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University of Aveiro, Department of Communication and Art (DeCA)
Campus de Santiago, 3810-193 Aveiro. Portugal

13th-17th November 2017

The International Conference Electroacoustic Winds 2017: SYNCHRESIS – Audio Vision Tales is organized by the Center of Electroacoustic Research (CIME), the Institute for Ethnomusicology – Research Center for Music and Dance (INET-MD), Research Institute in Design, Media and Culture (ID+) and DigiMedia – Digital Media and Interaction (CIC.Digital).

This conference seeks to establish bridges between Music Creation, Design & Soundscapes and New Media.

The eaw2017 SYNCHRESIS – Audio Vision Tales conference will focus on the relationship between sound and image, two different languages within the multimedia art form.  The technological tools to improve this relationship are the main focus of the proposed symposium; dialogical perspectives will be given center stage relevance and participants will be confronted with both technical-linguistic and aesthetic points of view, but also discussions on how technology is enabling these two mediums to merge, creating tools for manipulating and enhancing not only the artist’s creativity but also the audience’s immersion.

This audio-vision relationship has become a research focus for different authors in recent decades. However, in this field, as in others within the digital humanities realm, new assumptions and theories are created every time technology overcomes its constraints and presents a new paradigm.

Design and soundscapes aims to discuss and mirror interactions between and features of design, sound, silence and the potential to perceive space, place and time. Intending to enlarge the scope of the debate, Design and Soundscapes invites researchers, practitioners and performers to present theoretical frameworks and/or empirical studies that address these topics.

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Written by Jaime Munárriz

October 31, 2017 at 12:06 pm

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