| DMU logo

Visible Bits, Audible Bytes

Location
Phoenix Square Film and Digital Media Centre
Date(s)
13/02/2013 (15:00-20:00)
Contact

Seminar: 3pm – 5pm
Concert and screening: 6.30pm - 8pm
Location: Phoenix Square seminar rooms and cinema

Concert tickets: £5 (£3 conc.) - seminar free entry
Call the Phoenix Square box office on 0116 242 2800 to reserve your free place on the afternoon seminar or to book a ticket for the concert - or book online| 


Description
Visible Bits, Audible Bytes

Visible Bits, Audible Bytes presents a series of talks and a concert of experimental film and audio-visual works that champion the soundtrack and explore the relationship between sound and the moving image. 

An afternoon seminar brings together three of the UK's leading practitioners to discuss their current work in restoring, creating and performing audio-visual works - Dr Joseph Hyde, Bath Spa University; Dr Mick Grierson, Goldsmiths College University of London; Dr Louise Harris, Kingston University. 

This is followed by a concert screening of works, curated to demonstrate the historical legacy of sound and image practice, bringing contemporary works and those from the BFI archives together in a diverse and rich programme.

Perpetual Motion (2011) - Andrew Hill
Trade Tattoo (1936) - Len Lye
Cs2 (2013) - Louise Harris
Delusions of Alien Control - Mick Grierson [Live Performance]
End Transmission (2012) - Jo Hyde
In Absentia (2000) - Quay Brothers & Karlheinz Stockhausen

The event has been curated by the Music, Technology and Innovation Research Centre (De Montfort University), in partnership with Phoenix. 

The afternoon talks are free and take place at Phoenix Square, 15:00-17:00.

The performance/screening will take place in Screen Two at Phoenix Square, 18:30-20:00. Ticket discounts are available to students.  

Search latest events

 
Technology Degree Show
Technology Degree Show

The Technology Degree Show highlights the work and achievements of our final year students.

DMU research news target area image
DMU research news

Read about our latest research efforts.

De Montfort Open Research Archive (DORA) target area image
De Montfort Open Research Archive (DORA)

De Montfort University's research repository.