[LAA] NIME 2014 London - Call for Proposals

Previous message: [thread] [date] [author]
Next message: [thread] [date] [author]
To: <linux-audio-announce@...>
Date: Monday, November 18, 2013 - 9:10 pm

--047d7b676fd0f1829c04eb727935
Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1

Hi all,

The New Interfaces for Musical Expression (NIME) conference comes to London
in 2014!
We would love to receive contributions from LAU community, and given the
LAC conference is around the same time, this make the chance for a great
summer of weird sounds!

Please see below the call for proposal and circulate as appropriate.

The Performance and Installation call for NIME 2014 is out now and the
deadline for submissions is in LESS THAN TWO WEEKS' TIME: 1st
December, with no late submissions accepted. We would therefore like
to encourage everyone to get thinking about what they might like to
present in this category!

For NIME 2014, we will be hosting performances and gigs in a variety
of venues around Central London. We plan to make some of these events
open to the public and are looking for really high quality
performances, from proven performers and makers.

We hope to include a diverse range of performances, and so are keen to
receive proposals which are out of the ordinary. For example, work
which focusses on the body in performance, such as the human voice,
the body in dance, or indeed music which makes audiences dance. We
also encourage works which challenge the conventions of NIME, such as
notions of liveness, or the role of notation, language or code in
performance. Historical perspectives on music performance technology
are also welcomed, for example work which combines computation with
textiles, augments traditional instruments, or draws on
complementarity with visual forms. With the increasing influence of
the maker movement, we also welcome proposals which include ad-hoc,
DIY and open source instruments.

If you have something you'd like to show in a less polished way, you
can simply tell us you'd like to show a 'performance demo' and these
will be most likely programmed in smaller venues closer to the
conference site.

The call can be viewed at the link below.
http://www.nime2014.org/call-for-participation/

If you have any questions, please contact the artistic committee here:
nime2014music@goldsmithsdigital.com

Hope to see some of you there!
best wishes,

--
Marco Donnarumma
New Media + Sonic Arts Practitioner, Performer, Teacher, Director.
Embodied Audio-Visual Interaction Research Team.
Department of Computing, Goldsmiths University of London
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Portfolio: http://marcodonnarumma.com
Research: http://res.marcodonnarumma.com
Director: http://www.liveperformersmeeting.net

--047d7b676fd0f1829c04eb727935
Content-Type: text/html; charset=ISO-8859-1
Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable

Hi all,
The New Interfaces for Musical Expression (NIME) co=
nference comes to London in 2014!We would love to receive contributions from LAU =
community, and given the LAC conference is around the same time, this make =
the chance for a great summer of weird sounds!

Please=
see below the call for proposal and circulate as appropriate.=A0
The Performance and In=
stallation call for NIME 2014 is out now and the
deadline for su=
bmissions is in LESS THAN TWO WEEKS' TIME: 1st

December, with no late submissions accepted. =A0We would therefore like=
to encour=
age everyone to get thinking about what they might like to

present in this =
category!For NIME 2014, we will be hosting performances and gigs in=
a varietyof venues around Central London. =A0We plan to make some of t=
hese events

open to the public and are looking for really high qualityperformances,=
from proven performers and makers.We hope to include a diverse range of per=
formances, and so are keen to

receive proposa=
ls which are out of the ordinary. For example, workwhich focusses on the body in performance, such a=
s the human voice,

the body in dan=
ce, or indeed music which makes audiences dance. We=
also encourage works whic=
h challenge the conventions of NIME, such as

notions of live=
ness, or the role of notation, language or code inperformance. Historical perspectives on music performance technology

are also welcom=
ed, for example work which combines computation withtextiles, augments traditional instruments, or d=
raws on

complementarity=
with visual forms. With the increasing influence ofthe maker movement, we also welcome proposals wh=
ich include ad-hoc,

DIY and open so=
urce instruments.
If you have something you'd like to show in a less polished way, yo=
ucan simply tell us you'd like to show a 'performance demo'=
and thesewill be most likely programmed in smaller venues closer to th=
e

conference site.The call can be viewed at the link below.=A0=A0http://www.nime2014.org/call-for-participation/

If you have any questions, pleas=
e contact the artistic committee here:

=A0=A0nime2014music@goldsmithsd=
igital.com

Hope to see some of you there!

best wishes,<=
/div>--Marco DonnarummaNew Media + Sonic Arts=
Practitioner, Performer, Teacher, Director.Embodied Audio-Visual Inter=
action Research Team.

Department of Computing, Goldsmiths University of London~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~=
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Portfolio: http://marcodonnarumma.comResearch: http://res.marcodonnarumma.com

Director: http://www.liveperformersmeeting.net

--047d7b676fd0f1829c04eb727935--

Previous message: [thread] [date] [author]
Next message: [thread] [date] [author]

Messages in current thread:
[linux-audio-announce] [ANN] xjadeo-0.4.0-rc1, Robin Gareus, (Thu Nov 30, 11:10 pm)
[LAA] NIME 2014 London - Call for Proposals, Marco Donnarumma, (Mon Nov 18, 9:10 pm)