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Call for Participation: International Research Conference [dk Aarhus]

safariscreensnapz001.jpgCall for Participation for an International Research Conference and PhD Workshop to be held at Kunsthal Aarhus, Aarhus, Denmark, 7-9 October 2013.

Organised by: Digital Aesthetics/Participatory IT Research Centre, Aarhus University reSource transmedial culture berlin/transmediale festival. Submit your proposals at

“Post-digital Research” aims at exploring what, in the afterglow of digital art and culture, lies beyond the digital as a form of existence. Continue reading

Jul 27, 2013
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Sensing Shared Places: Designing a Mobile Audio Streaming Environment

papers.jpgSensing Shared Places: Designing a mobile audio streaming environment by Rui Chaves and Pedro Rebelo :: This paper addresses mobile audio streaming in the context of sharing a sense of place. This action is mediated by the network, the body and remote listening. These elements are essential in the concept and design of a platform for audio transmission ( liveshout ), that aims at intersecting mobility within the realms of radio, network and transmission art.

The paper is available for download here . Continue reading

Oct 23, 2011
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Open Call: EMPAC Artist-in-Residency Program [us Troy, NY]

empac.jpgEMPAC Artist-in-Residence Program :: Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 110 8th Street, Troy, NY, 12180, USA :: :: Phone: +1 518.276.3921 :: Fax: +1 518.276.4107 ::

Since 2005, the Experimental Media and Performing Arts Center (EMPAC) has established a vibrant residency program that has hosted over 40 artists and their collaborators, spanning theater, dance, music, video, and installation. While EMPAC will continue its open call residency program, EMPAC is pleased to announce four additional focused initiatives:

Audio Production / Post‐Production

For sound recording, development of multichannel sound works, documentation, mastering, mixing, film scoring, or any other task involving microphones, speakers, consoles and computers. Continue reading

Oct 26, 2010
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Breaking Sounds

Researchers create sounds of animated things breaking by Bill Steele:

A delicate wine glass shatters on the floor. A rock is thrown through a window. A child smashes his piggy bank. Dramatic moments like these in an animated movie or video game or some future virtual reality won’t seem realistic unless the sound matches the action.

Read more: here.

Jul 30, 2010
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Music Research Residency Program at IRCAM [fr Paris]

research.jpgThe Department for the Coordination of Scientific and Musical Research seeks to reinforce the interaction between the scientific and musical community by appealing to the computer music community at large. This program offers scholarships to artists and young professionals wishing to take advantage of a period of residency at IRCAM in order to pursue their music research projects in a stimulating collaborative environment. Deadline: September 30, 2010.

Each year – via online submission – a limited number of candidates is selected by a panel of international experts based on the following criteria: project content; scientific and artistic motivation; quality and innovative character of the project; mastery of the technologies needed for the project; demonstrated ability to manage a collaborative research project. Continue reading

Jul 26, 2010
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Ricardo Climent @ NK [de Berlin]

clement.jpgRicardo Climent :: Artist Presentation :: April 4, 2010, 7:00 p.m. :: N.K., Elsenstr. 52, 2.Hinterhaus Etage 2, 12059 Berlin Neukölln.

Ricardo Climent will discuss his new research in music composition and new media, involving the use of audio metadata and 3D game-engine software. Climent is an active music composer. He often finds in the field of music technology, original new routes and stimuli to explore and develop distinctive aspects in his music, both in the creative and performing environment. Currently, he lecturers at the School of Arts, Histories and Cultures, University of Manchester and serves as Co-Director of the NOVARS Research Centre. Continue reading

Apr 3, 2010
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Call: Arte 2.0 Vocento

arte3.jpgVOCENTO in collaboration with ARCOmadrid 2010 International Contemporary Art Fair, Madrid :: Open Call for Proposals — Deadline for Applications: January 31, 2010; 5:00 pm :: Total award is 15.000 euros :: Online application form here.

VOCENTO and ARCOmadrid announce a competition of ideas to provide art galleries with web solutions, and to provide opportunities to enhance their online presence and networking potential. The competition wishes to respond to the shifting context of online environments — from Web 2.0 to Web 3.0 and beyond — and to draw attention to the dynamic potential of the web as a research, production and presentation platform for the specific context of art. Continue reading

Jan 6, 2010
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Live Stage: Sewing Sonifications [us Seattle, WA]

bodle.jpgCarrie Bodle: Sewing Sonifications Performance :: October 10, 2009; 2:00 – 6:00 pm :: Westlake Park, Seattle, WA.

Visual and sound artist Carrie Bodle will create a five-channel sound installation and sewing performance sonifying data from an ecosystem model developed by UW oceanographic scientist Dr. Neil Banas. Sound is translated from data, then visualized and made tactile by the artist embroidering the combined waveform into a continuous sound wave.

This computer model simulates the growth and consumption of plankton in the ocean ecosystem along the Washington coast during summer 2005. The five sound channels broadcast five dimensions in this data: Continue reading

Oct 2, 2009
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Live Stage: Sensory Response Systems [de Berlin]

ryan2.jpgSensory Response Systems :: Ryan Jordan presents and performs his Sensory Response Systems as part of a micro_residency at General Public, Schanhauser Allee 167c, Berlin, Germany :: July 29 – August 1.

Sensory Response Systems is an exploration into audio-visual performance using an array of sensors responsive to physical movements in order to control the audio-visual output in programmes such as pd and Max/MSP. It also looks at reshaping and replicating the body through the use of fabric, textiles and technology. We draw from inspiration and definition through reference to embodiment, phenomenology, post-modernism, post-humanism, performance, physical computing and computer sound. Continue reading

Jul 29, 2009
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Live Stage: Electronic Music Concert [de Berlin]

music.jpgAUSREIHE presents: Electronic Music Concert with Yutaka Makino, Daisuke Ishida, Rashad Becker :: May 23, 2009; 10:00 pm :: NK, Elsenstra_e 52, Neukvlln 12059 Berlin, Germany.

Yutaka Makino is an artist and researcher currently based in Los Angeles. He seeks to amalgamate the historic precedents of computer music and science, involving research in spatial perception, complex dynamical systems and emergence. His works range from sculpture to sound works including performance, computer music composition and spatial sound installation. He has been working on spatial compositions for Wave Field Synthesis. His recent commission work, Amorphous for Wave Field Synthesis, was premiered at the International Gaudeamus Music Week 2008 with the Foundation Game of Life’s 192.8ch Wave Field Synthesis System. Continue reading

May 15, 2009
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