unnamed soundsculpture by Daniel Franke & Cedric Kiefer (film)

In April, 2017, Integra Contemporary & Electroacoustics presented their final event of the academic year, entitled Film, Sound & Space. Our concert showcased the hard work of the members of the ensemble: Digital Audio Arts students from the University of Lethbridge. In addition, we featured video, a 360° film, and a web browser-based graphic novel, among other pieces and improvisations.

I want to thank Daniel Franke and Cedric Kiefer for letting reinterpret the musical accompaniment to their original work, entitled unnamed soundsculpture: embodiment of sound (2012), and I want to acknowledge onformative.com for facilitating this collaboration.

For more information about the production of the film, go to:
onformative.com/work/unnamed-soundsculpture

Other Electroacoustic Ensemble videos at https://vimeo.com/album/2201064

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CrawlSpace by Bryn Hewko (360° film)

In April, 2017, Integra Contemporary & Electroacoustics presented their final event of the academic year, entitled Film, Sound & Space. Our concert showcased the hard work of the members of the ensemble: Digital Audio Arts students from the University of Lethbridge. In addition, we featured video, a 360° film, and a web browser-based graphic novel, among other pieces and improvisations.

I want to thank Bryn Hewko for permitting us to work with his 360° film, entitled CrawlSpace (2016), and I want to acknowledge the assistance of the New Media Department and “AGILITY” at uLethbridge. New Media supplied us with an Oculus Rift and AGILITY donated several uLethbridge-branded Google Cardboard for the participating audience.

The performance begins after a one-minute introduction.

Other Electroacoustic Ensemble videos at https://vimeo.com/album/2201064

Seldom Somber by David Schlatter (film)

In April, 2017, Integra Contemporary & Electroacoustics presented their final event of the academic year, entitled Film, Sound & Space. Our concert showcased the hard work of the members of the ensemble: Digital Audio Arts students from the University of Lethbridge. In addition, we featured video, a 360° film, and a web browser-based graphic novel, among other pieces and improvisations.

I want to thank David Schlatter for permitting us to work with his film, entitled Seldom Somber (2016), and I want to acknowledge the musicians of “Inside the Baxter Building” for facilitating this collaboration and inspiring me with their own musical setting of Seldom Somber.

Other Electroacoustic Ensemble videos at https://vimeo.com/album/2201064