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Music from the Masses: Call for Musical Work

par.jpgSeason 4 – Music for the Masses: Matthias Fritsch has created several video clips that last as long as an average music video. ‘Music from the Masses’ is intended for distribution on video portals such as YouTube as well as for exhibitions in museums and galleries. For 5 years 10 silent clips will be produced and published for participation. The work is an open edition, and it is always possible to add new compositions and variations. This generic model of recycling and generating new material resembles the ‘Youtube-Reality’, where material is in constant flux. Continue reading


Sep 20, 2009
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Live Stage: Audio Student Summit [us Brookline, MA]

dave.jpgThe Boston Area Definitive Audio Student Summit :: September 26, 2009; 9:00 am – 4:30 pm :: The New England Institute of Art, 10 Brookline Place West, Brookline, MA.

This is the third year this AES regional student summit has been hosted by the New England Institute of Art. Audio students, educators and enthusiasts have been invited for a full day of workshops, tutorials, studio and software demos. Some popular studio demonstrations will be limited in size. To ensure your inclusion, arrive as early as possible. Really cool T-shirts will be given to the first 200 attendees.
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Sep 18, 2009
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Live Stage: Tijuana/San Diego [us La Jolla, CA]

frontal_shot_web.jpgTijuana/San Diego: Cooperation and Confrontation at the Interface :: October 5 – November 25, 2009 :: Opening Reception: October 15, 2009; 5:00 – 7:00 pm :: gallery@calit2, Atkinson Hall, University of California, San Diego, 9500 Gilman Drive, La Jolla, CA.

Tijuana/San Diego: Cooperation and Confrontation at the Interface brings together works by seven artists who draw upon the cultural landscape of the border region linking Tijuana and San Diego. The works range from digital prints to interactive multimedia. José Ignacio López Ramírez-Gastón’s spatialized sound installation, 24 Speakers and 24 Sound Sources, deployed in the interior of the gallery@calit2, enacts the concept of the democratization of knowledge and ‘reversed migration’ in the use of technology. Continue reading


Sep 17, 2009
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Live Stage: Experimental Music [us Boston, MA]

270.jpgExperimental Music Performance with two master trombonists Tom Plsek (MAG) and Brian Allen and contrabassist extraordinaire John Voigt :: September 2, 2009; 8:00 pm :: Mobius, Boston, MA.

Trombonist and composer Brian Allen “brings a burst of energy to contemporary creative music” (AllAboutJazzNY). Trombone explorer Tom Plsek “has deconstructed the idea of the trombone so completely one marvels at how he keeps finding new purposes for the instrument.” (Ted Bale, Boston Herald) “In [John Voigt’s] hands the bass turns into a real talker, a mythical creature, a mouthpiece for the history of man. Voigt’s very personal musical metaphors should not be missed” (The Improviser).


Sep 17, 2009
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Live Stage: Our Lady of Detritus [us NYC]

trikesolar-umbrella.jpgKristin Norderva in her latest collaboration with Jill Sigman, Our Lady of Detritus – an interactive mobile performance installation about trash and transcendence :: Sunday, September 20: 2-4PM :: Queens Botanical Garden (Queens), 4350 Main St. (inside the Garden, near Main St. entrance).

Our Lady of Detritus is a portable performance installation that will travel to parks and outdoor spaces in multiple NYC boroughs this Fall. A funky “food for thought” cart made of an orange cargo tricycle, Our Lady of Detritus is about trash and transcendence – raising awareness about waste management and recycling, while looking at our personal relations to re-invention, garbage, and throwing things away. Think of an old-fashioned hot dog cart for experimental art… Continue reading


Sep 16, 2009
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The Best of FLASH on the Net [de Cologne]

flash.jpgFinal call for 2010 – 10th anniversary of [New Media Art Project Network]:: Cologne, Germany :: Deadline: September 30, 2009.

Cinematheque – streaming media project environments Flash & Thunder — Flash as a medium and tool for artistic creations.

Since the Internet became popular in the late 90’ies of 20th century, the software program “FLASH”, once developed and prepared for the commercial market by Macromedia, and now owned by Adobe, represents a vector based developing environment which enables the creator to combine different media and develop vector based animations especially for the Internet. .swf data file extension became a standard for animations online and offline, and Flash video and its .flv file format stands for “videostreaming” on the net. Continue reading


Sep 15, 2009
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Espacio Enter Canarias [es Tenerife]

lu.jpgEspacio Enter Canarias :: September 22-27, 2009 :: TEA, Espacio de las Artes and Auditorio de Tenerife, Tenerife, Canary Islands.

image: Loud Objects — USA

Espacio Enter Canarias is a International Meeting for all sectors related to art and digital culture, for ideas that will allow us to design the future of technological innovation. Espacio Enter Canarias will embrace contemporary artistic expression related to innovation and new media and also the Future Now Symposium. It aims to strengthen the linkage between Art, Science, Innovation, Technology and Enterprise in order to construct Knowledge Society for all citizens. Continue reading


Sep 15, 2009
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Live Stage: A Thing About Machines [uk Coventry]

thing2.jpgA Thing About Machines :: September 24 – 27, 2009 :: Festival Launch Party: 7:00 – 11:00 p.m.:: The Herbert, Jordan Well, Coventry, CV1 5QP.

A Thing About Machines is Coventry’s first and best *OTHER* Art Festival dedicated to local hero Delia Derbyshire exploring art and music that uses, reinterprets, reviews or renews technology invented in the past 100 years..

This year’s festival was inspired by Tangerine Dream’s 1976 concert in Coventry Cathedral (we like unwieldy analogue synths and use of unexpected venues here). We want to explore the relationship Art can have with its surroundings. Transformation of a space, transportation from a place, response to surroundings, interaction and reaction.” Continue reading


Sep 15, 2009
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Live Stage: Sensory Response Systems [uk London]

noise=noise and Goldsmiths Digital Studios present Sensory Response Systems, a live DIY punk electronics performance by Ryan Jordan:: September 16, 2009; 6:00 p.m. :: Studio 3, Goldsmiths, New Cross, London, SE14 6NW.

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ovG9uaD7Za4&feature=channel_page[/youtube] Continue reading


Sep 14, 2009
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Tiny Noise Camp [de Cologne and Moers]

tnc1_web1.jpgTiny Noise Weekend in Cologne and Moers, Germany :: On New Music in Cologne, ZAM + nimm! in Moers as well as the international sound art platform Tiny Noise; a mini-festival called Tiny Noise Camp:: Thursday 15 October, 20:00 Tiny Noise [performances] @ KunstWerk, Deutz-Mülheim Straße 127 – 129, Cologne :: Saturday 17 October, from 14:00 and until 12:00 :: Sunday 18 October Tiny Noise Camp [open workshops + performances] @ Bollwerk 107, Moers :: 5 euros for one or both events.

This is a collaboration between independent curators Kyd Campbell[tiny noise], Thomas Glaesser[ZAM, Koln], Therese Schuleit[Koln], annie Buenker[Koln] and Boris Graue [Bollwerk107, Moers]. Continue reading


Sep 14, 2009
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