EMUfest 2012

The VM (Visual Music) concert EMUfest in Rome 2012 where Pollen was screened. Below is a picture of the concert hall where the concert took place. The person speaking is Professor Nottoli, the festival director. Would also like to thank Wilfried Jentzsch for his continued passion and support for Visual Music works.

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.

www.redcat.com

REDCAT







Sounding Images - A SEAMUS / New Town Collaboration

The sound composer I work with Adam Stansbie sent me an email a few weeks ago as he usually does notifying me 'Pollen' music by Adam Stansbie and video by Vishal Shah has been selected for screening again :) at an electroacoustic event. Inspiration Information for me to do some more independent work. Some info below.

The digital era has matured into an art form transcending disciplines, genres and geography, as seen in videos from eight countries. Within its incredibly disparate genres and styles Sounding Images’ works hold in common seamless meshing of electro-acoustic music and electronically generated or enhanced imagery. From multi-national collaborations by artists at major international art centers to auteurs Mac-garreted in outlying cultural urbs and oases come eleven works of aesthetic and technical excellence, united only in their innovation and diversity. Beyond signifying the nascent adulthood of electronic inter-arts, Sounding Images’ works are an optimistic microcosm for international interconnectivity.

Funded in part by a grant from The Los Angeles County Arts Commission.

www.newtownarts.org

Programme

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

« Sinus Aestum » (2009) UK
, Bret Battey, Music & 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 & Video

« Camet Norte » (2009) Argentina, 
Elsa Justel, Music & Video

« White Noise » (2009) USA, 
Dennis Miller, Music & 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

Pollen in Basel, Switzerland

Pollen - a film by Vishal Shah, Sound by Adam Stansbie, was recently performed at Gare du Nord - Bahnhof fur Neue Musik in Basel Switzerland. Details below...

Concert Elektramusic
Gare Du Nord - Basel - Switzerland
03.03.2011 / 21:00pm
Electroacoustic Music & Video Art

Elektramusic is very happy to take the invitation of the Electronic Music Studio of the Music Academy in Basel (Switzerland) to give an electroacoustic music concert and video art works at 'Gare du Nord -
Bahnhof fûr Neue Musik' venue in Basel.

More info visit - garedunord.ch

Introduction:
Edgar Varese (1883-1965) : « Poème Electronique »
(video collaboration with Le Corbusier (1887-1965 - France / Suisse - 1958 - duration 8'00)

Concert:
Jon Christopher Nelson (b1960) : « Anger Stone »
(2006 - video collaboration by Dave Ryan - USA - duration 6’00)

Bérangère Maximin (b1976) : « Breath Cycle One »
(2006 - video collaboration by Michael Roulier - France - duration 7’40)

Stefano Scarani (b1966) & Julia Chiner (b1970) : « Nigredo »
(2008 - video by the composers - Italy - duration 8’05)

Adam Stansbie (b1981) : « Pollen »
(2008 - video collaboration by Vishal Shah - United Kingdom - duration 4’38)

Frédéric Kahn (b1966) : « Apokalyptica »
in three parts : Les Juges, Les Rois, Les Psaumes (work in progress - video collaboration by Thomas Bart - France - duration 10’20)

Pierre Paree-Blais (b1984) : « Spiralling »
(2010 - video by the composer - Canada - duration 8’10)

Delphine Measroch (b1980) & Nicolas Bernier (b1977) : « Orchid »
(2007 - video by the composers - Canada - duration 4’20)

Paul Clouvel (b1971) : « Canranc »
an evocation of an old and disused railway station… (video version 2010 - video by Michaela Schwentner - France / Austria - duration 12’00)

Pollen