• Date
        May 26, 2017

        Arturo Higa Taira

        Peru
        Artist, curator, educator, works internationally on collaborative art & science & technology projects. The changing perception of the human body and its environment as well as paradigm shifts in contemporary art shape the focus of her projects. She has exhibited widely, won awards for her artwork and has lead and participated in workshops, forums and festivals worldwide. Czegledy curated numerous international touring projects and published extensively. Czegledy is a Senior Fellow, KMDI, University of Toronto; Associate Adjunct Professor Concordia University, Montreal; Senior Fellow, Hungarian University of Fine Arts, Budapest; member of the Leonardo/ISAST Governing Board, member of Observatoire Leonardo des Arts des Techno-Sciences OLATS, Research Fellow Intercreate org, New Zealand, Board Member, Year Zero 01, Toronto and contributing editor to LEA, the Leonardo Electronic Almanac.  
        http://www.ninaczegledy.net/
      • Date
        May 26, 2017

        Ake Parmerud

        Sweden
        Parmerud has been working with music and multimedia art since the late 1970s. Having trained as a photographer between 1972-1974, he studied music at university and later at the Gothenburg Conservatory of Music, Sweden. His list of works includes instrumental music, electroacoustic compositions, multimedia, interactive video art, and music for theatre, dance, and film. He is one of the most awarded composers of electroacoustic music since 1978, when his work "Cercanías" received first prize at the Synthese International Music Festival in Bourges, France. Parmerud also works as a theater actor, making live electroacoustic music with different types of interactive instruments. During the 1980s and late 1990s he worked extensively with composer Anders Blomqvist, performances including fireworks.    
        http://www.parmerud.com/
      • Date
        May 26, 2017

        Ricardo Dalfarra

        Argentina - Canada
        PhD in Study and Practice of the Arts, UQAM-Canada. Composer and multimedia artist. He is director of the Hexagram-Concordia Center for Research/Creation in Media Arts and Technology and professor at Concordia University, Canada, and director of the Center for Experimentation and Research in Electronic Arts (CEIArtE) at the National University of Tres de Febrero, Argentina. He has been a consultant to UNESCO, France; director of the Multimedia Communication Area of the Ministry of Education of the Nation in Argentina, and coordinator of DOCAM-Documentation and Conservation of the Media Arts Heritage in Canada. His electroacoustic works have been presented in more than 40 countries and recorded in 20 international editions. He created the Electroacoustic Music Archive of Latin American Composers at The Daniel Langlois Foundation for Art, Science and Technology.
      • Date
        May 26, 2017

        Fabian Esteban Luna, Jose Miguel Candela, Ricardo de Armas, Eduardo Kacheli, Raul Minsburg

        Argentina - Chile
        Octubre Liberador was composed jointly by the five named composers, who adopted the guidelines of the so-called Poliedro Online System [ www.poliedronline.blogspot.com . The composition was conceived to be explicitly re-mixed via the Internet. PERFORMERS (for the night of the concert) Ana Maria Romano (Colombia) and Fabian Esteban Luna (Argentina). They will perform a remixed interpretation of the piece in unison.    
        www.poliedronline.blogspot.com
      • Date
        May 26, 2017

        lance putnam

        United Kingdom
        Computing Department, Goldsmiths, University of London
        http://www.mat.ucsb.edu/~l.putnam/
        http://www.mutatorvr.com/

        Lance Putnam is a composer with an interest in generative art, audiovisual synthesis, and digital sound synthesis. His work explores questions regarding the relationships between sound and graphics, symmetry in art and science, and movement as a spatiotemporal concept. He has an MA in Electronic Music and Sound Design and a Ph.D. in Media Arts and Technology from the Media Arts and Technology program at the University of California, Santa Barbara. His dissertation "The Harmonic Pattern Function: A Mathematical Model Integrating the Synthesis of Graphic Patterns of Sound" was selected for Leonardo's Journal LABS 2016 Top Ranked Abstracts.
      • Date
        May 26, 2017

        Daniel Belton and Good Company

        New Zealand
        The Soma Songs project brings together a group of acclaimed artists and designers from performance, visual, sound, textile and film genres. Fusing digital dance, choreographic screen processes with architectural cinema and sound, the project develops an electro-shamanic ethos. We trace our stories of architecture from the first attempts to capture and hold space with stone. The skeletons of stone structures have sat with us for millennia. Light is both wave and particle. Light has consciousness. In Soma Songs we conduct this energy and its resulting memory. This developing AV live set (presented last year at PQ11), will be performed by Artistic Director, Daniel Belton. Live video layering and scrolling from Final Cut Pro working a custom system, with sound layering through Ableton incorporating live instrumentation from the Tuning Forks Eight Octave. Daniel Belton and Good Company © 2005-12.          
        www.goodcompanyarts.com
      • Date
        May 26, 2017

        Juliet Sepich

        Argentina
        The talk will go through the resources of style and themes that are evident in current productions, from the viewing of audiovisual fragments.      
        http://www.experimentaclub.com/blog/?tag=julieta-sepich
      • Date
        May 26, 2017
        Pablo Salomone Argentina From different theoretical and conceptual approaches, the workshop intends to work on the edition of contents that can build modules of different complexity. From simple graphics to infographics, going to megagraphics and interactive simulators. http://comunidad.catedrasalomone.com/
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