Call for Contributions – eContact! 16.4 — Experimental Practices and Subversion in Sound

subversive electronics

A Call for Contributions that may appeal to many of our readers.  If you don’t have something to submit, I’d recommend checking out the eContract! archive anyway. (JS)

The Canadian Electroacoustic Community’s (CEC) electronic journal eContact! is now accepting submissions for an issue exploring subversive, politically informed and experimental work, projects and practices in the larger realm of creation in sound and technologies.

Deadline: 31 May 2014
Publication: August 2014
More info and submission guidelines:

More info about the CEC:
http://cec.sonus.ca/about.html

eContact! 16.4 — Experimental Practices and Subversion in Sound

Call for Contributions

The Canadian Electroacoustic Community (CEC) is now accepting submissions for an upcoming issue of eContact!, the online journal for electroacoustics published four times a year by the CEC. eContact! 16.4 will showcase subversive, politically informed and experimental work, projects and practices in the larger realm of creation in sound and technologies. The CEC is pleased to have Karin Weissenbrunner as Guest Editor for eContact! 16.4.

The issue is open to the broadest range of contemporary and historical artistic practices that involve sound and technologies as an integral part of their creative process and presentation. Submissions which concern practices involving various media (i.e. not only electroacoustic and sound art practices) are also very welcome, as long as there is an important sonic component.

 

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