Composers, performers, and media artists from around the globe come together for three days of experimental sound art and multimedia at the first New York City Electroacoustic Music Festival, April 2-4 at the CUNY Graduate Center, Galapagos Arts Space, The Tank, and Harvestworks Digital Media Arts Center.
NYCEMF will showcase over 120 new works, installations, and papers during the festival, representing the fascinating and wide range of artistic mischief that can occur when musicians play with machines.
For more information, please go to http://www.nycemf.org
NYCEMF is supported in part by Harvestworks and the CUNY New Media Lab. Our special thanks go to Steve Brier, Joshua Brown, and Andrea Vasquez of the CUNY New Media Lab, and to David Olan of the Graduate Center Music Department. Read all about this project
Signal bij de Rotte
During this landscape opera, the audience walks along the Rotte in Prinsenmolenpark: a narrow green strip and a unique urban nature reserve close to Rotte in Hillegersberg.
Signal at Dusk
Cryptic connect land and sea with sound in Signal at Dusk, a captivating, boundary-crossing coastal opera set against the transitioning sunset sky by Dutch duo Strijbos & Van Rijswijk.
Your Trembling Mile
This summer we will guide the audience through sound installations in the city of 'S Hertogenbosch NL during Festival Boulevard. Our soundtrack and walkscape 'Your Trembling Mile' takes you past parks, buildings and other public spaces that we literally cover with sounds.
Signal in Graz
Based on our landscape opera Signal and in preparation for a large-scale project together with La Strada Graz and the Festival of Regions in Upper Austria next year, we are developing a sound art work especially for our city in this time of challenges due to corona.