audibleVISIONS: symposium on video and sound art

April 11, 2016 in All Opportunities, Composers, Conference, electroacoustic, Performers by mwhiteside

audibleVISIONS is a two day conference that will address the contemporary exchange, influence and synthesis of video and sound-based art: AudioVisuals (AV).

https://audiblevision.wordpress.com/

We welcome and encourage submissions relating to sound and video based audio-visual media in interactive, live, fixed and collaborative works and have particular interest in research proposals including, but not limited to, the following areas:

-the relation between sound and movement

-social works

-generative work

-video and sound processing

-interactivity

Papers

250-word abstracts for papers of 20 minutes’ duration, followed by discussion

AV Works

250-word abstract for a audiovisual work (complete or extract) lasting no more than 20 minutes, followed by discussion.

Registration

Attendance for audibleVISIONS is free (including refreshments). However places are limited so please book in advance.

For all enquires, submitting Call for Works and Registration please contact:

Sarah Westwood swest013@gold.ac.uk

Deadline for Call for Works Wednesday 27th April 2016 midnight

Deadline for Registration Monday 9th May 2016 midnight

When submitting work, please include audibleVISIONS and which category in the subject. Please also state your home university and programme.

*Each artist is allowed to submit for both Call for Papers and Call for AV work, but may only submit one proposal per category. A separate application should be submitted for each category. audibleVISIONS is part of Goldsmiths Graduate School Festival 2016 and we encourage post-graduate and graduate students to apply but also welcome all applicants to apply.

Goldsmiths, University of London will host audibleVISIONS conference on 11-12 May 2016, in association with Sound Practice Research Unit, Electronic Music Studio and the Department of Music. This conference will bring together invited artists, scholars and students researching and practicing in music, sound and visual Arts- for live, interactive and fixed electronics for AV media.