Last year IAC and Region Skåne realised an open call ‘The potential of digitalisation for new artistic methods, techniques and forms of expression’, to improve the conditions for artistic creation through technical solutions. Taking departure in the granted projects, Region Skåne and IAC are now happy to invite you to the Dissemination Conference at IAC, on the 9th of December.
The conference will address questions such as how to collaborate on artistic development through streamed media, how to reinforce a creative “present moment” using sensors, avatars and biological modulation of music data, and how this can be used to improve conditions for inclusion and accessibility. The afternoon will focus on creative artistic development through software MaxMSP, how the role of interaction in art contexts can open up new ways of thinking about audience and how soundwalks can be used as a tool for exploring drama in public space.
The Dissemination Conference is an opportunity to learn more about experiences and knowledges gained from the projects. To get a deeper understanding on the role of Virtual Reality technologies for participatory performance, and scientific perspectives on the human mind in relation to the use of computational and artificial intelligence for expanded creativity, we are also very happy to welcome Dr Lisa May Thomas and Juan Sebastian Vassallo to lecture and participate in the discussions during the day.
09:00–09:30 Coffee in the IAC café. Showcase of interactive soundworks in the Black Room.
COLLABORATION AND INCLUSION – EXTENDED DIGITAL SPACES AND BODIES
Welcome Rosi Gerlach and Annelie Krell, Region Skåne.
Moderator Anna Lyrevik, Senior Lecturer Advisor to the vice-chancellor at Lund University.
09:50–10:35 Dr Lisa May Thomas, dance artist, researcher and film-maker. Designing participatory performance using Virtual Reality technology. Streamed presentation.
10:35–12:00 Emma Bexell Stanisic (Bombina Bombast) and Sophia Alexandersson (ShareMusic) in conversation with Karen Toftegaard. Rehearsing through avatars / Remote Performance to support inclusion and accessibility.
LOOK, LISTEN AND TOUCH – DIGITAL PATHS TO HIDDEN STORIES
13:00–14:00 Tim Bishop, artist and spatial sound designer, in conversation with Freja Andersson, film maker and artist. A presentation of interactive artistic works and a follow-up on the Exploring MaxMSP course.
14:00–14:30 Fredrik Olofsson, Berlin based composer, performer and video-artist. Artistic Constraints and a Pop-Up Sound Garden.
14:30–15:00 Coffee break
15:00–15:30 Alexandra Hill, Malmö Stadsteater. Digital paths for drama: Exploring theatre in public space with dramatized soundwalk. What happens when the theatre moves out of its safe space and integrates with the movement, smells and architecture in the city?
15:30–16:30 Juan Sebastián Vassallo, composer and PhD Candidate, University of Bergen. Outward threads: Computational artistic agency and the creative mind in contemporary music composition.
16:30 Closing remarks and future perspectives.
Photo: Emma Bexell Stanišić