Symposium on Artistic Research – Marko Ciciliani & Barbara Lüneburg

Centre for Research in Music (CRiM - Iceland University of the Arts) in collaboration with Dark Music Days and Phonemes Concert Series (Hljóðön) organises a symposium on artistic research in music.

The symposium takes place on Thursday January 31 at 1pm-3pm in Room S304 at the Department of Music, Iceland University of the Arts, Skipholt 31.

Chaired by Einar Torfi Einarsson (IUA)


Phonemes Concert Series guests, Dr. Marko Ciciliani amd Dr. Barbara Lüneburg, will introduce their artistic research projects GAPPP abd TransCoding. Both are long term research projects that bring together a team of artists and specialists delivering both artworks and articles

GAPPP, (Gamified Audiovisual Performance and Performance Practice) project led by Marko Ciciliani explores the computer game environment in relation to audio-visual composition and performance, focusing on new relationships between performers and audience as well as between performance space and virtual space.

TransCoding TransCoding–From ‘Highbrow Art’ to Participatory Culture, was a research project than ran from 2014-2017 under the supervision of Barbara Lüneburg. The project focused on reaching new audience for new music/art through methods of participatory art, social media and sociocultural theories.

Both projects are based at the University of Music and Performing Arts in Graz and were funded by the Austrian Science Fund.

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