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Open Call for Radio Art + Residency [pt Lisbon]

poster_radialx2008.jpgInternational Open Call for Radio Art Residency :: Selection of one radio art project to be developed and presented between June 28 – July 3, 2010 during the RadiaLx Festival in Lisbon, Portugal. :: Closing date for the open call: 15 May 2010.

International Open Call for Radio Art Projects :: Selection of radio projects to be broadcast during the three day special program. :: Closing date for the open call: 30 May 2010. Includes: a) streaming projects; b) 28 or 57 minute radio programs; c) other formats are acceptable (but please send a detailed proposal)

For additional information on this open call go here.

RadiaLx 2010 is the third edition of the radio festival and will take place in Lisbon from July 1 – 3, 2010. Continue reading


Apr 21, 2010
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Funware Shared Artist in Residence [Amsterdam, Eindhoven, Bergen]

funware.jpgCall for Proposals: Funware Shared Artist in Residence :: Netherlands Media Art Institute, Amsterdam (NL), BALTAN Laboratories, Eindhoven (NL), Piksel, Bergen (NO):: Deadline: April 23, 2010

BALTAN, NIMk and Piksel have launched an open call for proposals as part of the exhibition project Funware. We are looking for interesting new software art projects that can be developed in the period of June to November 2010 through a shared residency. The new work developed during the residency will be presented in the Funware exhibition at MU in Eindhoven, at HMKV in Dortmund and as part of the Piksel festival 2010. Continue reading


Apr 21, 2010
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Live Stage: GRRR JAMMING SQUEAK [nl Rotterdam]

grr.jpgSculpture International Rotterdam is proud to present: GRRR JAMMING SQUEAK by Paola Pivi :: Opening: April 23, 2010; 5.00 pm :: Coolsingel 63 @ Stadhuisplein, Rotterdam + GRRR JAMMING SQUEAK may also be experienced on a daily basis at www.grrr.nu :: Free concert by Spinvis at 7.30 p.m.

GRRR JAMMING SQUEAK is a new public artwork by the Italian artist Paola Pivi (1971, Milan) created for the city of Rotterdam. Located at the Coolsingel-the city’s heart and most important street, GRRR JAMMING SQUEAK is a fully functional music recording studio, attended by sound engineers, available to everyone, for free, to play music along with the sounds of animals. This new work by Pivi is not only a joyous and generous gift to the city, its inhabitants and its visitors; it is also an engaging, publicly operating machine that redefines the idea of public art. Continue reading


Apr 20, 2010
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Live Stage: European Media Art Festival [de Osnabrück]

mash.jpgEuropean Media Art Festival 2010 :: April 21-25, 2010 :: 49074 Osnabrück, Germany.

The motto of the EMAF 2010 is MASH UP! Productions by internationally renowned media artists and the innovative works of new masters from the academies will be presented at the 23nd European Media Art Festival. The EMAF is one of the most influential forums of international Media Art. As a meeting point for artists, curators, distributors, gallery owners and an audience of specialists, the festival has a great impact on the topic and aesthetics of Media Art. Each year the festival offers its visitors a current overview of new experimental films, performances, lectures, an exhibition and the Media Campus. Continue reading


Apr 19, 2010
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New Collaborative Media Arts Lab [uk London]

tint.jpgTINT opens its Arts Lab in May 2010 to provide an online platform for artists to present and develop ideas through critical feedback and open discourse. Based on a framework of constructive critique and knowledgeable support, participating artists are invited to explore their work within the boundaries of media art. Participating artists will be required to develop their project in their own workspace, documenting their progress thoroughly at all stages from conceptional to realization in a dedicated blog. With the labs focus on the documentation of these usually opaque processes we enable a dedicated team of artists, theorist and practitioners as well as the wider community to respond to the project and provide thereby the possibility for artistic development. Once all the first round projects are completed, they will be jointly presented in a TINT curated event in a London based venue. Continue reading


Apr 18, 2010
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Live Stage: FutureEverything Music [uk Manchester]

future.jpgFutureEverything Music Programme :: May 12-15, 2010 :: various locations in Manchester, UK and various times.

A celebration of musical pioneers, raw talent and those who perform on the cutting-edge, featuring world-class live performances and including collaborations with some of the UK’s leading music organisations. For 2010, as Futuresonic evolves into FutureEverything, we have widened our reach even further with the programme featuring showcases of some of the most ground-breaking talent from the most distant and far-reaching corners of the globe.

Featuring an evening at the BBC with Japan’s leading audio-visual composer Ryoji Ikeda and pioneering Finnish musician Mika Vainio, the otherworldly and thundering 21st century African music of innovative Congolese Bazombo trance band Konono No.1, the hi-octane electronic street folk of Syrian pop superstar Omar Souleyman and the cavernous dub, desolate dubstep and sublime heartbreak reggae of King Midas Sound. Continue reading


Apr 18, 2010
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Live Stage: Theory + Techniques of Contemporary Music [sl Ljubljana]

scuk.jpgIRZU (Institute for Sonic Arts Research) announces the second event in the project Theory and techniques of Contemporary Music:: A lecture by Austrian composer Christoph Herndler :: April 19, 2010, 8:00 – 11:00 p.m. :: SKUC Gallery, Stari trg 21, Ljubljana, Slovenia.

Born in 1964 (Austria), studied the pipe organ, composition with Roman Haubenstock-Ramati, electro-accustic at the Vienna-University of Music and was visiting scholar at CCRMA/Stanford University. In 1997 he founded the ensemble EIS. Attributed to his work are graphical forms of notations which can be performed not only musically but also through other medias, as well as sound installations and video work. His compositions in general, should be regarded in light of their notation. Whereas the listener is only confronted with the sounds, the interpreter is confronted with the signs. Continue reading


Apr 18, 2010
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Live Stage: Tomomi Adachi [us Chicago]

lampo_new-home_final.jpgLampo presents Tomomi Adachi :: April 16, 2010; 8:00 pm :: Columbia College, 916 S Wabash, Room 214, Chicago, IL.

Solo music and sound poetry, voice, electronics and self-made synths cased in Tupperware. Lampo is thrilled to present Tomomi Adachi in his Chicago debut. His stuff is truly fascinating — animated by gesture, imbued with a sly sense of humor, and not to be missed.

The evening will unfold in three parts: first, his own text-sound compositions and work from a collection of historical Japanese sound poetry — seldom heard material by Hide Kinoshita from 1924, and Seiichi Niikuni from the 1960s and 70s. He’ll also improvise with his homemade gear, including both the amplified Tomoring II, made of springs and metal wire, and the Tomomin II, one of his Tupperware instruments. Continue reading


Apr 14, 2010
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Earthquakes Generate Music in Realtime

Syzygryd: Public Sculpture

Syzygryd Software Preview from nicole aptekar on Vimeo.

Syzygryd is a town square for the collaborative creation of music. It’s a public space, it’s a sculpture, and it’s a professional musical instrument. It’s the most beautiful expression we can imagine of the joy we take in community, music, technology, fire, sculpture and architecture.

Three large custom hardware grid sequencers. Each controls a single instrument and they share a clock, so they’re all synchronized. By controlling time, pitch, and harmony, these devices make it easy for people with no musical training or talent to create melodious compositions. Continue reading


Apr 14, 2010
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