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Live Stage: Audio Forensics [uk London]

audioforensics.jpgAudio Forensics :: Exhibition: November 27-30, 2008 :: Symposium: November 30; 3:00 – 6:00 pm :: I M T, Unit 2/210 Cambridge Heath Road, London :: 020 8980 5475 (for symposium booking).

Comprising ambitious works by nine artists — Libero Colimberti, Jan Hendrickse, Simone Izzi, Nitin Lachhani, Luc Messinezis, Maria Papadomanolaki, Vytis Puronas, Mark Shorey and Mark Wright — who employ sound as the principle media of their practice, Audio Forensics demonstrates the breadth of engagement with sound in the arts, and how it can be re-evaluated in the context of an increasingly noisy world. Sound art encompasses a wide range of forms and concerns and has its precedence across many creative fields, yet, as these artists demonstrate, the acknowledgment of sounds significance in the arts is becoming of greater importance as technologies develop, and as the public become ever more aware of the interactions between sound, space and artistic practice. Audio Forensics provides an extraordinarily comprehensive inquiry into how sound, and its manipulation, influences our experience and understanding of our environment. Continue reading


Nov 20, 2008
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Live Stage: Design + the Visual Sonic Interface [uk London]

ool03.jpg[Image: NOVA – visuals in 3D by Squidsoup] CreateKX and futureflux present Fast Forward: Exploring the Visual-Sonic Interface – Speakers include Michael Faulkner and A. N. Other, D-Fuse, Anthony Rowe, Squidsoup, Russell Richards and Maurice Owen, KickiT, Ollie Sorenson, VJ Anyone :: September 23, 2008; 9.30 am – 4:00 pm :: The Birkbeck Screen, The British Library, 96 Euston Road, London.

A day of overviews and talks on the emerging interface of sound and images, as explored by artists and practitioners working in visual-sonics, generative, immersive, interactive and synaesthetic arts. futureflux aims to provide inter-industry briefings on areas of new media, art and design developments that will impact on your sector. Continue reading


Sep 9, 2008
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Live Stage: Future of Music Seminar [us NYC]

future.jpgFuture of Music Coalition presents – What’s the Future for Musicians? seminar :: October 6, 2008 :: Public Theater in New York, NY.

What’s the Future for Musicians? Today’s music landscape is filled with both excitement and foreboding. With so many new technologies and ways to promote and distribute music, how do performers, composers, songwriters and independent labels know how to participate, who to trust, and what is most effective?

In the Future of Music seminar musicians from all genres — classical, jazz, rock, folk and hip-hop — will learn about a range of internet-based promotion and distribution options, how to navigate the health insurance landscape, the importance of open internet structures and how copyright law and business models are affecting how musicians will be compensated in the digital future. For more information click here.


Aug 30, 2008
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ISEA 2009 [ie Belfast, Coleraine, Derry, Dublin]

isea09.jpg15th International Symposium on Electronic Art (2009) in Northern Ireland: Engaged Creativity in Mobile Environments :: Hosted by University of Ulster in association with Dun Laoghaire Institute of Art, Design and Technology :: 23 August – 1 September 2009 :: Waterfront Hall Belfast with HUBS at Coleraine, Derry and Dublin :: Call for projects, presentations :: submission deadline (15 Sept 2008).

WHAT IS ISEA2009? The Inter-Society for Electronic Arts (ISEA) is an international non-profit organisation that promotes the relationship between arts, science and digital technologies. Since 1988 ISEA has overseen a major international symposium taking place in various prestigious institutions across the globe biannually, moving to an annual cycle following ISEA2009. Continue reading


Aug 29, 2008
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Tuned City Symposium [de Berlin]

tuned.jpgTUNED CITY

Over five days, July 1-5, the symposium will approach the topic architecture and sound from five different theoretical and spatial perspectives. The chosen venues – spaces built for the production or reception of sound, acoustically flawed or impossible spaces, public and semi-public urban spaces, finished and planned spaces, wasteland or cultivated spaces, indoor and outdoor locations – each serve to illustrate the topics of that day, and offer a mixture of lectures, artistic presentation, performances and examples of working architectural practice.

Below you will find a rough overview of the themes, places and times. For information on the single slots of these blocks and to the participants please visit our website: http://www.tunedcity.de Continue reading


May 30, 2008
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