The In/Out Festival of Digital Performance is happening soon and the organizers have recently opened their call for submissions. Last year when Ostracon performed at the festival we had a great time and really enjoyed the speakers and performers curated for the event. Here are the details from the In/Out site.
In/Out is searching for musicians, visual artists, dancers, and performers who have integrated digital technologies into their work. From building custom controllers or software to the users of new technology, we want to hear from you! Submit a brief description of your performance along with a sample of your work.
All written materials must be in PDF format. Also, if available, please include hyperlinks to all multi-media materials (ie: videos of performances, demos, audio samples, etc…)
Workshops + Lectures
Help motivate the vanguard by leading a workshop in new media for audio/video performance. Past workshops have included: works in Jitter and Reaktor, building soft circuits, code driven music composition with Processing, a lecture on glitch and it’s use in art, how to run an open source business, and more. In/Out is especially interested in hands on, kit based, and introductory workshops. Please submit a brief description of what you would like to teach or share, along with any work you have done, are doing, or will do in the field.
All written materials must be in PDF format. Also, if available, please include hyperlinks to all multi-media materials (ie: videos of performances, demos, instructionals, etc…)
Deadline for proposals: July 25, 2011
All submissions can be sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Here’s a segment of sound from the Ostracon set at last years in/Out festival.
Segment of GMS from In Out