November 16, 2013
University of California, Santa Barbara
11 am, CSNI, Elings Hall, Lab 2611
"To further the development of new modes and technologies for representation and creation in the field of Visual Music, MAT, CVM and Corwin Chair present a one-day symposium investigating the aesthetics, techniques and histories of visual music. The event at UCSB includes a series of 20 minute talks by invited presenters, plus short screenings of historical and contemporary visual music films. Presenters include Clarence Barlow, Cindy Keefer, Jack Ox, Casey Mongoven, and special guest Barbara Fischinger."
11 am Welcome remarks by Clarence Barlow, UCSB; Introduction to program by Cindy Keefer, Center for Visual Music, plus 2 opening short films.
Jack Ox, University of New Mexico/CVM: Cruising through 35 years of visualizing music
Clarence Barlow, Corwin Chair, UCSB Dept. of Music: On the visualization of sound and the sonification of the visual in my work
12:10 Short Film program, Visual Music Classics 1 - Early Experiments
12:45 - 1:00 Short Film program, Visual Music Classics 2 – Color and Form
Casey Mongoven, Lecturer, UCSB, Aesthetic Effect of Providing Synchronized Visualizations with Sonifications
1:30 - 2:30 Lunch, on your own
Cindy Keefer, Director, Center for Visual Music: Light Scores, Color Organs and Expanded Cinema: An introduction to the Archives of Center for Visual Music
Barbara Fischinger, Fischinger Trust/CVM: Oskar Fischinger - Synchronizing Music and Films