This paper presents an empirical case study of how a digital art tele-symposium and a student workshop can be held remotely. From December 2020 to March 2021, Shibaura Institute of Technology: Color Communication Design Laboratory in Japan, and Assumption University in Thailand co-hosted a tele-symposium and workshops. This analysis deals with how to integrate art and technology in a remote workshop. The overall theme of the workshop is ‘Ubiquitous Lighting’. The works produced during this workshop will be exhibited at the Bangkok Design Week 2021 in May. The tele-symposium will feature talks by experts in projection mapping and by an interactive programmer of generative music applications.
Assumption University. (2019) The 2nd Digital Art × Lighting Workshop & Symposium. Conference website: http://www.arch.au.edu/illuminateworkshop2019 (retrieved 12 March 2021).
Bangkok Design Week (2021) Conference website: https://www.bangkokdesignweek.com/ (retrieved 12 March 2021).
L. Bullivant (2005) 4dspace: Interactive Architecture (Architectural Design). Wiley, Hoboken, New Jersey.
DOZAN11 (2019). DIVA Co and Visionarist Co., Ltd. Online directory: https://mupic.jp (retrieved 16 March 2021).
K. Hidaka (2020) Symposium Dialog. Color and Communication Design 1, pp.1–13.
K. Hidaka (2019) Fusion of Art and Technology: The First Color Digital Art x Lighting Symposium and Workshop. 2nd International Conference, Digital Culture & AudioVisual Challenges, Interdisciplinary Creativity in Arts and Technology (DCAC 2019), Corfu, Greece, 10–11 May 2019. Ionian Academy of the Ionian University, Corfu.
A. Hornbyet al. (2013) Oxford Advanced Learner’s Dictionary. Oxford University Press, Oxford.
C. Paul (2015) Digital Art (World of Art Book). Thames and Hudson Ltd, New York.