Marko Ciciliani – Composing in Expanded Fields

Wednesday 6 April, 12-2pm [online via Minerva]

Since almost two decades my compositions often included visual components. While for a long time I focused on specific relationships between the visual and sonic layer – audiovisual composition in a strict sense – in more recent works the inclusion of other disciplines led me to abandon standard concert formats and to explore hybrids between concerts, performances and installations.  In my talk I am going to present some recent projects where the questions, how a particular encounter between audience members and aspects of the work could be designed in aesthetically meaningful ways. Beyond the sonic and the visual also elements such as ergodic and transmedia storytelling, or the co-presence of virtual and physical performance spaces became significant.

For more information about Marko, please see his website

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