CALL FOR WORKS
Deadline: 1 September 2018
What will soundscapes be like in the year 3018?
What will artificial intelligence's long-term impact on sound production be?
What will the inhabitants of the New Planet listen to?
From outer space, a leap into the future is a new call for works by electronicgirls in cooperation with SubSculture Arts Festival, 2018 edition. The aim of this open call is to showcase a selection of inspiring works based on their quality.
The call is open to:
A) Sound experimentalists and electronic/electroacoustic composers;
B) Netlabel dedicated to sound experimentations and electronic research that are distributing their works under Creative Commons licenses.
Selected artworks will be diffused through public listening during SubSculture Arts Festival, Bastione di S. Sofia, Treviso (Italy) on 8th September 2018 and collected in a digital release distributed for free on electronicgirls.org (release date: 10th September 2018).
HOW TO PARTICIPATE?
Sound experimentalists and electronic/electroacoustic composers
Send before 1 September 2018 to email@example.com:
your original track, especially composed for this occasion and inspired to the theme expressed in this call. The track must be composed by using electronic/electroacoustic/digital devices.
The length of the track must be not less than 4'33'' and it does not have to be longer than 9 minutes.
The track must be in mp3 format and saved as:
The track will be distributed for free on the web through Creative Commons licenses (BY-NC-ND-SA).
We ask you to send us a short biographical note (max. 250 characters, space included) TXT format.
Netlabel distributing their works under Creative Commons licenses
Netlabels are invited to submit playlists with Creative Commons tracks inspired by the themes of space and future.
Send before 1 September 2018 a zip folder via wetransfer.com to firstname.lastname@example.org containing:
- your tracks in mp3 (you can also send us a long mix in one track)
- the netlabel's short biographical note, TXT format, max. 250 characters plus your link
- netlabel's logo