TIES 2014 — Toronto International Electroacoustic Symposium

Saturday, August 16, 2014
Event Title: TIES 2014 — Toronto International Electroacoustic Symposium
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TIES 2014 — Toronto International Electroacoustic Symposium
Toronto, 13–17 August 2014

Day 4 — Saturday 16 August
08:00–13:00 • Farmer’s Market in the Barns!

Every Saturday there is a lovely farmer’s market in the Wychwood Barns complex. A great place for some food to help you through another big day of papers and concert!
09:30–11:00 • Session #5: Approaches to Spectralism and Visuals

Venue: Wychwood Theatre
Chair: Shawn Pinchbeck

Spectralism and Microsound
by David Litke

Three Electroacoustic Artworks Exposing Digital Networks
by Aaron Hutchinson

Visual Suspension and Audiovisual Acousmatics: Noise and silence in visual music
by Joseph Hyde
10:00–15:00 • Installation

Venue: NAISA Space

Fernando Godoy Monsalve — Atacama: 22º 54\” 24\” S, 68º 12\” 25\” W

Programme notes and biographies for the Friday and Saturday evening Sound Travels concerts and for Monsalve’s installation can be found on the NAISA website and in the Sound Travels programme booklet.
11:00–11:15 • Coffee Break
11:15–12:45 • Session #6: Lecture-Recitals

Venue: Wychwood Theatre
Chair: Adam Tindale

[Lecture-Recital] “In Flight” and Audio Spray Gun: Generative composition of large sound-groups
by Richard Garrett

[Lecture-Recital] Resounding but not Sounding: Diffusing into interior spaces of instruments
by James O’Callaghan
12:45–14:30 • Lunch
14:30–15:30 • Symposium Concert #4

Venue: Wychwood Theatre
Host: Steven Naylor

Robert Normandeau — Anadliad (2010)
Sebastien Lavoie — Basketball Glitch (2013)
Kyle Vanderburg — Blueprints of Eternity (2012)
Daniel Courville — Harmonices Mundi (2014)
Michael Pounds — Hajiki [Pluck] (2010)
Alexandra Spence and Katrina Stamatopoulos — Wind Up Bird (2013), videomusic

See the TIES 2014 programme notes for work details and artist bios.
15:30–16:30 • Session #7: Historic Perspectives and Sound Landscapes

Venue: Wychwood Theatre
Chair: Emilie LeBel

Sound Landscape Memory
by Don Hill

Recreating Robb: The Sound of the world’s first electronic organ
by Michael Murphy and Max Cotter
16:30–17:30 • CEC AGM / AGA

Venue: Wychwood Theatre

Annual General Meeting of the CEC. Members are invited to attend. Non-members interested in the activities of the CEC are welcome to attend as observers / participants.
19:00–20:00 • Installation

Venue: NAISA Space

Fernando Godoy Monsalve — Atacama: 22º 54\” 24\” S, 68º 12\” 25\” W

Programme notes and biographies for the Friday and Saturday evening Sound Travels concerts and for Monsalve’s installation can be found on the NAISA website and in the Sound Travels programme booklet.
20:00–22:00 • Sound Travels Concert #2

Venue: Wychwood Theatre

Solo performance by Pauline Oliveros.

Programme notes and biographies for the Friday and Saturday evening Sound Travels concerts and for Monsalve’s installation can be found on the NAISA website and in the Sound Travels programme booklet.