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Media Content for the Web [bg Sofia]

tosmi.jpgMedia Content for the Web – extended deadline and scholarships available for the training in Sofia :: The deadline for application for the training course “Producing media for the web: Open Source Software & web 2.0” is extended and there are still scholarships available for allocation.

The course takes place in Sofia from 11th to 16th of August this year. It combines both a conceptual approach related to web 2.0, distribution of rich media content on internet, e-marketing, the potential of open source tools, and practical issues linked to production of audiovisual content for the web. Continue reading


Jun 30, 2008
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Live Stage: 5 days off MEDIA [nl Amsterdam]

avatar_foto1.jpg5 days off MEDIA presents optofonica: Crosswire – in search of the synesthetic effect :: Exhibition: 3 – 26 July :: Netherlands Media Art Institute :: Keizersgracht 264 -1016 EV Amsterdam :: Works by: Aernoudt Jacobs, Sagi Groner, Kaffe Matthews, Telcosystems, TeZ & Janis Pönisch :: Opening: 2 July 6:30 pm. During opening: 7:30 pm performance Avatar Metaverse Orchestra; 8:30 pm Aernoudt Jacobs.

The Netherlands Media Art Institute presents in collaboration with 5 days off MEDIA the exhibition and performance series Crosswire. Crosswire comprises sound installations and audiovisual environments enabling immersive and spatial sonic experiences through bodily and multi-sensory perception. Continue reading


Jun 30, 2008
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DIGICULT: Magazine, Podcast, Newsletter, Art Agency

digi.jpgDIGICULT Available in Italian and English.

DIGICULT enters its third year of life with a gift for all its readers, critics and detractors: a brand new home page that collects and emphasizes all contents and all activities carried out by the Network and opens doors to future developments regarding sharing and dissemination by means of new technological platforms.

Beside being the usual critical observatory (run by Silvia Scaravaggi and Claudia D’Alonzo of the editorial office) with news and information on national and international digital art, Digicult updates its portal, thanks to Luca Restifo’s constant and valuable technical work, with the following services: Continue reading


Jun 30, 2008
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Call: Submissions on theme of water, air, sound

naisa.jpgNAISA 2008 Call for Submissions on the theme Ecology: Water, Air, Sound :: Categories: Radio Art, Electroacoustic Music, Videomusic and Installation Art :: September 30, 2008 Deadline :: contact:
www.naisa.ca

New Adventures in Sound Art invites artists of all ages and nationalities to submit works on the theme Ecology: Water, Air, Sound for consideration in 2009 future programming for the annual Deep Wireless, Sound Travels, and SOUNDplay festivals, produced by New Adventures in Sound Art in Toronto, Canada. Artists may submit works in one or all of the following four categories: 1) Radio Art, 2) Electroacoustic Music, 3) Videomusic and 4) Installation Art (Note: please send separate submission forms for each entry). Continue reading


Jun 30, 2008
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MOVE>SOUND [us San Francisco]

n_drew.jpgME’D1.ATE’s MOVE>SOUND, Soundwave>Series (#3), :: June 27 – August 17, 2008 :: San Francisco.

ME’D1.ATE NETWORK is excited to announce the most daring and ambitious Soundwave>Series ever. A record 11 extraordinary events will start June 27, 2008 through to August 17, 2008 at leading San Francisco art and music institutions The Lab, Community Music Center, and Intersection for the Arts…as well as on a moving bus venue hosted by New Langton Arts, Queen’s Nails Annex, Art Engine and the spectacular de Young Museum. Continue reading


Jun 27, 2008
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Live Stage: Aura Satz’ “Glissolalia” [uk London]

1141716707414.jpgSoundtrap III: Aura Satz’ sound installation Glissolalia :: June 27 – July 20 (Fri-Sun, 12-6pm) :: Preview & Live Performance: June 27; 6-9 pm :: Beaconsfield, London.

In SOUNDTRAP III: GLISSOLALIA, a Beaconsfield Commission 2008, Aura Satz explores ghostly presence and illusions through performance and sound, often focussed on unusual sonic devices, early musical instruments and automata. This new commission explores acoustic illusions and plays on the vocal quality of non-human instruments. It merges the musical concept of ‘glissando’ (the gliding or sliding from one note to another), and the idea of ‘glossolalia’ (religious speaking in tongues, or fluent unintelligible utterances). It is being developed in dialogue with musician Aleks Kolkowski. Continue reading


Jun 26, 2008
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Laser Sound Performance at Sonar 2008

edwin-van-der-heide-2.jpgLaser Sound Performance (LSP] by Edwin van der Heide at Sonar2008.

On June 19, 20 and 21, Edwin van der Heide presented his “LSP”, a performance where image and sound play equally important roles. Sound / video combinations often reduce the spatial perception of sound because of the two-dimensional nature of the image. The performance “LSP” used audio controlled lasers to create a three-dimensional environment that totally immerses the audience and allows for a constant change of perspective. Image and sound originate from the same real-time computer generated sine wave composition. “LSP” represents a system of direct equivalence of image and sound, where frequency ratios in sound, de-tuning and phase shifts have their direct visual counterparts. Continue reading


Jun 26, 2008
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Situated Technologies Pamphlets 2

urb1.jpgSituated Technologies Pamphlets 2: Urban Versioning System 1.0 :: Matthew Fuller and Usman Haque with illustrations by David Cuesta :: now available from Lulu.com.

The second volume of the Situated Technologies Pamphlet Series asks the question: what lessons can architecture learn from software development, and more specifically, from the Free, Libre, and Open Source Software (FLOSS) movement? Written in the form of a quasi-license, Urban Versioning System 1.0 posits seven constraints that, if followed, will contribute to an open source urbanism that radically challenges the conventional ways in which cities are constructed. Continue reading


Jun 25, 2008
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Live Stage: Carl Stone’s “Han Bat” [jp Nagoya]

n52360710050_6179.jpgCARL STONE :: HAN BAT INSTALLATION :: C-Square Gallery, Chukyo University :: 101-2 Yagoto Honmachi Showa-ku :: NAGOYA JP :: June 30 at 6:30 pm.

HAN BAT is a multi-channel sound installation work by Carl Stone that builds from slow juxtapositions of various acoustic dimensions and spatializations that were enregistered using a special 8-channel portable recording system, The Octaphone, in 2007 and 2008. The Octaphone was developed by Carl Stone in collaboration with Professor Oizumi Kazufumi, of Chukyo University, and features 8 separate microphone capsules connected to two four-channel recorders, mounted on a specially designed transport bar that is light and small enough for portability. Continue reading


Jun 25, 2008
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Live Stage: Psymbolic presents Re:vivify [us Chicago]

kirn.jpgPsymbolic presents: Re:vivify :: A Weekly Social featuring a constantly evolving curation of live audio and visual artists :: Wednesday :: June 25th, 2008 :: 9pm -2am :: Butterfly Social Club :: 722 W. Grand Ave. Chicago, IL 60610 :: Grand blue line stop.

Moment Sound [showcase] – Moment Sound is a Chicago-based collective of musicians specializing in live electronic music of all types and genres. In addition to performing constantly, its core members – Garo, Lokua and Slava organize and promote music and art events throughout the city. Their home-base is the Moment series which takes place every first Sunday of the month at Rodan. Continue reading


Jun 25, 2008
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