https://bauhauseffects.com

Keynote speakers include:

Prof. Heike Hanada, the architect of the Bauhaus Museum currently under construction in Weimar

Prof. Irit Rogoff, one of the initiators of the transdisciplinary field of Visual Culture and founder of the department at Goldsmiths, University of London.


Call for Papers

As the centenary of the founding of the Bauhaus approaches, we seek contributors to reflect on the legacy and resonances of the innovative artistic, architectural, design and teaching practices developed there.

Bauhaus Effects aims to assemble an interdisciplinary collection of papers that analyse the repercussions of the legendary Bauhaus school in the hundred years since its inception, considering the ways in which the broad range of practices — including material analysis, models of pedagogy, textile and wallpaper composition, theatre staging and costume design, photography, and interior systems – have transformed everyday experiences from the 1920s to the present day.

Bauhaus innovations and models of thought continue to resonate within the contemporary built environment, from chair construction to skyscraper design, from interior spaces to urban topographies, warranting a thorough, methodologically diverse studies of its effects a century after the school was founded.

Bauhaus Effects aims to investigate the continuing impact of the Bauhaus on an impressive range of contemporary practices across the globe. We propose that the Bauhaus was not just a radical art school but in fact initiated a fundamental paradigm shift in design culture whose import is ripe for assessment a century on.

We welcome papers from a wide range of perspectives, including urbanism, city and regional planning, architecture, drama and theatre studies, art school pedagogy, photo history, art history, contemporary art practice and theory, design history, corporate design and diaspora/exile studies.

Bauhaus Effects and Contemporary Art

We especially welcome proposals for contributions that relate to the practice and discourse of contemporary art. Given that this will be one of many conferences happening across the EU for the 100 year anniversary of the Bauhaus – for this particular contribution to the conference we feel at liberty to bypass those hegemonic legacies of the Bauhaus that might lead to historical or nationalist claims being celebrated without being problematized.

Hence, the contribution to the conference from the School of Visual Culture will be a strand in the programme that will consider the legacies of the Bauhaus in the context of contemporary art. We will interrogate alternative geographies and ways of working, thinking more about inhabitations of discipline and “school” such as the artist-teacher, radical pedagogies, student bodies, and so on.

Please submit a 300-word abstract and a 50 word biography by 1 July 2018 to:

Kathleen James-Chakraborty: Kathleen.jameschakraborty@ucd.ie

Francis Halsall: halsallf@staff.ncad.ie

Sabine Kriebel: s.kriebel@ucc.ie

Call for Submissions for /Glitch Festival Sedimentary Structures Gallery Talk

Invited Participants: Current students & previous graduates at University of Ulster, NCAD’s ACW & ADW and IADT’s ARC.
Deadline for Pitch Proposal: March 3rd, 2017
Deadline for Text: May 2nd 2017

Email: deirdre@mart.ie your text or short proposal by March 3rd.

The curators of /Glitch Festival Dublin 2017 would like to invite current & previous students at University of Ulster, NCAD’s ACW and IADT’s ARC to submit an existing article/text relating to artistic practice which engages with digital technology. Alternatively, we are open to submissions of a short pitch of 200 words on a new text/presentation/performative text you would like to compose responding to some of the curatorial ideas outlined in the festival statement below. The scope is wide, seeking experimental, engaging texts or presentations. New texts will have a cap of 2000 words, existing texts may need to be edited to a 15-minute talk.

Four submissions/participants will be chosen to present their text on May 17th as part of / Glitch Festival Sedimentary Structures Gallery Talk.
Each speaker will receive a €200 fee for their participation.

About /Glitch Festival 2017:

Location: RUA RED Gallery 1 & 2.
Sedimentary Structures – Traces of the Live event Curated by Matthew Nevin & Ciara Scanlan of MART. Assistant Curator: Deirdre Morrissey

Featuring: Cecile Babiole, David Beattie, Cathy Coughlan, Richard Forrest, Cliona Harmey, Livestock, David Lunney, Robin Price and ITT Tallaght.

“This year /Glitch Festival will celebrate it’s 6th year. During that time /Glitch Festival has grown into Ireland’s foremost digital arts festival. We work to bring the best of digital arts practices to the fore. /Glitch Festival brings leading media and technology artists, curators and artist groups together with audiences to draw out connections between art, culture and technology with the aim of fostering greater critical understanding and debate around artists interaction, investigation and intersection with technologies.”

