Totally Huge New Music Festival

Totally Huge New Music Festival 2007

Totally Huge New Music Festival Conference 2007

Conference Program 2007

Friday 27 April – Sunday 29 April


Friday 27 April  Luna Cinemas Leederville

6.00 pm

6.30 pm
Official Welcome

7.00 pm
Festival Performance/Screenings
Philip Brophy, Martin Wesley-Smith and Michel van der

Sat 28th April WAAPA @ ECU

9.00 am
Registration 1st Floor Building 3

10.00 am
Key Note 1: Michel van der Aa (Netherlands)
The Use of New Media in Contemporary Composition

11.00 am

Session 1

11.20 am
Darren Jorgensen
Dept Architecture, Landscape and Visual Art, The University of Western Australia
Australia The Marvellous in Sylvie and Babs’ Hi-Fi Companion

11.45 am
Dr Jonathan Marshall
Research Fellow, WAAPA, ECU
The Spectacle of Site & the Sound Installations of Wax Sound Media (David Chesworth, Sonia Leber)

12.10 pm
Jane Davidson
Callaway/Tunley Chair of Music, University of Western Australia; Chair in Music Performance Studies at University of Sheffield
Alex Delgado’s Death & the Madman

12.30 pm

Session 2 (Music Auditorium)

1.30 pm
Ross Bolleter (WA)

2.05 pm
Dorothy Ker
Research Fellow at the University of Sheffield
Performance in Transit: investigating space through intermedial practice

2.30 pm
Patrick Shepherd
Lecturer in Music Education and Professional Studies, College of Education, University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand
Interpreting the Visual Experience in Sound: An Artist’s Experience in Antarctica

2.50 pm

Session 3

Petra Stump & Heinz-Peter Linshalm  (Duo Stump-Linshalm – Austria)
Perth, 28.04.07

3.50 pm
Roundtable 1
Dr Jonathan Marshall (Chair) – Post Doctoral Research Fellow, WAAPA, ECU; Stewart Smith – Head of Classical Music, WAAPA, ECU; Dr Jonathan Paget – Music lecturer, WAAPA, ECU; Dr Nien Schwarz – Head of Visual Art, SCCA, ECU
The Eye & Ear of the Beholder: the relation of 20th century visual arts to music

4.20 pm

4.30 pm

Evening Program

8.00 pm
Concert: WASO @ The Art Gallery of WA
Brett Dean, Andrew Ford, Michel van der Aa
Sonic Sights

10.00 pm
Totally Huge Festival Club  @ The Bakery
Dave Brown, Robin Fox and Philip Brophy
Bake It Up

Sun 29th April PICA

9.00 am

10.00 am
Keynote 2: Philip Brophy (Australia)
Pseudo Soundtracks: The Myth of Inventive Audiovision in Experimental Cinema

10.45 am

Session 1

11.15 am
Cat Hope
Head of Composition at WAAPA @ ECU, PhD FA candidate RMIT Melbourne
The bottom end of cinema – low frequency effects in soundtrack composition

11.40 am
Dr Paul Thomas
Senior Lecture, Co-ordinator Studio for Electronic Arts (SEA), Co-ordinator Master of Electronic Art, Curtin University of Technology

12.05 pm
Lindsay Vickery
Head of School – Contemporary Music, Faculty of Performing Arts and Integrated Studies, LASALLE College of the Arts, Singapore
Sampling Time – representing non-linear time in interactive video. Music as animation

12.30 pm
Dr Martin Wesley-Smith
AM, ex-Director, Electronic Music Studio, Sydney Conservatorium of Music
Sound and Image, and Politics

1.00 pm

Session 2

2.00 pm
Robin Fox
“Look! Hear the Smell” the history of synaesthesia based artistic research and it’s current resurgence.

2.25 pm
Roundtable 2
Tanja Visosevic, Roly Skender, Tristan Fidler, Wendy Graham, Chris McCormick. Chair : Cat Hope
SONIC PIXELS – Shaping the digital – music for video applications.

3.00 pm
Claire Norelli
Composition Student, WAAPA @ ECU
Suburban Dread – The Music of Angelo Badalamenti in The Films of David Lynch.

3.20 pm

Session 3

3.45 pm
Bruce Mowson
PhD Candidate, RMIT University
Sound, Transience and Presence.

4.10 pm
Andrew Ford (Syd)
Composer, Writer, Broadcaster
Music as animation

4.35 pm

4.50 pm
Closing Remarks

5.00 pm

Evening Program

7.00 pm
Concert:  Quito @ The Art Gallery of WA
Martin Wesley-Smith Retrospective

9.00 pm
Afters & Conference Finale @ PICA