11 février 2016
Music blog

Embodied Intelligence in Music – Live (EIM-live)

Call for Scores and Interactive/ Improvisational Environments

Embodied Intelligence in Music – Live (EIM-live)

Trans-disciplinary research in creative performance

EIM-Live is the meeting point of embodied cognition, artificial intelligence, music composition and performance, game and software philosophy, and R&D for the entertainment industry.

We are forming a new network of trans-disciplinary researchers and practitioners in computational intelligence, creative computing, embodied cognition in music, software philosophy, media cognition, computer game theory, composers, improvisers and performers.

We seek music scores or interactive-music performance environments that engage, or will stimulate this debate. The composition or improvisation can be performed by the composer, or with either of our core-instrumentalists (violin, oboe, piano). A Steinway D is available for the performance, and a full audio-visual technical infrastructure including a Genelec speaker system. The performance of selected works will be April 4th 2016 at De Montfort University, Leicester, UK.

To submit expressions of interest please complete this form: http://goo.gl/forms/7SmTavNZFE Deadline March 7th, 2016

More details at http://eim-live.our.dmu.ac.uk
We can not guarantee that we can support all submissions. There are no funds to cover any associated costs beyond technical support and resources at DMU.

EIM-Live is a HEIF funded project based at De Montfort University.