SoundImageSound 10 - Call for intemedia and visual music composition works
January 30/31, 2014
Conservatory of Music ~ University of the Pacific ~ Stockton, California
Call for Works:
This year SoundImageSound celebrates its tenth season with presentations of works by artists who bridge sound and visual image in the creation of compositions sometimes referred to as visual music or intermedia. The festival again hosts an open submission process for new works by artists from around the globe.
In honor of its tenth season, SoundImageSound welcomes guest artist Jaroslaw Kapuscinski to the festival. Composer, performer, and intermedia artist, Kapuscinski is on the faculty of Stanford University where he directs the Intermedia Lab at CCRMA. During the festival he will speak about the creation of Linked Verse, an evening-length work that fuses sound and image. Its music is a concerto for cello, Japanese shō, and spatialized sound while its visual landscape is a live rendering of 3D projections by the OpenEndedGroup of New York City. Although Linked Verse will not be performed at the festival, other works by Kapuscinski will be presented at the Friday evening concert.
The opening night of the festival will feature a retrospective presentation of works spanning the last ten years.
Artists are encouraged to submit fixed media or live performance works for performance consideration.
For full details on the submission process ~