How can movement and moving images take on musical characteristics? How do moving images reveal or disguise musical processes? Visualizing Music explores these questions with a range of creative and scholarly responses that involve research into audiovisual perception, the generation of new audiovisual compositions and analyses of performance, multimedia and interactive technology.
Music visualization is an ancient idea and is currently undergoing a renaissance. Neurocognitive research has revealed new understandings of how we process audiovisual stimuli—while digital technologies allow the coordination of audio and visual elements with unprecedented precision and vibrancy.
- Andrew Aycoth, Doctoral of Music Arts in Composition student, School of Music
- Samantha Burgess, Master of Arts student, School of Music
- Amelia Duplain, Master of Music student, School of Music
- Anna Gawboy, Associate Professor, School of Music
- Ben Shaheen, Doctoral of Music Arts in Percussion student, School of Music
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Visualizing Music is presented in partnership with Hybrid Arts Lab, a multi-venue learning lab that experiments with how art is imagined, made, viewed and understood within physical and digital spaces.
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