Saint-Etienne – May 2019
False or repressed memory? Juxtaposition of perception and memory? A sign of previous life, an illusion, a temporal anomaly? The eternal return of the same? The feeling of déjà-vu intrigues both artists, philosophers and scientists.
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 this 2019 edition of the call for works to the phenomenon of deja vu in its different dimensions.
Theme: Deja vu
The theme of this call is Deja vu as it is represented in science and the arts in general, and in music in particular. The works must either take their inspiration from scientific knowledge, or apply this knowledge in their compositional process.
Two categories of works will be accepted:
1) sound works - stereo or multitrack
2) multimedia works - audiovisual
Diffusion of the works:
The selected works will be diffused during a multimedia concert on 16 May 2019 in the framework of the Art & Science Days in Saint-Etienne (15-18 May).
• This project is open to any composer, performer and sound artist.
• Any work that does not deal with the theme will not be selected.
• The duration of the work must be between 3 and 5 minutes maximum.
• The work must be free of any rights of reproduction and distribution under the obvious subject to copyright.
• The sound work (non compressed aiff format) in stereo or multichannel format (with its stereo version obligtory), or the multimedia work (multichannel audio with stero version; mov or avi format) should be sent via this specific form: http://www.musinfo.fr/index.php/en/creation/call-for-work/2019-call-for-work
• The work will be kept in the Sound Archives of Musinfo.
Participation in this project is approval of these terms and conditions.
• Deadline for sending the work is 17 March 2019 at midnight.
|Kay Abaño (Philippines / Spain) and Maria Ponce (Mexico)||
|Notes Across Time|
|Francesco Bossi (Italy)||
|Bâtons intérieurs minimaux|
|Cristian Fierbinteanu (Romania)||
|Konrad Handschuh (Poland)||
|Panayotis Kokoras (USA)||
|Richard Pressley (USA)||
|“…ailes sans plume”|
|Ruud Roelofsen (USA)||
|On intimacy II|
|Dimitrios Savva (Cyprus)||