For /Glitch Festival at RUA RED 2017 the curators have invited visual artists working with technology, digital media, video and the web with a specific focus on creating new and innovative work for a series of live event which culminates in an exhibition. The trace of an experience leaves a sediment or a resonating footprint in the space it occupied. As public engagement within the digital arts increases, traces of their participation and connectivity begins to be lost through technological advancements and lack of cataloging.

However the transient nature of these engagements have begun to leave traces of ‘the event’; mystifying what has previously occurred while combating the sedimentary structure of the traditional showcase. The festival will engage in discovery and investigation of these traces, resulting in a series of live, performative, experimental artwork that will leave residues, results and footprints

The curators have worked with the artists to create experimental technological driven artworks for the public engagement and participation. These works are interactive, reactionary, impulsive, divisive, explosive, political in creation, with at its core leaving a significant and possibly mystifying residue of what took place.

The exhibition structure will be transient and temporary in nature, with artworks changing and evolving throughout the duration of the festival. Whether the artwork is a performance or installation that degrades over time, the basic ingredient of the festival is that the work is impermanent.

This years /Glitch will be segmented into the first 2 weeks of active experimentation, during which the participating artists will be present in the space, with the public invited to engage, question and interact with the artists and artworks. The final 2 weeks will form an exhibition of the remnants and showcase of the previous events experiments, along with workshops, gallery talks and live performances.

How to Flatten a Mountain


How to Flatten a Mountain Artist Residency

May 23 – June 1, 2016

PhotoIreland & Cow House Studios present a unique 10-day residency coordinated by Ángel luis González, Frank Abruzzese, and Kate Strain.

A dynamic group of curators and creative practitioners have been assembled to lead a series of day-long projects, discussions and critiques resulting in new works and an exhibition to be presented at Rathfarnham Castle, Dublin during PhotoIreland Festival 2016.

How to Flatten a Mountain is a residency open to emerging and mid-career visual artists whose practice in whole or part, makes use of digital or analogue photographic processes. Applicants must be 20 or older and may be enrolled in third level or graduate degree programmes. Applicants should be sure to present a cohesive body of recent work along with accompanying artist statement.

The aim of this 10-day residency is for participating artists to explore possibilities outside their core practice, work collaboratively and produce a cohesive exhibition/publication of work to be presented at PhotoIreland Festival 2016.

Read more about the residency and application guidelines at howtoflattenamountain.com.

OSLO PILOT

This opportunity comes via MA ACW alumni Claire Feeley, part of the OSLO PILOT team:

OSLO PILOT is looking for dynamic, enthusiastic interns to join their team based in Oslo.

Oslo Pilot is a research-based initiative set up to explore and define the characteristics of a future periodic international art-in-public space event in the city of Oslo. Working closely with artists, art institutions and specialists from other disciplines, Oslo Pilot will communicate through different channels: a project space for exhibitions, archives, encounters and seminars,; a magazine and a new editorial line focused on the poetical text; as well as the production of artworks in public spaces and domains. The two-year project is initiated by the City of Oslo Agency for Cultural Affairs, Norway. The internship programme is available for undergraduate and graduate students. It is required that all interns have the opportunity to combine the internship with their studies, such a receiving academic credit through their school. The internships are not paid.

Oslo Pilot is flexible towards timing and duration of the internship, but we are looking for interns who can be part of our small team for two to six months. We are a small and flexible organisation run by curators Eva Gonzalez-Sancho and Per Gunnar Eeg-Tverbakk, producer, coordinator and project manager. We are located in our projects space in central Oslo.

Interns will take part in all aspects of our work and programme but please note in your application which main responsibility you would prefer:

- Research intern
- Production intern
- Communication intern

Additionally, please indicate the months in which you would be available to work and the number of days per week you could commit.

the candidate should have exceptional organisational and communication skill; demonstrated ability to work on multiple tasks simultaneously and meet tight deadlines; and the ability to take the initiative.We work in English and Norwegian – fluency in one of these languages is required.

Please submit a short CV and cover letter to kontakt@oslopilot.no and we will contact eligible candidates for interviews.

