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Call + Response [lu Luxembourg]

callandresponse.jpgCall + Response :: April 25-28, 2008 :: A Series of Events hosted by Candice Breitz :: Mudam Luxembourg, 3 Park Dräi Eechelen, L-1499 Luxembourg :: Please register online before April 10! Booking is essential due to limited seating.

Creative innovation has always relied, to some extent, on the logic of call-and-response, a phrase that Breitz borrows from musicologists, who use it to describe the interactive quality that is key to musical experience in various oral cultures. Mudam warmly invites you to share your ideas with a group of artists and thinkers as they explore the logic of call-and-response and reflect on strategies of artistic appropriation and creative recycling during a three-day line-up of performances, panels and discussions. Continue reading


Mar 27, 2008
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Net_Music_Weekly: Flounder

flounder1.jpgA few years ago, composer, musician and programmer Øyvind Brandtsegg built a sound installation into Nils Sigurd Aas’ Flounder, a public sculpture located at Straumen in Inderøy, Norway.

When Brandtsegg suggested the idea to Aas in 2003, Aas responded “I really would like to hear the Flounder sing”. Brandtsegg’s installation makes use of a loudspeaker technique in which the sound is transferred to the metal in the sculpture. The natural environment, and especially the tidal stream, inspired Brandtsegg to program several variables which different sensors record from their surroundings. Continue reading


Mar 27, 2008
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Live Stage: EFFLEUREMENTS [ca Montreal]

nelly3.jpgEFFLEUREMENTS :: March 28 – April 26, 2008 :: Opening: March 28, 5:00 pm :: Society for Art and Technology [SAT], 1201 Saint-Laurent Boulevard, Quebec.

An exhibition from the curator Nicole Gingras who joins the work of two artists fascinated by light, movement and sound. Diane Morin transforms her favourite material, light, into singular shadow plays, awash in penetrating sounds. The videos of Nelly-Eve Rajotte, who is just as sensitive to the power of light and sound, create destabilising experiences which may cause some viewers to lose their spatio-temporal bearings. Continue reading


Mar 26, 2008
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Live Stage: Robert Griffin Byron [us Providence]

sculpt.jpgSculpt: An interactive sound/image work for sensor gloves – MEME Thesis Performance by Robert Griffin Byron :: April 1, 2008; 8:00 pm :: Grant Recital Hall (behind Orwig Music Bldg., corner of Hope Street and Young Orchard Avenue), Brown University.

Sculpt is work for sensor gloves, interactive electronics and interactive projected image that explores the relationship between synthetic sound and synthetic image through the tactile nuance of human gesture.

Robert Griffin Byron won the A.B.C. Young Composer’s Award in 1995. Since then, Byron’s chamber music and orchestral works have been heard all across Australia, the United States, and Asia. His work has been performed by the most of Australia’s state orchestras. Continue reading


Mar 26, 2008
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Live Stage: Atau Tanaka [us Providence]

atausonar480.jpgAtau Tanaka Concert :: April 2, 2008; 8:00 pm :: Grant Recital Hall (behind Orwig Music Bldg., corner of Hope Street and Young Orchard Avenue), Brown University.

The Brown Music Department and MEME (Multimedia & Electronic Music Experiments) presents… Atau Tanaka, a concert of interactive computer music and video featuring Japanese / American artist Atau Tanaka. Tanaka creates music for sensor instruments, wireless network infrastructures, and democratized digital forms; his work bridges the fields of media art, experimental music, and research. Also featuring new works by current and former MEME students.


Mar 26, 2008
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Live Stage: Performativity, Ideologies of Liveness… [us Providence]

9780253346629_med.jpgColloquium: Mediated Musical Communities :: April 15, 2008; 4:00 pm :: Rm. 315 – Orwig Music Bldg. (corner of Hope Street and Young Orchard Avenue), Brown University.

Performativity, Ideologies of Liveness, and Listener-Consciousness in Electronic-Music Performance featuring Mark Butler: In DJ sets and laptop performances, an unprecedented level of technological mediation comes into conflict with the expected “liveness” of performance. As a result, musicians frequently express various techno-performative anxieties in explanations of their performance approaches. In particular, they are concerned that the audience experiences a performance, one that is imbued with a sense of live presence, rather than simply the playback of a recording or the clicking of a mouse. Continue reading


Mar 26, 2008
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Live Stage: Mask/Mirror [us Brooklyn]

hername02.jpgDiapason gallery for sound and intermedia presents Alessandro Bosetti and Christian Kesten’s Mask/Mirror, a performance :: March 29, 2008; 8:00 pm :: Diapason, 882 Third Avenue (between 32nd and 33rd Street), 10th floor, Brooklyn, NY.

A few months ago I wrote a note to myself: “Try to create a mask that that doesn’t have anything to do with anything” and kept wondering what that could mean until I started to imagine Mask/Mirror. Mask/Mirror a sampler to process recordings of spoken language in real time… The sampler follows both sound and meaning criteria in sorting, organizing and processing samples and in formulating utterances. Continue reading


Mar 25, 2008
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Sonic Fragments: Narrative and Mediation in Sound Art

sf_bullock.jpgSonic Fragments: Narrative and Mediation in Sound Art – A two-day festival and symposium :: March 28-29, 2008 :: Princeton University, Princeton, NJ :: Free and open to the public.

Please join us as we host an international group of scholars and practitioners who are gathering to explore the roles of narrative and mediation in art practices that engage sound as a material. The symposium will consist of three panel discussions as well as an exhibition of audio-works for portable music players made expressly for the geography, architecture, and social spaces of the Princeton University campus. Continue reading


Mar 25, 2008
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The First Canadian 60×60 Project (2008)

60×60_logo.jpgCall for Works for the first Canadian 60×60 Project (2008) :: Deadline: March 31, 2008 (postmark).

Vox Novus, in collaboration with the Canadian Electroacoustic Community (CEC), is inviting composers to submit recorded works 60 seconds or less in duration to be included in the first Canadian version of the annual 60×60 Project. 60 compositions will be selected to be played continuously in a one-hour concert. The Canadian 60×60 concert season will begin with a debut in Montréal and continue throughout Canada in venues to be announced. Concerts may also include a visual component (a clock, video clips, spectrographs, dance, etc.). Continue reading


Mar 25, 2008
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Live Stage: “Harvestworks Inside” at Roulette [us NYC]

concert3.JPGHarvestworks is pleased to present the Spring 2008 performance series Harvestworks Inside, with three exceptional programs featuring Harvestworks affiliated artists past and present. Showcasing the diversity of works produced in our production studios and through our Artist In Residence programs, Harvestworks Inside offers an outstanding sampling of the rich creative activity that has characterized Harvestworks’ Digital Media Arts programs since 1977. At ROULETTE :: 20 Greene Street (btwn Canal & Grand), New York City. Continue reading


Mar 25, 2008
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