Pollen at EMU fest 2012 Rome

I think I mentioned this a while ago but it's now for real and happening. Pollen music by Adam Stansbie, Dir by Vishal Shah is being screened at the EMU Fest 2012, Rome, at the Conservatorio Di Musica S. Cecilia, Via dei Greci, Rome, RM, Italy on the 11th October 2012. This programme is curated by Wilfred Jentzsch & Hiomi Shii. So if your out and about in Rome, Italy check it out...

Here's the programme...


ORE 15:30 -17:30   
AULA BIANCHINI   
CONSERVATORIO S. CECILIA
MASTERCLASS
LA MUSICA VISUALE 
Wilfried Jentzsch, Hiromi Ishii

ORE 17:30 -18:30   
SALA ACCADEMICA 
CONSERVATORIO S. CECILIA  
CONCERTO 9
OPERE DI  MUSICA VISUALE

“Echoing Spaces” (2009) [9'21'']
Audiovisuale
Denis Miller (Canada)

“Océanes” (2010/2011) [9'15'']
Audiovisuale
Jean Piché (USA)

“I´ve got a guy running” (2006) [7'12'']
Audiovisuale
Jonathon Kirk (USA)

“Kyotobells” (1994/2006) [10'48'']
Audiovisuale
Wilfried Jentzsch (Germania)

“A Tale of Wind” [9'42''] (2010)
Audiovisuale
Hiromi Ishii (Giappone)

“Pollen” (2008) [4'36'']
Audiovisuale
Adam Stansbie - musica /Vishal Shah - video (UK /India-UK)

“Mugenkei” (2007) [5'45'']
Audiovisuale
Wilfried Jentzsch - musica /Jean Detheux - video (Germania /Belgio)




SCREAM Festival 2011: Sounding Images

Few months ago I mentioned Pollen had been selected over 135 submissions worldwide :)
And now the time has come for the screening which will be held at the REDCAT - Roy And Edna Disney / Calarts Theater. Calart's Downtown Center For Innovative Visual, Performing And Media Arts.
This is just brilliant...

Programme Info:

Saturday, November 5, 2011

SCREAM Festival 2011: Sounding Images

Camet Notre
Video still from 'Camet Norte' (2009), by Elsa Justel.

Co-presented with the Southern California Resource for Electro-Acoustic Music and NewTown.
Electroacoustic music merges seamlessly with electronically generated or enhanced imagery in this screening of 11 international works—a program that attests to the ongoing maturation of an electronic “inter-arts” that transcends disciplines, genres and geographies. Whether created through collaborations between artists and technicians at major art centers, or by digitally savvy individual artmakers in faraway outposts, these composites of sound and image share in common aesthetic imagination and skillful technique.


Screening Includes:

Suspended Edges (2010), UK
 Monty Adkins, Music; Oliver Jones, Video

Sinus Aestum
(2009), UK 
Bret Battey, Music and Video

Apres Le Feu
(2010), France
 Arnaud Castagne, Music; Jacques Perconte, Video

Song Cycle for Haruki Murakami
(2007), USA
 Matthew Dotson, Music; Bart Woodstrup, Video

Sisyphe
(2008), France
 Francis Dhomont, Music; Ines Wickman, Video

Arlequi
(2009) , USA Brian Evans, Music and Video

Camet Norte
(2009), Argentina
 Elsa Justel, Music and Video

White Noise
(2009), USA 
Dennis Miller, Music and Video

Bloomy Girls
(2007), Brazil 
Joao Pedro Oliveira, Music; Takagi Masakatsu, Video

Mutations of Matter
(2008), Chile / Colombia 
Roque Rivas, Music; Carlos Franklin, Video

Pollen
(2009), UK
 Adam Stansbie, Music; Vishal Shah, Video


SCREAM Festival 2011 is a collaboration between NewTown and the Society for Electro-Acoustic Music in the United States (SEAMUS).
Funded in part by a grant from The Los Angeles County Arts Commission.