AN EXPERIMENT IN LIFE DRAWING

MART Experiments presents ‘An Experiment in Life Drawing’
curated by Lynda Phelan

Open Call for Participants – Deadline: 28 May 2015
Date (s) of Experiment: 13 + 14 June 2015
@ The MART, 190a Rathmines Road Lower, Dublin 6.

Life Drawing –Traditionally, an essential component of an artist’s education. Nowadays – Is it even possible to say where life-drawing fits in the contemporary narrative?

Recently, The National College of Art & Design had a re-think
Re: How best to accommodate the tradition of Life Drawing in Today’s Art College.

As a traditional form of learning that focuses on what is in front of the artist – Life Drawing sits outside of the main curriculum of study.

The National College of Art recognises still the value
And have re-dressed the issue with a credited value-system –
Equating the value of Life Drawing with that of all other elective modules.

Take still –
The re-establishment of The RHA School in 2008. Now offering the contemporary artist something of the traditional life-drawing class…

The practice of Life Drawing might not be as important as it once was within the visual arts, but it does still occupy the mind.

So Now – What if we were to take ‘The Tradition’ out of The Life-Drawing Class?

‘An Experiment in Life Drawing’ will take the form of a self-directed life-drawing class with a touch of something different / a twist of the unconventional…

Lynda Phelan is now looking for male & female participants to take part in her ‘Experiment’.

For more details, please see:
https://phelanlynda.wordpress.com/experiment/

Female Model will be played by Newcastle Performance Artist – Nicola Canavan

OUST – CALL FOR WORKS

CALL OUT FOR EXPERIMENTAL TEXT / ARTICLES / ESSAYS / FRAGMENTED POETRY

EMAIL ALL SUBMISSIONS TO HELLO@OUSTMAGAZINE.COM

OUST IS A BRAND NEW CONTEMPORARY CULTURE MAGAZINE WHICH AIMS TO PROMOTE INTERNATIONAL TALENT ACROSS THE ARTS THROUGH A SERIES OF INSPIRING AND EXPERIMENTAL PUBLICATIONS. EACH ISSUE WILL BE CURATED AROUND A WORD AND WILL SHOWCASE INTERNATIONAL WORK ACROSS PHOTOGRAPHY, ART, FILM, ESSAYS AND CREATIVE WRITING. EACH PUBLICATION WILL ACT AS A HAND HELD EXHIBITION OF CURIOSITY AND VIRTUOSITY, THOUGHT AND OBSERVATION.

ISSUE NO.1 WILL BE BASED ON THE WORD DECEPTION . THIS CAN BE INTERPRETED SOCIALLY, POLITICALLY, CONCEPTUALLY OR PURELY THROUGH ARTISTIC FORMS. THE WORD WILL BE OPEN FOR DIALOGUE AND YIELDS NO ULTIMATE DEFINITION.

“THE PHRASE, THE WORLD WANTS TO BE DECEIVED, HAS BECOME TRUER THAN HAD EVER BEEN INTENDED. PEOPLE ARE NOT ONLY, AS THE SAYING GOES, FALLING FOR THE SWINDLE; IF IT GUARANTEES THEM EVEN THE MOST FLEETING GRATIFICATION THEY DESIRE A DECEPTION WHICH IS NONETHELESS TRANSPARENT TO THEM.” -ADORNO, THEODOR W. THE CULTURE INDUSTRY: SELECTED ESSAYS ON MASS CULTURE
DECEPTIVE / UNTRUE / FALSE / UNREAL / INACCURATE / FLAWED / MISLEADING / DISTORTED / FAKE / AMBIGUOUS / FABRICATED / ILLUSIVE / DISHONEST / CRAFTY / INEXACT

AS A START-UP CULTURE MAGAZINE, OUST WILL BE PUBLISHED IN PRINT TWICE ANNUALLY AND AIMS TO BE DISTRIBUTED IN ARTS AND CULTURAL INSTITUTIONS ACROSS IRELAND AND EUROPE. OUST AIMS IN THE FUTURE TO HOST EXHIBITIONS, TALKS AND EVENTS, ALONG WITH SHOWCASING SELECTED WORKS ON OUR WEBSITE. OUST MAGAZINE WILL GIVE INVALUABLE EXPOSURE TO INTERNATIONAL TALENT ACROSS A RANGE OF ARTISTIC DISCIPLINES.

