INTERNATIONAL CALL FOR
ACOUSMATIC STEREO WORKS
Ars Electronica Forum Wallis 2016 has had an overwhelming
response to its
2016 International Call for Acousmatic Works: 289 entries from 45
The standard of works we received was exceptionally
high, for this reason
the number of chosen compositions has been risen.
We are very proud to announce that the following works
have been chosen to be performed May 13th and 14th, 2016,
at Schloss Leuk during Swiss Contemporary Music Festival Forum Wallis.
(in alphabetical order)
Andean, James, 'déchirure'
Bouckaert, Laurence, 'Mémoires de femmes, paysage, passage'
Chamizo, Mikel, 'Nieve'
Chase, Nicholas, 'Dance Haiku 1.1, 1.2 & 2.3'
Clemente, Manfredi, 'Les dimensions du réel'
Fleisher, Robert 'Loretto Alfresco'
Gedosh, Dave, 'Guitar Construction #2: Progressive Fracture'
Giger, Jannik, 'blind' - 'fragmentum II'
Halka, Charles, 'Live Bass Improv'
Karamanlis, Orestis, 'Toys'
Lilly, Stephen '...in a shower of all my days...'
Michaels, Joseph, 'Ein geschlossener Waffenstillstand'
Michon, Alain, 'Eau de feu'
Molteni, Marco, 'Rubber, Lime & Glue (ePWsM 04)'
Nardelli, Mirjana, 'There is Nothing Left to Fear'
Nichols, John, 'Nothing That Breathes'
Otani, Yasuhiro, 'nOt well Nothing noT Almost'
Payeur, Emilie, 'Fumes'
Roessler, Leonie, 'Stop en Luister, Den Haag! (Stop and Listen, The
Schunk, Christoffer, 'Until No Longer Effective'
Streiff, Peter, 'Chronos-Kairos (1972)'
Sterling Smith, Michael, 'Ictus'
Taylor, Phil, 'Pathways'
Wen, Bihe, 'Regression'
The Ars Electronica Forum Wallis 2016 Team would like
to extend its sincerest thanks to all entrants.
We also hope that you will consider applying again
for the next edition of our International Call in 2017.
13 May 2016 - 22h
PROGRAM AS PDF
14 May 2016 - 21h30
PROGRAM AS PDF