Palimpsest – audiovisual collaboration with Graeme Truslove – screened at the Hypersonica event in July at FIESP Cultural Centre, Sao Paulo as part of FILE 2012 (International Electronic Language Festival). Hypersonica “emphasizes musical, sonic, visual and performatic manifestations of electronic art presenting, among others, works by artists which will perform at the SESI-SP Theater.”
Two artworks Substratum and Palimpsest – audiovisual collaborations with composer Graeme Truslove – are included in the 2012 Media Art Show of the Electronic Literature Organization in Morgantown, WV, USA. “Electrifying Literature: Affordances and Constraints” curated by Dene Grigar and Sandy Baldwin runs in various venues across the city from the 20 – 23rd June.
The Sweet Old Etcetera has been featured as one of a number of digital literature works in the current edition of the bilingual (french/ english) publication Musiques & Cultures Digitales. This issue MCD #66 Machines d’écritures / Writing machines focuses on new machines/ new forms of writing in the digital age and is available to buy here.
Lightworks is a spectacular one-night international festival of film, sound and new media in Grimsby, and is organised by staff and students from Grimsby Institute’s HE creative courses.
This will be the third Lightworks annual event and will take place on Friday March 16th between 6pm and 10pm, with multiple projections and screens in and around Grimsby Minster.
Lightworks 2012 will exhibit a diverse range of sound and video work from over 60 artists chosen from an international open submission.
(Source: Lightworks press release)
‘Interstitial Articulations: Reflections on Audiovisual Collaborative Practice’
Alison Clifford/ Graeme Truslove
Paper/ artwork presentation at the 14th International Generative Art Conference in CRUI, Frescos Hall, Rome, 2011
Palimpsest – audiovisual collaboration with composer Graeme Truslove – is screening at the second edition of the “Seeing Sound” practice-led research symposium at the Centre for Musical Research at Bath Spa University on the 29th/ 30th October. The organisers write:
the event “foregrounds the relationship between sound and image” … this year’s edition “…will explore areas such as visual music, abstract cinema, experimental animation, audiovisual performance and installation work through paper sessions, screenings and performances.”
For further information or to view the programme please visit: http://www.seeingsound.co.uk
Palimpsest is a new audiovisual work commissioned by digital poet/ author Brian Stefans for SFMOMA. It forms part of his “Third Hand Plays” collection on electronic literature at SFMOMA’s Open Space blog. The piece is the second in a series of collaborations with composer Graeme Truslove exploring relationships between sound and image.
The series is based around reinterpretations of photographic light paintings in different contexts, investigating notions of the interstitial (or the space in-between things). “Palimpsest” re-imagines these ethereal light forms as physical objects modelled in 3D space as a virtual light sculpture. Sonic events then determine alternative paths and perspectives around the sculpture, rewriting our experience of it with each repetition of the audio.
Substratum – audiovisual collaboration with Graeme Truslove – is screening at the Hypersonica event at FIESP Cultural Centre, Sao Paulo as part of FILE 2011 (International Electronic Language Festival).
“…emphasizes musical, sonic, visual and performatic manifestations of electronic art. Selected screenings “exhibit audiovisual pieces which use digital means of production, such as visual music, animations and music videos.
In this edition, FILE Hypersonica presents, on July 19-22 from 8 pm at SESI-SP Theater, 4 nights of electronic sound experiments with 7 national and international artists who create new musical parameters.”
The Sweet Old Etcetera is one of the works featured in the Cibermuestra at “Soledades 2.0. No Moderno Artificio“ part of “Cosmopoetica 2011“ (Cordoba, Spain). Soledades 2.0 celebrates the 450th anniversary of Luis de Góngora, a 17th Century Cordoban baroque poet. “Soledades 2.0″ aims to connect the innovations that Góngora brought to the poetic discourse of the 17th century with the current tools that technology is now contributing to poetic creation.
The exhibition and symposium is on the 24, 25, 26 March in The Pepe Espaliú Art Centre, Cordoba.