EMAIL: hello@oustmagazine.com
WEBSITE: http://www.oustmagazine.com
TUMBLR: http://oustmagazine.tumblr.com
FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/pages/OUST/521331498007367
INSTAGRAM: https://instagram.com/oustmagazine/
TWITTER: https://twitter.com/OustMagazine

Art in the Contemporary World- Applications Open

Photo by Miranda Driscoll
Art in the Contemporary World: www.acw.ie

An exciting postgraduate opportunity at National College of Art & Design, Ireland
Applications are now being accepted for the 2013-14 academic year
Art in the Contemporary World is an intensive masters programme focusing on contemporary art practices and their critical, theoretical, historical and social contexts.

Participants will interrogate the relationship between theory and practice in the context of our innovative network of peers and colleagues. We welcome graduates from a variety of backgrounds, including: fine art; art history; philosophy; literature; film studies; architecture; communications; or design.

Art in the Contemporary World regularly collaborates with key cultural institutions in Ireland such as: Irish Museum of Modern Art; Irish Film Institute; Dublin City Gallery and The Irish Pavilion at the Venice Biennale.

Events and Guest contributors
Art in the Contemporary World regularly hosts public events (in Dublin and abroad) and invites contributions from key international speakers.
In recent years guests included: Massimiliano Gioni, director Venice Biennale (2013); Katrina Brown, director of the Glasgow International Festival of Contemporary Art; Kathrin Rhomberg, curator of the 2010 Berlin Biennale; Frieze magazine senior editor Dan Fox; film-maker Kenneth Anger; writer Rebecca Solnit; eminent American art critic Irving Sandler; art writer Maria Fusco and artists Lynda Benglis, Liam Gillick, Phil Collins, Susan Philipsz, Duncan Campbell and Walid Raad.

External Assessor: Vivian Rehberg, Piet Zwart Institute, Rotterdam and Frieze Magazine

Seminar options include: Art and Writing; Theoretical Paradigms; The Politics of Participation; Contemporary Art and Literature; Critical Curating; Cinematic Visions; Art and the Everyday; Art/Aesthetics/Environment; Urban Interventions (with the School of Architecture, University College Dublin); Global Modernities (with the Dept. of Art History and Cultural Policy, University College Dublin).

Alumni: Graduates from the MA Art in the Contemporary World have gone on to receive international awards and residencies, to take up respected curatorial positions and to publish writings in prominent academic journals and art magazines. These include: David Zwirner Gallery; Serpentine Gallery; Irish Museum of Modern Art; Guggenheim Museum (NY); Glucksman Gallery Cork; Rua Red, Dublin; Visual Centre for Contemporary Art, Carlow; Belfast Exposed.

Applications
Students can apply for one of two pathways available in both full and part time options:

(i) Visual Culture Pathway (a theory only option);
(ii) Combined Fine Art / Visual Culture Pathway (run as a collaboration between the Faculties of Fine Art & Visual Culture and intended for practicing artists)

For more information contact the course team: Declan Long (longd@ncad.ie) or Francis Halsall (halsallf@ncad.ie) or visit the course blog at www.acw.ie
 

Image from the IFI Art & Film event, which features Desparate Optimists & Duncan Campbell in conversation with Sarah Glennie.
Photo by Miranda Driscoll.

Beyond Gallery Walls: A Street Art Blog

Laura Masi writes her second installment of Beyond Gallery Walls: A Street Art Blog, for the Art in The Contemporary World website:

Windmill Lane is definitely one of Dublin’s iconic spots for street art especially Graffiti. This area is apparently the most graffiti covered location in Ireland. Windmill Lane is found just south of City Quay and is quite a spectacle once you turn the corner and witness its full rich, colourful, glory. Continue reading…

Basic Space: Call for Applications

Basic Space, the Dublin-based creative space, are looking for artist applications for the opportunity of using a space in IMMA for a short period. The following information is taken from their press release:

Basic Space have taken residency in a studio in IMMA’s site at the Royal Hospital Kilmainham from November 2012 until February 2013. We are now accepting submissions from artists who wish to use the space on a short term basis for the broadcast and dissemination of a series of works. For this project we are interested in works which define their own space, which do not rely on traditional art display spaces to be viewed.We hope to provide for the production of work which does not have
to engage with a specifically intimidating physical space, but which also cannot rely on the apparent neutrality of a traditional white cube gallery.

