[visionlist] Visual Properties Driving Visual Preference (VPDVP) - June 13-14

Marco Bertamini marco.bertamini at gmail.com
Thu Jan 10 09:13:24 -05 2019

Visual Properties Driving Visual Preference (VPDVP)
June 13-14

Sponsored by the International Association of Empirical Aesthetics (IAEA)

The 5th edition of the Visual Properties Driving Visual Preference
(VPDVP) workshop will take place at Liverpool Hope University (Hope Park
Campus) on 13-14 June 2019. We are happy to confirm the following keynote

Keynote speakers:
Johan Wagemans (University of Leuven, Belgium)
Chris McManus (UCL, UK)
Edward Vessel (Max Planck Institute for Empirical Aesthetics, Germany)

Since 2015, VPDVP has provided the forum to explore preference for a
variety of visual properties, including symmetry, fractals, natural
statistics and smooth curvature. More information on previous editions can
be found here:

Whilst keeping the same format (i.e. presentations and round table
discussion), this year we explore empirical aesthetics and visual
preference in relation to individual differences, mental health and
wellbeing. We value the use of multidisciplinary approaches to address
these questions; therefore, professionals and collaborators working in
visual arts, architecture and design are encouraged to attend the workshop.

In order to allow fruitful discussions, we prefer keeping the number of
attendees low (40-50 people).
To enquire about space please send a message to: vpdvpworkshop at gmail.com

If you would like to present your work, please submit an abstract (300
words limit) by the 1st April 2019 5pm UK time to: vpdvpworkshop at gmail.com
All abstracts will be reviewed.

For your convenience, see below useful links to book an accommodation at
walking distance from the workshop venue (Conference Centre, Liverpool Hope

Letizia Palumbo and Marco Bertamini
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