Third call for work for composers and multimedia artists
Composers have always looked for links between the world surrounding them and the world they build. They seek rules and components in order to build their own universe. They seek the basic elements, the construction elements as the ones they see around them.
As part of the Art & Science Days, Musinfo proposes to composers and artists from around the world to participate in a call for a sound or multimedia work.
We dedicate the 2016 Call for work to the elements of nature, to the scientific or imaginary elements, to the elements of sound and music.
Art & Science Days 2016 Concerts
The Elements – Bourges (France) – 2, 3 June
Cinéma de la Maison de la Culture de Bourges
Projection of multimedia works realized by artists from around the World. This is the opportunity to dive into different sound and visual universes, to explore the various visions these artists may have on the common theme “the Elements”.
How about yourselves? What does this theme represent to you? A discussion on your impressions will be proposed at the end of the concert in a convivial framework.
Call for Work – selected works, concert programme:
Francesco Bossi (Italy) : Urban Landscape Fractures – Milano
Alejandro Casales (Mexico) : Cyhos
Michael Olson (USA) : Emergence
Christopher Coleman (Hong Kong) : Greater Than
Timothy Tan (Singapore) : Parasol
Tony Doyle (Great Britain) : SPS Etude 5.1
Alejandro Casales (Mexico) : MOD
Phivos-Angelos Kollias (France/Greece) : And If…
Rob Godman Faraday (Great Britain) : Waves
Reuben Jelleyman (New Zealand) : Nucleosynthesis
Roberto Zanata (Italy) : START – UP
Rocío Cano Valiño (Argentina) : Catarsis Sinusoidal
Julian Scordato (Italy) : Pulsion X
Andrés Lewin-Richter (Spain) : Cordes (The Cocktail Party Effect)
Gerardo De Pasquale (Italy) : SGUARDO SOSPESO – RIFRAZIONI
João Pedro Oliveira (Brasil) : Hydatos