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TransX Symposium Call for Submissions
December 15, 2014 @ 8:00 am - February 1, 2015 @ 11:55 pm
New Adventures in Sound Art (NAISA) is pleased to announce the 2015 edition of the TransX Transmission Art Symposium
May 22 – 24, 2015
We are now inviting submissions for papers, performances and workshops/tutorials:
For More Information https://naisa.ca/opportunities/calls-for-submissions/trans-x-call-for-submissions/
To Submit: https://naisa.ca/trans-x-submission-form/
The proceedings from the 2013 TransX Transmission Art Symposium are here: https://naisa.ca/symposia/trans-x/transx-2013-proceedings/
To listen to the presentations from the 2013 TransX Transmission Art Symposium go to: https://naisa.ca/media-archive/audio-archives/
The TransX Transmission Art Symposium, part of the Deep Wireless Festival of Radio & Transmission Art, will focus on Transmission Art, with particular interest in contributions that summarize, examine or reframe traditions and histories of transmission art practices, technology, education and pedagogy. Additionally, we are very interested in presentations that go beyond the local contingent to give a sense of how new technologies of international transmission activity might be experienced. Proposed presentations and performances that combine the themes of Transmission Art and “ Hear n o w Here” are also especially welcome (see submission details below)!
Rooted in the earliest experiments with radio, Transmission Art has continued to flourish into the 21st Century with experiments using wireless communications technology over the past 100 years, including the exploration of a variety of mobile-based platforms and lesser-known forms of transmission, such as VLF. The terrain of transmission art is dynamic and fluid, always open to redefinition.
The symposium will take place in Toronto at the Wychwood Theatre and NAISA’s facilities at the Artscape Wychwood Barns, from 22-24 May 2015.
As in preceding years, the symposium will include workshops, installations and performances also part of the annual Deep Wireless Festival of Radio and Transmission Art. At the heart of the symposium will be keynote lectures by Knut Aufermann and Sarah Washington.
All symposium contributions will be webcast live, and text proceedings will be published after the symposium on the NAISA web-site. Go to https://naisa.ca/symposia/trans-x/transx-2013-proceedings/ for the proceedings from the 2013 edition of the TransX Transmission Art Symposium. To listen to MP3s of past symposiums go to https://naisa.ca/media-archive/audio-archives/.
Please see below for specific guidelines on paper and performance submissions. We look forward to seeing you, your colleagues, collaborators and students in Toronto in May!
1 February Deadline for receipt of proposals @ 11:59 PM EST
28 February Notification of acceptance
15 March Attendance confirmation
31 March Symposium registration and submission of final materials.
22 May Symposium opening reception and performances
22–24 May Symposium sessions
23 May Deep Wireless Festival performance
Symposium registration fees (General): $70
Symposium registration fees (Student): $40
(both rates include admission to all performances)
Questions and requests for further information can be directed to:
Nadene Thériault-Copeland – firstname.lastname@example.org
TransX Transmission Art Symposium Co-Chair: Nadene Thériault-Copeland
TransX Transmission Art Symposium Co-Chair: Darren Copeland
Steve Bates, Independent artist
Anna Friz, radio artist and media studies scholar
Galen Joseph-Hunter, Executive Director Wave Farm
Katie Kehoe, independent artist
Tetsuo Kogawa, Radioartist, Media Critic, Director of Goethe Archive Tokyo
Eric Leonardson, School of the Art Institute Chicago
Christof Migone, University of Waterloo
Jim Ruxton, Director of Programs, Subtle Technologies Festival
Don Sinclair, York University
Jessica Thompson, University of Waterloo
Helen Thorington, Co-Director of New Radio and Performing Arts, Inc
Gregory Whitehead, radio artist, co-editor of Wireless Imagination
Elisabeth Zimmermann, Kunstradio