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New Adventures in Sound Art says
NAISA is pleased to announce the 5th edition of the TransX Transmission Art Symposium, running February 16-19 2017 at Geary Lane in Toronto plus special presentations at DisPersion Lab and inter/access.

The symposium will include panel discussions, paper presentations, and performances, as well as a full day of workshops as part of the annual Deep Wireless Festival of Radio & Transmission Art. Rooted in the earliest experiments with radio, Transmission Art has continued to flourish into the 21st Century with experiments using wireless communications technology over the past 100 years, including the exploration of a variety of mobile-based platforms such as GPS, phone apps, bluetooth and WiFi communication, as well as lesser-known forms of transmission, such as VLF.

Schedule Summary

Day 1 — Thursday 16 February 2017

16:00–17:30 • Symposium Concert #1
Venue: DisPerSion Lab, Room 334, Goldfarb Centre for Fine Arts, York University, Toronto

Tele-Conduction
by Doug Van Nort, Thomas Gerwin, Sarah Weaver and Glen Hall

19:00–21:00 • Opening Reception for Installation Bread and Circuses
Venue: inter/access
Bread and Circuses
by nichola feldman-kiss

Day 2 — Friday 17 February 2017

11:00-18:00 • Installation
Venue: inter/access, 9 Ossington Ave
Bread and Circuses
by nichola feldman-kiss

19:00–20:00 • Installation
Venue: Geary Lane
Threshold - Listening_IN_Between
by Kristian Derek Ball

20:00–22:00• Symposium Concert #2 Transmission Soundprints
Venue: Geary Lane

Ben Ramsey — Volmet North
Olivia Bradley-Skill — Exposure/Communication
Karen Power — Sounding Water
Mike Vernusky Salas — The Holy Sea (excerpt)
Amanda Dawn Christie — Transmissions

Day 3 — Saturday 18 February
Venue: Geary Lane

09:30–11:30 • Workshop
Radio as a composition tool
by Karen Power

11:45–12:15 • Talk
Listening_IN_Between
by Kristian Derek Ball

13:45–15:15 • Keynote Lecture
Keynote Address: Digging Wider — Expanding Research Methods through Multidisciplinary Art Practice
by Amanda Dawn Christie

15:30–16:30 • Lecture-Recital
Nothing to See Here: Experimental Radio from NSCAD
by David Clark

20:00–22:00 • Symposium Concert #3
Stijn Demeulenaere — Nothing's going to happen to us...
Parisa Sabet — Visiting Grandpa
Joan Schuman — Flesh has turned itself to stone or dust
Martín Rodgríguez — Radio Therapy
Debashis Sinha — The City
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By: New Adventures in Sound Art