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Soundworlds: Sonic Arts, Film and Radio [uk Bournemouth]

sounding.jpgSounding Out 5: “Soundworlds – Sonic Arts, Film and Radio” :: September 8-10, 2010 :: Call for Papers, Panels, Audio, Audiovisual works — Deadline: June 1, 2010 :: Bournemouth University, England.

The submission of papers and panels as well as audio/audiovisual works is invited for consideration. The 2010 event aims to maintain and enhance the Sounding Out’s already impressive reputation as a major forum for discussion and interaction between practitioners, artists and academics working in the field of sound. For this year’s edition Keynote presentations will be given by a selection of internationally renowned artists and practitioners; Chris Chafe, Dirk Maggs, Jerome Joy, Jonathan Harvey, Kaye Mortley, Larry Sider and Pedro Rebelo.

It may be useful if we list some of the themes, which we hope to explore in the conference; these are by no means prescriptive but are intended as a guide. We are planning to base the conference on the overall theme of “Soundworlds – Sonic Arts, Film and Radio” including the following indicative subject areas, which will help us shape individual paper sessions and panels:

– e-Narratives
– Acoustic Ecology
– Audio histories
– Sound on Film
– Music as Narrative
– Sound and Music Worlds
– Radio Futures
– Interconnections
– SoundScapes
– Networks
– Sound
– Broadcast
– Geography
– Sense of place
– Sense of space

Papers and Panels:
Proposals for both individual and panel presentations are welcome. Abstracts of 250 words (with accompanying biographical information of no more than one page) should be submitted electronically in PDF format or Word document by 1 June, 2010 to:
Alexandra Peirce (apeirce@bournemouth.ac.uk)

Audio or Audiovisual works :
The submission of audio or audiovisual pieces is invited for consideration. The 2010 event aims to maintain and enhance the Sounding Out’s already impressive reputation as a major forum for discussion and interaction between practitioners, artists and academics working in the field of sound.

The works will be played continuously in a dedicated space, The Bournemouth University Atrium Gallery, before, during and after the conference. The gallery will be equipped to accommodate multi-channel pieces (up to eight channels) as well as video projection.

Please send your submission along with a one-page description (including technical requirements and duration) to:
Dr. Alain Renaud
DEC, Bournemouth University
Talbot Campus
Poole
Dorset
BH12 5BB
UK

Alternatively you may submit your works online by sending an email to: Alexandra Peirce (apeirce@bournemouth.ac.uk) with your one page description (including technical requirements) and a web link to the contents of your work.

We look forward to welcoming you to Bournemouth in September.

More information, including access to early bird registration can be found on the Conference website: http://soundingout.bournemouth.ac.uk


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