A call for entries of sound art has been published for an exhibition I am curating.Â The exhibition will be open April 20-29, 2012 in Fort Collins, Colorado. Call For Entries This is an invitation to all sound artists living in the US and abroad to participate in the exhibition Sound Through Barriers: Sound Art [...]
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Chris H. Lynn’s Reading Dream Within A Dream screening now at The Streaming Film Festival in the Netherlands
Reading Dream Within A Dream is a visual reading of Edgar Allan Poeâ€™s poem which explores the connection between Charles Baudelaire and Edgar Allan Poe through an audiovisual counterpoint. The film also presents a new approach to the text through the process of visual and audio forms. The film is part of the Visual Sessions [...]
After a first and terrific sold-out edition in 2010, PrĂ©sences Electroniques GenĂ¨ve is back at the Alhambra Theatre and the Zoo/Usine on the 9th and 10th of december 2011. The Acousmonium is an unique auditive experience. An amazing surround system which unifies academic and popular electronic music scenes. This system will allow exploring musicians to [...]
Sound art is an artistic genre atypical at the intersection of noise music, visual arts, contemporary music and experimental. It is a visual arts field that uses the space as writing itself. The Grande exposition dâ€™art sonore is a series of exhibitions that offer artists/composers sound projection space within a time constraint: Invest in the [...]
Imaginary Landscapes is obviously a reference to the groundbreaking compositions by John Cage. His Imaginary Landscape #4 is probably the first composition to exclusively use pre-recorded and electronic sounds. But Imaginary Landscapes refers to any landscape conjured up for our senses by artistic or technological means. It refers to abstract two- and three dimensional spaces, [...]
SCREAM (The Southern California Resource for Electro-Acoustic Music) and NewTown have teamed up to bring you a new excursion into the world of visual music. Electroacoustic music merges seamlessly with electronically generated or enhanced imagery in this screening of 11 international worksâ€”a program that attests to the ongoing maturation of an electronic â€śinter-artsâ€ť that transcends [...]
- Finlandâ€™s most versatile sales exhibition of contemporary art 10â€“18 September 2011 Cable Factory: Puristamo and Valssaamo Tallberginkatu 1 C, 00180 Helsinki, Finland Open: Satâ€“Sun 11amâ€“5pm, Wedâ€“Fri 11amâ€“7pm (Monâ€“Tue closed) http://www.artfairsuomi.fi http://www.facebook.com/ArtFairSuomi Here is the AFS11-programme for the upcoming weekend! Free admission, welcome! Sat 17.9. 2-5 p.m. Anne Pehkonen: Snowball -an open collective performance Place: [...]
In this month’s program we would like to highlight: Gianna Nannini /Michelangelo Pistoletto at the Serpentine Gallery- Park Night // London 02/09/2011 To Vettor Pisani Gaia RiposatiÂ readsÂ ”A Vettor Pisani – Elogio del Nostos” by Angelo Capasso (23/08/2011) / Vettor Pisani – “La natura Ă¨ la belva di Dio” – Osservatorio Cosmico (tra Arte e Scienza) [...]
Pathline #1 is an Audio/Visual work by Franz Rosati presented as Live Set, interactive installation or screening. Based on the use of concrete transfigured sound, digital noises, and generative graphics the visual environment reacts to the sonic stimulus morphing from smooth and structured configurations to flickering skeletal and chaotic structures following its own behaviour. Lines [...]
SoundFjord will focus on the use of visual elements with reference to standard notation and will extend this format outwards to notations that may not have any connection to the stave or to quavers or semibreves. Representations of melody and form will depend on the relationships of composer, performer, and listener.
The evening will feature an eclectic mix of performance complimented by works made for screen, and on paper. The audience will be given the opportunity to listen to scores and look at the objects, drawings and notation the works have been realised from. Visitors will also be able to talk to the performers and to ask questions about their performances and how they themselves became interested in extending their musical vocabulary.