INTIME 2013 – Adaptive and Assistive Technologies

19-20 October 2013

Keynote speaker: Nicolas Collins
Professor in the Department of Sound at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and author of ‘Handmade Electronic Music – The Art of Hardware Hacking’ (Routledge).

Call for Papers and Music
Interrogations Into Music Experimentation: Adaptive and Assistive Technologies

The focus of INTIME 2013 is technological development that aids, initialises and challenges the creative and performative within a range of experimental musics.

The event
The annual INTIME Symposium is a two-day symposium of papers and performances hosted by the INTIME music research group at Coventry University. The symposium seeks to discuss and theorise current practice in experimental music. It aims to deepen our understandings of existing and emerging repertoires and practices.

We welcome abstracts from researchers and practitioners for papers in fields such as, but not limited to, music composition, music performance, musicology, music history, music analysis and theory, ethnomusicology, music psychology, the philosophy of music and music education.

Themes this year will include adaptive/assistive technologies and digital/analogue augmentation of (non)musical instruments in the performance and creation of new music.
Type of submission

  • We welcome papers or lecture demonstrations: 20 minutes – plus 5 minutes questions 7 Minutes – plus 3 minutes questions
  • We are also calling for composers and performers who wish to present pieces. Composers will need to supply their own performers.

Deadline for abstracts: 12th July. Please submit online

Delegate Fees
Full – £95 (1 day – £65)  Student full – £40 (Student 1 day – £30)

Please note that this includes lunches and refreshments, but delegates will have to fund their own travel and accommodation.

For more information
Contact Julia Baron: (024 77 658 236)

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