Call for Field Recordings
Field Work - Radio Program
AUDIBLE BODY. Throughout september we have themed around the audible human (and non-human) body, including vocalisations and surface recordings and compositions.
if anyone has appropriate recordings or compositions please send them to (Or reference direct an upload):
Adam Hulbert for Fieldwork
Building 1 UTS
1 Broadway Rd
Ultimo NSW 2007
Broadcast is sunday 10.30 - 12 (sydney time) on 2SER107.3, streamed on www.2ser.com
Read more: www.2ser.com
Worldwide Call for Submissions
LEA Special Issue: Wild Nature and the Digital Life
Guest Editors: Sue Thomas and Dene Grigar
The Leonardo Electronic Almanac (ISSN No: 1071-4391) is inviting papers [and artworks] themed around Wild Nature and the Digital Life.
Wild nature has traditionally been perceived as the preserve of the physical world and may seem to have little to do with the abstract spaces of the digital. But what can be described as “wild nature” at a time when much of the earth’s land is being annexed by cities, brought into production, and turned into tourist meccas or eco-excursions? How are humans reinventing “the wild” digitally? What is the relationship between humans and wild nature, and has it changed with
the advent of the computer technology? Is the notion of wild nature limited to the physical world, and if not, then where else can we find it? How do those who are most immersed in the digital integrate it with the physical?
While a critical response to these questions is highly encouraged, we are equally interested in the wide-angle view and in the intimate. Specifically, we welcome essays, interviews, reports and other genres of writing that speak to the ways in which we reconcile and integrate the relationship between wild nature and the digital life; that address the part that wild nature plays in our work; looks at the ways the functionality of our body in the digital compares with the way it works in the mountains, in the ocean, or other physical spaces; and
explores the changes that the wired life has brought about to our domestic and professional habitat, how it may have changed our health, or shifted our understanding of ecosystems and of other species on
this planet and elsewhere.
Topics of interest might include (but are not limited to):
- Projects combining art and natural history
- Art and nature collaborations
- Telematics and consciousness
- Historical context
- Connectedness studies
- Embodiment theory
- Emergence studies
- Anthropology and social networks
- Ecology and the environment
- Natural magic and spirituality
The twin conceptual territories of bits and atoms are closer than they may at first seem. This call invites papers and works that explore ways in which the wired sensibility has led us full circle towards an enhanced engagement with wild nature.
LEA encourages international artists / academics / researchers / students / practitioners / theorists to submit their proposals for consideration. We particularly encourage authors outside North America and Europe to send proposals for essays / artists statements.
As part of this special, LEA is looking to publish:
- Critical Essays
- Artist Statement/works in the LEA Gallery
- Bibliographies (a peer reviewed bibliography with key
texts/references in Digital Life)
- Academic Curriculum (LEA encourages academics conducting course programmes in this area to contact us)
Expressions of interest and outline should include:
- A brief description of proposed text (300 words)
- A brief author biography
- Any related URLs
- Contact details
In the subject heading of the email message, please use “Name of Artist/Project Title: LEA Wild Nature and Digital Life – Date Submitted”. Please cut and paste all text into body of email (without attachments). Detailed editorial guidelines at: http://mitpress2.mit.edu/ejournals/LEA/submit
Deadline for expressions of interest: 8 July 2005
Timeline (please note the timeline is subject to changes)
08 July 2005 - submission of abstracts
22 July 2005 - short-listed candidates informed
02 September 2005 - contributors to submit full papers for peer review
03 – 30 September 2005 – Peer Review Process
01 – 21 October 2005 – Authors to make changes
November 2005 – Ready to publish papers
Please send proposals or queries to:
Sue Thomas and Dene Grigar
CALL FOR PAPERS
The Society for Phenomenology and Media invites submissions for a special issue of Glimpse: Media Phenomena devoted to the theme of sound. Glimpse: Media Phenomena is a peer-reviewed, print journal that addresses 'mediation' as a political and philosophical problem of relations and connections. We invite submissions that examine the way that sound structures the environment and transforms sense. Topics include, but are not restricted to, the phenomenology of sound perception; the history of audio technology; sound and spiritual revelation; sonocytology and the sound of life; the relation between the auditory and other senses; acoustic ecology; the politics of noise and silence; sound poetry; sound in cinema; natural and artificial sound and fidelity in audile reproduction. We invite papers of 5000-7000 words, and shorter notes and comments of between 500 and 2000 words.
Deadline: September 1st, 2005.
Editor, Glimpse: Media Phenomena
Department of Sociology
Memorial University of Newfoundland,
St.John’s, Newfoundland, Canada
Fax: (709) 737-2075
Disappearing Soundmarks CD
We invite listeners in the UK and Ireland to submit audio recordings of endangered sounds that are special to you, your community or your locality.
For example, an endangered sound might be associated with a cultural event or a natural habitat that is declining or under threat.
The recordings should not exceed 5 minutes and should be submitted on an audio CD. Please ensure that you hold all rights to the material.
Please include your name, the location of the sound, the date and time of the recording and accompanying notes (250 words max.) describing the physical environment, why it is of value to you and what are the reasons for the sound becoming endangered.
Please send submissions to:
c/o Dr John Levack Drever
Music Department, Goldsmiths College,
University of London, New Cross, SE14 6NW, London, ENGLAND
Join YDC Session 2005 - Call for Participation
The session 2005 of the UNESCO Young Digital Creators (YDC) is to be launched early next year with the following three programmes:
The Sound of our Water
Creating water soundscapes with digital sound.
Youth Creating and Communicating on HIV/AIDS
Expressing oneself and reacting to HIV/AIDS issues via multimedia.
Scenes and Sounds of my City
Digitally audio-visualizing the past, present and future of urban environment. http://portal.unesco.org/culture
How to participate
Rules of Participation:
- 5 to 15 participating students (12-18 years old) per school/centre/club
- Teachers/local moderators with basic computer skills and dealing with the subjects of art, music, natural sciences, languages, history, geography, philosophy or ethics, etc
- Basic equipment 2-5 computers per school/centre with internet connection
The school/centre will have to send the Registration Form to: Doyun Lee (UNESCO YDC coordinator) email@example.com
tel: 33 1 45 68 43 72
fax: 33 1 45 68 55 89
Presentation of Artworks: The artworks, created by the young participants during session 2005, are to be exhibited and performed through international events such as:
- Ars Electronica (September 2005, Linz, Austria)
- Competition "Young Digital Creators Prize" at Computer Space (October 2005, Sofia, Bulgaria)
- World Summit on Information Society 2005 (November 2005, Tunisia
Twelfth International Congress on Sound and Vibration (ICSV12)
WFAE Endorsed Event
July 10-14, 2005
Download: informational flyer (PDF)
Web Info: http://www.icsv12.ist.utl.pt/
In and out of the sound studio
A conference at Concordia University, Montreal
July 25-29, 2005
A conference at Concordia University July 25-29, 2005, focusing on gender and sound technologies. Performances will take place at Concordia’s Oscar Peterson Hall, Studio XX, la Société des Arts Technologiques, and CKUT Radio. Conference participants will have the opportunity to attend academic panels as well as technical, aesthetic and professional sessions on working with sound technologies. During the conference, we will be doing initial production on a sound documentary about gendered practices in sound work. Interviews and audio recordings will take place during the conference, and a production room will be set up for ongoing editing throughout the event.
In and Out of the Sound Studio Conference
Dr. Andra McCartney
7141 Sherbrooke St. W.
Email to: firstname.lastname@example.org