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ISEA2015: The 21st International Symposium on Electronic Art
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Monday, August 17 • 9:00am - 5:00pm
Resonance: Immersive Sound Works

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An exciting program of immersive sound works will be on display from 9:00am - 5:00pm daily in this devoted sound room. 

Artists:

Paul Thomas and Kevin Raxworthy, Korinsky (Abel, Carlo and Max Korinsky), Daria Baiocchi, Kristen Roos, Michael Dean, Antonio D’Amato, Julian Scordato, Frank Ekeberg, Gilles Fresnais, Gintas Kraptavičius, Michael Century, Motoki Ohkubo, Pedro F. Bericat, Hali Santamas, Donna Legault, Luis Valdivia, Joe Beedles, Doug Van Nort, and Giandomenico Paglia. 



Moderators
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Kate Armstrong

Director, Living Labs, Emily Carr University of Art + Design
Kate Armstrong is the Director of Living Labs at Emily Carr University of Art + Design, a research lab that builds projects and partnership models that use art and design as a mechanism for innovation and community building. In 2013 she founded Design for Startups, which works with accelerators to connect designers with early-stage teams. In addition to creating research partnerships with companies and organizations including Mozilla... Read More →
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Malcolm Levy

Artistic Director, ISEA 2015
Malcolm Levy is an artist and curator whose practice focuses on photography, video and further contemporary image making. | | Recent exhibitions include the Maraya Arts Park (Sharjah), CSA (Vancouver), Gallery 295 (Vancouver), Supermarkt (Berlin), Audain Gallery (Vancouver), Grim Museum (Berlin), Nuit Blanche (Toronto), the Burrard Arts Foundation (Vancouver), Transfer Gallery (New York) and WAAP (Vancouver). | | He was the... Read More →

Presenters
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Joe Beedles

I'm interested in utilising open software environments to allow for autonomous music to be produced under certain conditions and rules. Exploring the space between techno and unconventional electroacoustic music.
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Pedro F. Bericat

http://mase.es/author/pedro-bericat/ | http://www.mutesound.org/pedrobericat/ | http://moradasonica.blogspot.com.es/2015/06/podcast-programa-morada-sonica-candil_21.html
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Antonio D’Amato

He is intoxicated by music. He graduated at conservatory in Piano, Harpsichord, Music for multimedia, Music pedagogy and Electronic music. He also studied composition for eight years, bassoon for three years, baroque organ and audio engineering. In 2010 he was Ondes | Balance-Unbalance2015 International Conference, Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona, USA 2015 Page 1 of 2 | Paysage marin avec bateaux et hydravion. Author Name: Antonio... Read More →
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Gilles Fresnais

Member of the GRM from 1970 to 1974, Gilles Fresnais participated in the activities of the group headed by François Bayle as Guy Reibel’s Assistant who taught alongside Pierre Schaeffer in the electroacoustic music composition class and musical research at the Conservatoire national de musique in Paris. | | In 1971, as a composer Mr. Fresnais actively participated in producing the ‘’Autodafé” opera soundtrack and performances by... Read More →
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Gintas Kraptavičius

Sound Artist, Lithuanian Composers Union
Gintas K, a Lithuanian sound and | interdisciplinary artist living and working in Lithuania. Gintas has been a | part of Lithuanian | experimental music scene since 1994. He became known for his sound | manipulations, theatrical performances and conceptual art in the manner of | Fluxus. Nowadays Gintas is working | in the field of digital experimental and electroacoustic music. His | compositions are based on granulated sounds... Read More →
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Motoki Ohkubo

Master, IAMAS
Electroacoustic Music, Serial Composition using Body motion | | https://soundcloud.com/motokiohkubo
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Giandomenico Paglia

Bologna, Giandomenico Paglia
Giandomenico paglia is an italian artist who has in the multidisciplinarity his personal trait. He began playing guitar at the age of fourteen. He played in various bands in his city with a long activity of live performances. Following a strong creative and personal crisis, he leaves the music to experiment with new forms of expression. In the visual arts he finds the communication medium with which to continue his artistic career. With the use... Read More →
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Hali Santamas

Hali is a West Yorkshire based new media artist and sometimes a very amateur graphic designer. He currently creates immersive installation art based on memories and atmosphere using layered sound and still image inspired by artists such as Mount Eerie, Mark Rothko, Swans, Idris Khan and Tim Hecker. Although he can’t draw, he’s alright with a camera and can play a couple of instruments (sort of). Sometimes he works with video too.
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Julian Scordato

Julian Scordato is a composer, sound artist and music technologist. He studied Composition and Electronic Music at the Venice Conservatory of Music and specialized in Sound Art at the University of Barcelona. Founding member of the Arazzi Laptop Ensemble, he currently works as a Research Assistant for the SaMPL (Sound and Music Processing Lab) at the Padua Conservatory of Music. As an author and speaker, Scordato has participated in conferences... Read More →
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Paul Thomas

Director of Fine Art, UNSW Art & Design
Dr Paul Thomas, is Associate Professor and Director of the Fine Arts at, UNSW Art and Design. Thomas initiated and is the co-chair of the Transdisciplinary Imaging Conference series 2010, 2012 and 2014. In 2000 Paul instigated and was the founding Director of the Biennale of Electronic Arts Perth 2002, 2004. | Thomas is a pioneer of transdisciplinary practice. His work takes not only inspiration from nanoscience and quantum theory, but actually... Read More →


Monday August 17, 2015 9:00am - 5:00pm
Room 3420 Simon Fraser University (Goldcorp Centre for the Arts, 149 West Hastings Street, Vancouver, BC V6B 1H4, Canada)
  • Curator Kate Armstrong and Malcolm Levy

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