The Pictorial Turn

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But it does seem clear that another shift in what philosophers talk about is happening, and that once again a complexly related transformation is occurring in other disciplines of the human sciences and in the sphere of public culture. And we could not get outside it, for it lay in our language and language seemed to repeat itself to us inexorably.

For the Frankfurt School, by contrast, the regime of the visual is associated with mass media and the threat of a culture of fascism. What makes for the sense of a pictorial turn, then, is not that we have some powerful account of visual representation that is dictating the terms of cultural theory, but that pictures form a point of peculiar friction and discomfort across a broad range of intellectual inquiry.

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Mitchell, W. Through DIS Pictorials, design practitioners in academia, industry, non-profits, or collectives are encouraged to express and unpack their design concepts, practices and projects in rich, heavily visual ways. This format helps foster discussions among authors, conference attendees, and the wider community through the sharing of methods, insights and lessons learned from engaging in the design of interactive systems and artifacts.

In pictorials, production values and visual quality matters. We encourage authors to be creative with their submissions. Pictorial contents could consist of but are not limited to :.

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Another feature of Pictorials is that they must turn into engaging presentations at the DIS conference. Before submitting a pictorial, please think about the presentation:. Pictorials are expected to be original work created specifically for the pictorials track. Expect the track to be competitive and submit your best work. Please do not submit work you have submitted elsewhere with a few images added.

Doing so may violate dual submission rules. You may submit previously published work to which you have added significant visual content, provided only that such work is clearly and prominently attributed as such in a footnote to the title with a clear description of what the pictorial uniquely contributes or adds to the previous work. You must be the author and copyright holder of all materials you submit, particularly all visual materials.

Submitted work must comply with ACM policies.

What are Pictorials?

All submissions should be anonymous and submitted via the PCS submission system. PCS conference system allows file sizes up to about MB, but we suggest that you keep reviewers in mind and experiment with lower resolution to make the submission considerably smaller, especially if you are using the ACM Word template.

Further written parts known from other conference formats such as Introduction, Conclusion, Discussion, Acknowledgements, and References are optional. The main part of the submission should be an annotated visual composition and we encourage submissions to use the Extended Abstract format creatively—see the DIS pictorials example InDesign template , and a sample PDF file that shows possible layouts:.

We strongly advise you to use the InDesign template to compose your pictorial. Confidentiality of submissions is maintained throughout the review process.

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What are Pictorials? Why Pictorials? Submissions may cover diverse topics that include but are not limited to : Design processes and decisions affecting the material or interactive elements of prototypes Visual materials that provoke thought about interactivity Methodological approaches to design Successful attempts, failed attempts, challenges and lessons learned Deployments of interactive design artifacts Experiences in design-based research Other insights, practices or processes often unmentioned in important phases of design research and practice Presentation Quality In pictorials, production values and visual quality matters.

Does your work require a Pictorial format, or would it be clearer in textual form? These may be analytic, generative, synthesis-oriented, and even manifestos. Does every image used in the Pictorial play a meaningful role and clearly present the idea on its own or with the support of text? Does the placement of images and text compose a good narrative that makes effective use of the format? Before submitting a pictorial, please think about the presentation: Does the pictorial require visuals?

What would these visuals be? Can you build a visually engaging presentation around them?

[From image to knowledge: a review of the "Pictorial turn" in the history of science].

Do they clarify the argument better than a traditional slideshow and text? Could the Pictorial turn into a visually engaging presentation?


Can you make an engaging video, animation or Pecha Kucha style presentation out of the Pictorial?