SIGGRAPH 2018 Art Papers must be submitted in one of the following four categories:
A description of a creative work or artistic/collaborative process with particular emphasis on its historical and/or theoretical grounding or significance.
Theory or Criticism
Exposition of a significant issue for contemporary digital art and design practice as it relates to SIGGRAPH topics, such as computer graphics, interactive media, VR/AR, AI/ML, etc.
Novel techniques for digital arts practices, with an emphasis on critical and creative uses of emerging technologies, VR/AR, computing, immersion, graphics, and human‐machine interaction.
Papers that engage with the history of electronic art and new media, including collaborative practices; critical making; the history and theory of multimedia computing; virtual, augmented, or mixed reality; and visualization or interactive techniques.
Esteban García Bravo & Jorge A. García, Yturralde: Impossible Figure Generator (2015)
Quicktime .mov format required, H.264 codec export
16:9 aspect ratio
30 seconds duration maximum (shorter than 30 seconds is OK, but not longer).
Musical background audio track without vocals that you have permissions to use in the audio track of this video.
Authors are permitted to provide up to three additional supplementary materials that will be posted on the MIT Press web site to accompany the paper. Multimedia content may include videos, code, audio files, as well as additional images and/or other supplemental text files (up to 100MB each). Each file must be accompanied with a title, 50-word description, and caption (including any credits and copyright information). Video file formats accepted are: .mov, .avi or .mp4.
All complete submissions received by the deadline will be acknowledged by email. For this purpose, a submission is complete if a paper-ID has been assigned, and a PDF file of the paper, a 50-word description, and a representative image have been successfully uploaded. Such submissions will be reviewed unless they are withdrawn by the author. For more information about the Art Papers submission and review process, please refer to the Submissions FAQ.
If a third party created some component of your submission and has granted you the right to include it, they will need to complete the Leonardo Image Permission and Release (Form A) and return it to you. Please forward the completed form to SIGGRAPH 2018 Conference Administration via email (email@example.com).
If you have commissioned someone to take, provide, or otherwise create an image or piece of work specifically for inclusion in your submission, that person will need to complete the Leonardo Work for Hire Permission and Release (Form B) and return it to you. Please forward the completed form to SIGGRAPH 2018 Conference Administration via email (firstname.lastname@example.org).
For more information about uploading files for your submission, please see Uploading Files.