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REDCAT







'Seek Assistance' Understanding Visual Music 2011

Better late than never.  Both Vishal Shah and Adam Stanbie were surprised to hear that 'Seek Assistance' was screened at Understanding VISUAL Music 2011, Hexagram-Concordia Centre for Research Creation in Media Arts and Technologies in collaboration with the Department of Music CONCORDIA UNIVERSITY, Montreal - Canada. August 26th & 27th, 2011. Some hard hitters on the screening line up check it out...

www.uvm2011.hexagram.ca

Programme

DAY TWO - Saturday (August 27th)
       
9:00 Papers - session  #3
1.      Mark Franz - Composition and Improvisation in Time-Based Visual Performance
2.      Adrian Freed - Diverse Roles  of Objets Trouvés in Live Solo Visual Music Practice
3.      Jaroslaw Kapuscinski - Oli's Dream: Music of Common Sensibles

11:00 Break

11:15 Jean Piché (keynote) - This is not Cinema. Notes for an Emerging Art Form

12:00 Lunch

13:30 VISUAL MUSIC show #3 @ DB Clarke Theatre (curated by Dennis Miller - VM Marathon)
* All selections are from the Northeastern University Libraries Visual Music Special Collection.
1.      Stephanie Maxwell, images Allan Schindler, music - Time Streams (2003)
2.      Vishal Shah, images Adam Stansbie, music - Seek Assistance (2005)
3.      Jim Ellis, images Aksak Maboul, music - Whisper (1997)
4.      Damir Cucic, images Erich Maria Strom, music - Memory of the Tape (2007)
5.      Rebecca Ruige Xu, images YanJun Hua, music - Rain (2005)
6.      Betsy Kopmar, images The Headroom Project (Andreas Ecker), music - Night Fishing with Comorants (2009)
7.      Bret Battey - Sinus Aestum (2009)
8.      Kasumi, images James Lauer, music - UGOKU (excerpt) (2007)
9.      Brian Evans - Pipilo (2007) 
10.  Semiconductor (Ruth Jarman & Joseph Gerhardt) - 200 Nanowebbers (2005)
11.  Bum Lee, images Erik Satie, music - Sports and Diversions (2005/6)
12.  Tina Frank, images General Magic, music - Chronomops (2005)
13.  Karen Aqua, images Ken Field, music - Sensorium ( 2007)
14.  Brian O’Reilly, images Curtis Roads, music - Nanomorphosis (2003)
15.  Gerhard Daurer, images/music - add.value 5 more (2006)
16.  Jean Detheux, images Jean Derome, music - Machinalement (v.31) (2010)
17.  Eva M. Toth, images Gyorgy Kurtag Sr. & Jr., music - Lajka’s Memory (2004)

Visual Music with Dennis Miller

For those interested in Visual Music the film 'Seek Assistance' Dir. Vishal Shah, Sound. Adam Stansbie will be screened alongside other Visual Music films curated by Dennis Miller at The Knoll, Stanford University, USA. Details below about the screening.

An Evening of Visual Music with Dennis Miller

Date: Tue, 05.03.2011 - 8.00pm - 10.00pm
Location: CCRMA, The Knoll, Stanford University, USA
Event Type: Concert
Entry: Free

Dennis Miller, a visual music artist and scholar curates an evening of selections from Northeastern’s Visual Music Special Collection.

Come to see works by: Stephanie Maxwell, Vishal Shah / Adam Stansbie, Harvey Goldman / James Bohn, Jim Ellis / Aksak Maboul, Damir Cucic / Erich Maria Strom, Betsy Kopmar / The Headroom Project (Andreas Ecker), Bret Battey, Semiconductor (Ruth Jarman & Joseph Gerhardt), Brian Evans, Tina Frank / General Magic, Jean Detheux / Michael Oesterle, Bum Lee / Erik Satie, Karl Lemieux / Olivier Borzei, Gerhard Daurer, Eva M. Toth / Gyorgy Kurtag Sr., Gyorgy Kurtag Jr. and Dennis H. Miller.

More info visit - ccrma.stanford.edu

Visual Music - Seek Assistance