Dalila Honorato

Dalila Honorato
Ionian University | IONIO · Department of Audio and Visual Arts

PhD

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Introduction
Dalila Honorato, Ph.D, is a facilitator of safe spaces for hosting the interaction of ideas around liminal issues in the frame of Art&Sci. Her research focus is on embodiment, monstrosity, the uncanny and the acrobatic balance between phobia and paraphilia. One of the founding members of the Interactive Arts Lab, she is the creator of the conference "Taboo-Transgression-Transcendence in Art & Science", and, with Marta de Menezes, developer of "FEMeeting: Women in Art, Science and Technology".
Education
June 1999 - June 2004
National and Kapodistrian University of Athens
Field of study
  • Media and Communication

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Publications (15)
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The fourth international “Taboo – Transgression – Transcendence in Art & 12 Science” conference took place November 26–28, 2020, in Austria and online all over the world, hosted by the University of Applied Arts Vienna with the support of the Interactive Arts Lab of the Ionian University. In November 2020 it was not just the pandemic that made th...
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In a continuous effort to develop critical rural art through the experimentation with curatorial methodologies and documentation practices, Cultivamos Cultura, in the midst of a world pandemic, in 2020-2022 has led a project co-funded by the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union. This project is entitled Arc-hive and it brings together as...
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In nature, validating physiological and emotional experiences creates essential support for social connectivity. Similarly, in the blockchain ecosystem, cryptographic validation becomes the substrate for all interactions. In the dialogue between human and artificial intelligence (AI) agents, between the real and the virtual, different threads of ph...
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Human–robot interaction (HRI) is the study focused on the relationship between humans and robots. HRI as a study combines elements from different fields such as computer science, artificial intelligence (AI), robotics, psychology and sociology. With the advancement in the field of AI, HRI showed greater improvements and now, we have the first robot...
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In April 2020, artists Robertina Šebjanič, Louise Mackenzie, Karolina Żyniewicz and Isabel Burr Raty were invited by Dalila Honorato to develop research on the theme of “Staying in Touch: post-coronavirus art curating” as part of the collaborative digital art residency Braiding Friction. Working remotely across Slovenia, the UK, Poland, Belgium, Gr...
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In our indulgence to touch immortality, our fear of being forgotten, our unconvincingly altruistic embrace of selflove, our attempt to get rid of social and biological pressures or simply the uncaring lightness of an inadvertent encounter, we grip the reproductive practice Today's tales of the birds and the bees are a wholly different reproductive...
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The aim of this paper is to investigate the ways biohackers are communicating with each other in social media and particularly in Twitter. Biohackers are referred as life scientists who combine biology and technology, along with the ethics of open data -that characterize hackers- and open source software. Their aim is to transcend their human body...
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Shadows, objects on the surface of a cloth, characters of a story taking place in front of the eyes of the audience. Lifeless otherwise, animated throughout the performance as if not dead, iniated by emotions and aims, able of guiding the spectators through different sensations, communicating and interacting with them. On the other side of the clot...
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During the few latest years, the term “biohacker” is at the forefront. As the word implies, a biohacker is a life scientist who combines biology and technology, along with the hacking ethos of open data and open source software. This paper tries to investigate how biohackers are presented in popular technological and news websites. For this purpose...
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At first glance The Duke of Burgundy (2014) seems to be an historical drama focusing on the differences in social status and on the exploitation resulting from the abyss between the servant and the served but, as the story evolves, it starts revealing its shape as a courtly love[1]. That is until the gaze direction is turned and another perspective...
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Signs are never innocent of meaning; sometimes universally clear others having a restricted local meaning, their heterogeneity defining cultural differences, while globalization homogenizes any symbol in a unique worldwide meaning. Welcome to our world, full of so many signs that nobody seems to note anymore, where the ability to decode is a plus b...
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In this chapter, we present the main interaction design issues that arise during the development of edutainment scenarios through the use of branded augmented reality (AR) authoring environments. Most proprietary AR systems offer limited interaction features within their entry-level version, while licensing unlocks the desired advanced features. In...
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The puppeteer could be compared to a dualistic god, in-between light and darkness, performing all roles at the same time, able of being everywhere in just one place. In Shadow Theater there is a common flexible dimension, in the space of reality, resulting from the interaction among the unseen one, who is moving the sticks in the backstage, and the...
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Mirrors are legendary and are known for bringing trouble upon those who approach them. Seven years of bad luck to those who break them, annihilation to those who gaze at them. But they are tools that permit us to contrast our exterior and interior images allowing us to construct an accurate appearance. In a society where attractive people are widel...

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