3rd of December 2019 – Royal Birmingham Conservatoire, Birmingham City University
Technology in Musical Performance (TiMP) is a forum for all who engage with electronics in live music performance. The symposium aims to stimulate discussion and collaboration between performers, composers, sound artists, practitioners, programmers, software developers and sound designers on musical performance with/mediated by technology.
Performative electronics is an area of music that is constantly evolving and developing. Among composers and practitioners, the desire to realise specific musical ideas leads to creative technological solutions. For new developments in music and live electronics to be thoroughly tested and evaluated, dialogue between creators and practitioners is vital.
The theme of the first edition of this one-day conference is Technology in Musical Performance. The focus of the theme is on the performance aspect of the relationship between the performer and the technology involved.
Original contributions are encouraged in, but not limited to, the following topics:
- Performance strategies
- (Mis)Appropriation of technology in music
- Relationships with technology
- Relationships mediated by technology
- Musical dialogue in/through technology
- Technology, technique & meaning
- Visibility of performance with technology
- Interactivity: static, dynamic…
- Motion: micro/macro gesture from performers perspective
- Performance: problems related / solutions involving technology
- Technology as a source of inspiration/creativity
We will accept submissions of new works in the following categories:
- Papers (15 mins)
- Performances (15 mins) + Papers (15 mins)
- Works in Progress
Requirements for abstracts, technical information, and downloadable templates can be found on the TiMP website: http://timp.integra.io
APPLICATION DEADLINE: 4 OCTOBER 2019
- 4 October 2019 – Abstract Submission Deadline
- 18 October 2019 – Notification of Acceptance
- 3 December 2019 – TiMP Conference
The conference is free to attend and will provide refreshments and a light lunch. Presenters and attendees are responsible for their own travel costs.
More info and application instructions at http://timp.integra.io
The TiMP Symposium is organised by the TiMP study group: Edmund Hunt, Hollie Harding, Joe Wright, Laura Farré Rozada and Niccolò Granieri, music practitioners of different disciplines brought together by their interest in exploring electronics as a part of musical performance.