Here are the frequently asked questions about ISEA2020
No, there are no artist fees. ISEA2020 will provide equipment and technical support to install/produce the artworks and performances selected from the call, but all other expenses are paid by the artists. Please note that there will be a fee payable by all participants (for rates visit the registration page).
No. Presenters cover travel expenses, registration fees and all other expenses.
The section “Thematic Statement” is meant to address the ISEA themes and sub-themes and explain the connection between the work and these themes in detail. This section also should address how audiences engage with the work.
Due to the large amount of applications we receive, ISEA2020 team cannot help authors to solve problems with EasyChair. We strongly encourage authors to visit this link.
The registration for ISEA2020 is open! Please visit the registration page for rates and other registration information.
ISEA2020 is unable to assist with travel or registration costs.
Yes, please note that there will be a registration fee payable by all participants. There are general admission rates and student rates and three different options: EARLY-BIRD (until December 31, 2019), IN ADVANCE (from January 1, 2020 to May 18, 2020), ON SITE (if purchased from May 19 to 24, 2020). Please visit the registration page for rates.
Yes, you can submit more than one proposal for all kinds of categories (e.g. artistic works, academic papers, workshops, etc.).
Yes, you have to submit full papers. In addition, you have to submit an abstract. Please use submission template (download template).
Authors can update their submissions before the deadline. Once the deadline closes, however, authors cannot make any changes to their submission.
Yes, the selected papers will be published in the proceeding with an ISBN. The proceedings become part of the ISEA Symposium Archives.
ISEA operates with a double-blind peer-reviewed policy; authors of academic submissions are requested to remove their names and institutions ahead of submission for review and to add back their names for camera-ready version. Any other features that might identify the authors must be removed ahead of submission.