ARTikulationen interweaves in-depth artistic research presentations, a festival character (intermezzi-performances), and a mini-symposium on the topic of research journeys between artistic and scholarly or scientific practices. Topics range from current acoustic, electroacoustic, and computer composition, historically informed and contemporary performance, to improvisation and theatre.
In this year’s issue of ARTikulationen 2021 there will be 6 doctoral research presentations: Rigorosa (viva voce presentations) by Artemi Gioti, Lula Romero and Emiliano Sampaio, plus mid-study presentations by Patrick Gusset, Lorelei Dowling and Feliz Anne Macahis. For the mini-symposium related to this year’s topical frame – Artistic Research Journeys – we collaborate with the contemporary music festival musikprotokoll in two discussion panels on Nomadic Crossings Between Art and Research, with Natasha Barrett (Oslo), Isabel Mundry (HMT München/ZHdK), Svetlana Maraš (Hochschule für Musik FHNW Basel), and Marko Ciciliani (KUG). Margaret Schedel (Stony Brook University), Martin Iddon (University of Leeds), and Simon Emmerson (De Montfort University) will give further talks. And the festival character appears not only through presentations in the form of examples from practice, but also in three intermezzi with contributions by doctoral candidates Jakob Stillmark, Elina Akselrud, Márcio Steuernagel, Daniele Pozzi, Agnė Dūkšaitė, Ilil Land-Boss, and Almog Segal, who contribute live and filmed performances.
We repeat last year’s successful combination of local and virtual presence (bidirectional hybrid onsite-online), adding live-streamed Rigorosa this year. Like last year also, the mid-study presentations are followed by feedback sessions with the full doctoral committees. As always, this is a discursive event with ample time for questions and discussions. Registration is free. The official opening will be on Thursday, 7 Oct, 10:30am; closing session will be on Saturday, 9 Oct, 2:30 pm.
Live events (by invitation and prior registration only) take place at Theater im Palais, Leonhardstraße 19, 8010 Graz.
Rigorosa will be streamed at https://vimeo.com/event/1314624.
Deniz Peters Christopher A. Williams Gerd Grupe
Feliz Anne Reyes Macahis
Epic is an intangible heritage that carries mythic and historical narratives, which reflect the people’s social realm, migration, and customary law. As the narrative ... more
In this presentation, I will discuss the results of my investigation. My project deals with the composition of musical works that are open ... more
This research explores the aesthetic and composition-technical implications of interactive compositions, i.e., musical works that involve mutual real-time adaptation between musicians and interactive computer ... more
The research project THE FUTURE OF THE EARTH: PREENACTING CLIMATE SCENARIOS tries to give the cause of climate change an experienced dimension and ... more
When I began my artist research topic on musical ways the contraforte could become a viable instrument for expanding the colour palette of twenty-first ... more
This artistic research focuses on music for jazz symphonic orchestra (JSO), a type of ensemble that mixes two important cultural traditions in music: the ... more
Contraforte, collaborations and borrowed theories
9 October 2021, 10:30
Agency and Distributed Creativity in Interactive Compositions
8 October 2021, 10:30
The Future Of The Earth
Preenacting Climate Scenarios
8 October 2021, 14:00
Practice, Research, Art, Metaphysics, again
8 October 2021, 18:00
Feliz Anne Reyes Macahis
Approaches in navigating Fabian Dalasay's Uwaeging and in composing Diwata
7 October 2021, 11:00
Openness and Identity through Spatialization
7 October 2021, 13:45
Restructuring Hierarchy Within and Between Jazz and Classical Orchestras
9 October 2021, 13:00
From Logo to Logopenic