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EMF/SEAMUS/New Music World Professional Opportunities Compilation February 27, 2014 http://www.Green-Wave-Email.com/mailsrvc/html/201402270001901.html
SonicEffect.net Call for Proposals Seeking proposals for creative and/or practical projects that combine sound and digital networks (in the most inclusive sense of both terms) to gain fresh purchase on questions of human-technology coupling; projects that experiment with using sound to develop affective sensitivities to algorithmically abstracted data will be given special priority. A number of small contracts—typically ranging from $300 – $1,500 are available as seed money to support work in this area. Emphatically, the emphasis of this call is not to commission complete works but rather to assist in bringing projects to a beta-stage wherein they can be considered as objects/practices to think with. All you will be responsible for in this contract will be (1) providing web-appropriate documentation of the work for inclusion on www.soniceffect.net and (2) agreeing to discuss your work with me in an informal interview. This is a rolling deadline, with submissions considered in the order that they’re submitted. The initial criteria for assessment are fit and feasibility with respect to my abiding research considerations. The (subsequent) committee criteria are fit, feasibility, originality, and quality of supporting work. Please note: if you’ve an existing project that you think may be relevant to this research, please get in touch! I’d love to discuss your work with you and, if appropriate, link to your work and/or share documentation of it as this site grows.
Deadline: Submissions considered in the order that they’re submitted http://www.soniceffect.net/call
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