At present we envision producing works which could be distributed through the increasingly disused airspace of analogue television and radio, as well as through the internet and print media. Works produced in this space need not necessarily use one or other of these formats but they must be capable of being exhibited or experienced upon terms dictated by their own materiality and of arriving at audiences who need not converge on a specific lo- cation. The aim is to facilitate and create an exciting and challenging body of work which does not require even an impromptu, impermanent or ‘pop-up’ physical location in order to be exhibited.

Please send applications of no more than one A4 page in .doc format accompanied by three images of previous or proposed work to basicspacedublin@gmail.com. If possible applicants should state when they wish to take up residency. Basic Space will review applications and inform applicants of whether they have been accepted as soon as possible.

To find out more about Basic Space as on organisation check here and here

Future Perfect – Call For Submissions

Future Perfect | Call for Submissions
Deadline: 11am, 2nd November 2012

Future Perfect is a open submission exhibition to be held at the Hugh Land addressing the theme of the future and/or the lack of same. Looks like a really interesting opportunity. The following information is from Visual Artists Ireland:

The future and the lack of has been citied as the basis for a number of exhibitions in Ireland and Europe in the last year. Ideas concerning the Modernist project, Idealism and Utopia from a post-Post-Modern position have come into common circulation amongst artists. But can we still envision a future? Using the linguistic classification of Future Perfect as a starting point and as a play on words, we are asking artists to submit work or proposals that investigate or respond to all of the aforementioned ideas. This will (ideally!) include political, philosophical, aesthetic, and historical concerns.

Artists in all mediums (including performance and painting) are invited to submit work and proposals for work for an exhibition at the Hugh Lane Dublin City Gallery, Gallery 8. The exhibition will be up for 1 week. Work will be chosen based on its feasibility, artistic quality and its relevance to the theme. 2D work should be easily hung and we ask that the time constraints be taken into consideration, but other than that, there are no limitations to the size or scope of work. The exhibition will be adjudicated by Jim Ricks as impartially as possible.

Submission process: Send a tweet with image and/or link to @therealjimricks or alternatively an email proposal no longer than 140 characters with a single image and/or link can be sent to jimricks@gmail.com. The submission fee is €2 and must be paid with a €2 coin. Please post this fee separately to Jim Ricks, Studio 3, Temple Bar Gallery & Studios, 5 – 9 Temple Bar, Dublin 2, Republic of Ireland. All submissions with fee are due before 11am November 2nd, 2012.

CALL: DATA 53.0: GRADUATE SHOWCASE

Calling all students of Art, Media and Design!
DATA 53.0 will showcase outstanding graduate talent.

In Spring 2012, after ten years in operation, DATA would like to take the opportunity to showcase emerging talent and provide a public platform for innovative projects happening across Art, Digital Media, Technology and Interactive Design. We are therefore extending an invitation to graduates to showcase their work at a unique DATA event. This call is open to current students and recent graduates of courses across Fine Art, Digital Media, Interactive Media, Design, Music & Audio Technology, HCI, Ubiquitous Computing etc. from any Irish university.
A maximum of eight graduates will be given the opportunity to present their work at a showcase, to take place this May in Science Gallery, Trinity College Dublin. Each of the selected presenters will have a ten minute slot to speak about and demonstrate their project to the public. A prize will be awarded to the best project. The selection panel consists of Rachel O’Dwyer, Conor McGarrigle and Benjamin Gaulon.
How to apply: Go to this link.
Who can apply: Current students enrolled on any graduate or postgraduate course in an Irish IT, College or University. Recent Graduates (Past twelve months). Go to this link and fill out the application form. Deadline: April 30th 2012. However, we will be accepting applications on a rolling basis, so we advise you to get yours in early!
What is Data: The Dublin Art and Technology Association (DATA) was formed in March 2002 with the intention of promoting, exploring, and exhibiting art and technology, both within Ireland and internationally. Based in Dublin, and hosted by Science Gallery, Trinity College Dublin, DATA is dedicated to showcasing the work of technologists, musicians, and artists, and provides a meeting point for the intersection of these disciplines. The DATA mailing list has over 2000 subscribers and has become the main forum for new media discussion in Ireland.

