Seeing Sound will stream on YouTube from 13:00 Saturday 12th December GMT. If you registered, you’ll also have a link to a Zoom Webinar which will let you participate in our panel discussions and Q&A sessions.
What Now? At the end of a year we will all remember, Seeing Sound will host a special one-day online event. We aim to bring together those who have engaged with Seeing Sound and over the last decade with new participants, and ask: what now? for Seeing Sound, for our community and for our artform? The event will include panel discussions to plan positively for our future, and a curated set of presentations, screenings – both our own programme and an international programme curated by our special partners; and an online exhibition linked to the theme and beyond. The full schedule is here.
Seeing Sound is an informal practice-led symposium exploring multimedia work which foregrounds the relationship between sound and image. It explores areas such as visual music, abstract cinema, experimental animation, audiovisual performance and installation practice through paper sessions, screenings, performances and installations.
Image Credits: above – Collective Reality process showing with body>data>space, a Nesta FutureFest / University of Greenwich commission 2016. Banner image – from Continuum. Tarik Barri and Paul Jebanasam
Steering Group / Programming Committee:
Ricardo Dal Farra