CfP RE:SOUND Sound, Media and Art – Theories, Histories, Practices.

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Extended Call, Deadline: Nov. 10, 2018 MEDIA ART HISTORIES 2019 – RE:SOUND The 8thInternational Conference in the Histories of Media Art, Science and Technology. Aalborg University, Denmark, August 20-23, 2019 *** The 8th International Conference on the Histories of Media Art, Science and Technology – RE:SOUND – will be hosted by RELATE (Research Laboratory for Art and Technology), Aalborg University and will be held at the CREATE campus, Aalborg, Denmark, August 20-23, 2019 in partnership with the STRUER Sound Art Festival and CATCH – Center for Art & Tech in Elsinor. RE:SOUND will host four days with 10 tracks of paper sessions, panels, workshops, practice-based interventions, exhibitions, performances, poster sessions, a PhD workshop and keynotes. The tracks were generated based on the first call for topics contextualized under the wide…
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CfP 6th Ecrea Radio Research Section Conference „Radio as a Social Media“

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DEADLINE for abstract submissions: January 15, 2019 (18:00 hours Greenwich Mean Time) http://www.congressi.unisi.it/ecrea2019/ ECREA Radio Research Conference 2019: Radio as a Social Media: community, participation, public values in the platform society. 19-21 September 2019 University of Siena (Italy) The next conference of the Radio Research Section of ECREA will be held at the Department of Social, Political and Cognitive Sciences of the University of Siena, from 19 to 21 September 2019. The 2019 theme is: Radio as a Social/Convivial Media: community, participation, public values in the platform society. The topic In the age of platformization of culture (Nieborg & Poell 2018) every media is being turned into a digital platform and every audience is being datafied and commodified. What is the role of radio within this new media ecosystem? Tim…
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Last-Minute-Hinweis: CfP Sonologia – International Conference on Sound Studies in São Paulo

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CfP Deadline: Nov 1, 2018 by 11:59pm Pacific Standard Time (GMT -3)  This second edition of SONOLOGIA: International Conference on Sound Studies proposes the theme I/O. An acronym which, metaphorically mobilized, provides a powerful way of addressing the diverse and problematic relations between the “I” and the “other”, as well as “inside” and “outside”. By focusing on matters of alterity, subjectivities, limits, boundaries and crossings – either cultural, territorial or disciplinary – we invite papers devoted to particular and contingent relations that take to task hegemonic theories and practices in sound studies. Although the pairing of categories may indicate opposing notions, by retaining the slash [/] we intend to focus on inquiries that disrupt the limits of each category and suggest possible continuities, exchanges and intertwinements between the terms of…
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CfA: Participation in Auditory Culture (SoundEffects Journal)

CfA: Participation in Auditory Culture (SoundEffects Journal)

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The rising prominence of interactive media and technologies has brought about an increased scholarly interest in participatory phenomena. This issue of SoundEffects aims to put a sonic spin on participation studies and emphasize the dialogic and participatory aspects of auditory culture. Sound remaining a primary medium of human communication carries with it an urgency to be heard and answered, offering rich possibilities for participatory processes, whether technologically mediated or not, which nevertheless remain underexplored in contemporary sound studies. (mehr …)
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CfP: The Art of Record Production Conference 2019

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Extended deadline for submissions: October 12, 2018 (midnight US Eastern Time) The Art of Record Production Conference 2019 In C: Creation, Connectivity, Collaboration, and Controllers Berklee College of Music, Boston, U.S.A. May 17–19, 2019 Deadline for abstracts: September 28, 2018 (midnight, US Eastern Time) Notification of acceptance by October 29, 2018 Conference Themes Our title for the 14th Art of Record Production Conference is inspired by Terry Riley’s seminal, minimalist work "In C" (1964). When asked how he would describe the relationship between his drive to push technology to its limits in the 1960s and the musical possibilities that resulted, Riley replied that it was all driven by "the 'What if?' principles." This conference seeks to bring together scholars, artists, and innovators applying "What if?" principles to practice and research. Our…
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