EMERGING VISUAL ARTIST AWARD 2012

Cecilia Danell, Emerging Visual Artist Award Winner 2011, detail from Stairing Out the World, Ink on Canvas Board, 2010

An Arts Council, Wexford Arts Centre & Wexford County Council
Partnership Initiative

Call for Applications

Wexford Arts Centre and Wexford County Council are pleased to announce a call for submissions for the annual Emerging Visual Artist Award.

The Emerging Visual Artist Award is a partnership initiative between Wexford County Council, Wexford Arts Centre and the Arts Council. The initiative supports promising visual artists in Ireland with an award of €5,000 and a solo exhibition at Wexford Arts Centre.This award is aimed at recognising and supporting the development of committed emerging artists, in kick starting their career and achieving professional recognition.

The successful recipient of the award will be required to create a new body of work during the period January – November 2013, which will be exhibited at Wexford Arts Centre during December 2013.

The deadline for receipt of email submissions is 5.00p.m. Friday 6th April 2012. For gallery plans, further info, images and details on previous EVAA award winners please log on to http://www.wexfordartscentre.ie/eva_award.html

Languages Through Lenses


Languages through Lenses 2012: Call for Proposals
Deadline: 1 March 2012

Languages through Lenses affords students the ideal opportunity to present themselves as emerging artists to an international audience. Supported by a collaborative workshop process, a generous production grant of € 5000, an invitation to the PRIX EUROPA Festival in Berlin, and the DVD production of their work for wider distribution, participants will enjoy a dynamic production process from start to finish.

We invite students at ELIA and CILECT member institutions to submit proposals for the production of new videos (minimum 60 – maximum 90 seconds) promoting language learning, the value of speaking several languages and the richness of intercultural exchanges, using the language of the arts.

Who can apply?

Applications will be accepted from students at ELIA and CILECT member institutions in the 27 European Union Member States and in Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein and Turkey.

An international jury will evaluate and select a maximum of 15 proposals. Complete guidelines and conditions are in the call for proposals.

To apply please visit the Languages through Lenses 2012 application page. All applications must be received by the 1 March deadline to be eligible.

Interference: A Journal of Audio Culture, Issue 4.0 Call for Papers


Interference: A Journal of Audio Culture has three issues currently in various stages of
completion since its establishment in 2010. This includes our inaugural issue, An Ear Alone is not a Being, currently online, A Sonic Geography, available in Spring 2012 and Noise Please, our third issue currently in progress and due for publication in Autumn 2012. At this moment in time we would like to take the opportunity to thank everybody who has helped us so far: contributors, editorial board, advisory panel, referees and academic institutions CTVR, Trinity College Dublin and The Graduate School of Creative Arts and Media (Gradcam) for their ongoing support. The inauguration of an academic journal through an open access model is a collective project built on free labour, and canʼt be sustained without the ongoing collaboration and generosity of a broad community. While still a relatively new discursive platform, Interference would like to take the opportunity in our fourth call for papers to invite submissions for a more open call, stepping momentarily outside the strong thematics that have shaped our previous three publications. At this crucial stage, we, as a community, wish to reflect on the breadth of disciplinary orientations and perspectives that populate audio cultures, a theoretical and practical richness that continues to strike us with each successive call we circulate.

We use this call to encourage contributions that are metacritical of audio cultures, in it’s
epistemic, theoretical and methodological orientations, and invite papers that approach sound studies from a multitude of perspectives. This might address the growing currency of sonic methodologies such as soundwalking, deep listening and field recording in qualitative research, or alternatively, explore the application and recombination of frameworks informing diffuse areas such as media theory, sociology, philosophy, anthropology, musicology and performance to the audible as a cultural trope. In every instance we aim to contribute to the development of a disciplinary field that is working to establish a set of common territories, vocabularies and frames of practice.

Interference balances its content between academic and practice based research and
therefore accepts proposals for both academic papers and accounts of practice based
research.

Deadline for Abstracts: April 16th 2012 to editor@interferencejournal.com
For more information, and submission guidelines please see:
http://www.interferencejournal.com/submission-guidelines
or contact editor@interferencejournal.com



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