Appel à communication : The Global Composition – Conference on Sound, Media and the Environment, date limite 30 mars 2012

De la part d’Anthony

Lieu et date du colloque : Allemagne, Darmstadt/Media Campus Dieburg, July 25-28, 2012
Keynote speakers: Bill Fontana (USA), Helmi Järviluoma Mäkelä (Fi), R. Murray Schafer
(CDN), Hildegard Westerkamp (CDN), and Lev Manovich (tbc).

Considering the world’s objects as instruments, its inhabitants as their players and all sounds on the globe taking place simultaneously, leads to the imagination of a global composition. Any audible phenomenon is part of this huge ongoing concert which includes all living beings and unites them in – mostly unintentional and uncoordinated – collaboration. Soundmakers, listeners and those, requesting sounds as a commodity, are part of a system and often one and the same person.

Principaux sujets attendus :

–     the idea of a collaborative and sustainable macro-soundscape or global composition
–     sound design/soundscape design/soundscape creation
–     influencing environmental sound – environmental sounds’ influences
–     methods of perceiving/analyzing/creating/reconstructing soundscapes
–     the role of technology and media in enhancing/obstructing sound(scape) awareness and critical listening
–     (media) ecological approaches as the basis for listening cultures
–     pedagogical aspects of listening
–     media aesthetic/media cultural education
–     recent research on environmental sound, acoustic ecology and related issues

Françoise Acquier

Chargée de ressources documentaires Equipe Cresson - UMR Ambiances Architectures Urbanités - Ecole Nationale Supérieure d'Architecture de Grenoble.

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