Archive for November, 2010
This residency call is looking for projects involving : art, mobility, culture and audience participation. This might be of interest to some mobile sound artists so here is more detail from their website:
Call for Proposals: Shared Artist-in-Residence NIMk, Kitchen Budapest, Pervasive Media Studio & 5daysoff: Deadline extended to 20 November!
5daysoff, Pervasive Media Studio, Kitchen Budapest and NIMk launch an open call for a cross-European residency program.We’re looking for interesting artists seeking time and space to research, produce and present projects at the intersection of art, mobility and culture involving audience participation. The program will support early stage ideas that utilise pervasive technologies and free/open source software. This is a valuable opportunity to explore process and develop experimental works within four unique collaborative environments to be presented in public space and/or festival environments.
More information: http://nimk.nl/eng/call-for-proposals-shared-artist-in-residence
New Deadline is 20 November 2010.
5days off 2011 will feature an exhibition that focuses on art works questioning and examining new production methods: projects that were produced using online means for production and creation of content such as crowd sourcing, that challenge the notion of Read the rest of this entry »
The European Network for Cinema and Media Studies (NECS) has just published their call for papers and panels for the 2011 conference (23. June 2011 – 26. June 2011) that will take place in London, hosted by Birkbeck and King’s College, University of London. The theme is “Sonic Futures: Soundscapes and the Languages of Screen Media”, the deadline is the 31st of January, and here is some more detail from the website and the call for papers (see below):
Why is it that in space no one can hear you scream but everyone seems to be speaking English?
Contemporary media culture is as much a sonic and acoustic culture as it is a visual culture. Perhaps more than ever, sound carries cultural meaning, and the spaces we inhabit are soundscapes as much as landscapes and cityscapes. In the design of Read the rest of this entry »