International Workshop on
High Quality Dynamic cross-continental Networked Artistic interaction,
August 28-30, 2013
Purpose of the workshop:
To gather information and experience in the field of what we call High Quality Dynamic Networked Artistic interaction on long distances making the ground for writing a White Paper report of the state of the art in the field and to start an international distributed lab for Networked Interaction.
(Subject for changes)
Wednesday, August 28th, 2013
12.00 – 01.00pm Lunch
01.00pm – 01.30pm Welcome and presentation round
01.30pm – 03.00pm Overview of artistic forms of networked interaction, 15 minutes contributions from Chris Chafe, CCRMA, Stanford; Pedro Rebelo and Franziska Schroeder SARC; Niels Lund and Jason Geistweidt, World Opera; Ivani Santana, Brazil; Vivianne Johnsen Sydnes and Otto J. Wittner, Oslo/Trondheim; Tom Beyer, New York;
03.00pm – 03.30pm coffee break
03.30pm – 04.15pm
Continued contributions from Jon Marius Aareskjold, Tromsø; Nathan Scott, Newcastle, Australia; Synthia Payne, Kansas, USA.
04.15pm – 05.00pm Plenary Discussion on artistic forms of networked interaction with emphasis on technical challenges and needs
06.30pm – Dinner at Apollon Cinema
Thursday, August 29th, 2013 Business park Struer
09.00am – 09.30am
Historic overview of technical solutions in Performing Arts by Mark Schubin, Engineer in charge at The Metropolitan Opera, New York
09.30 – 10.45am
Overview of technical solutions in audio and video – open source options, contributions from Chris Chafe CCRMA, Alain Renaud, Genéve,Tom Beyer, NYU, Jeremy Cooperstock, McGill, Claudio Allocchio, GARR, Jan Østergaard, AU
10.45am – 11.00am
Thursday, August 29th 2013, continued
11.00am – 12.00am
Overview of technical solutions in audio and video – commercial options (Polycom, Lifesize, Skype etc.)
12.00am – 01.00pm
01.00pm – 03.45pm
Plenary discussion of the state of the art and current challenges in the different technical options – a comparative analysis concerning latency, compatibility, technical quality etc. in order to satisfy the artistic needs.
04.00pm – 05.00pm General Assembly of the International World Opera Association
05.00pm – 07.00pm Jazz-café at Struer Music School with Jamlink-session with Jazz-musicians in Struer and Kansas City, MO, USA
07.30pm Dinner buffet at Grand Hotel, Struer
Friday August 30th, 2013 Business Park Struer
09.15am – 11.00am Program for an international distributed lab for networked performance: a Discussion on how to move on in collaboration on systematic, experimental research testing out simultaneously artistic formats and different technical solutions.
11.15am – 01.00pm
Public live streamed presentation/press conference with a summary of the discussions in the workshop and outlining the program for the World Opera lab.
01.15pm – 02.00pm Official Opening of the World Opera Lab by the Mayor of Struer, the City of Sound, Niels Viggo Lynghøj. followed by a light meal with snacks and drinks.
Struer is situated in the Western part of Denmark and it can be reached by going by air to Copenhagen Airport and take a train, directly from the airport to Struer, lasting 4.5 hour or take a flight to an airport in Jutland, either Karup, Billund or Aalborg and go by local transportation to Struer. Please contact me for further detailed information on how to get to Struer.
Rooms are being reserved at Grand Hotel for participants arriving on Wednesday August 27 and leaving Friday August 30th. for a price of 2385 DKK, including breakfast / 795 DKK per night.
for booking take directly contact with the hotel : http://www.struergrandhotel.com/
PLEASE REMEMBER TO MENTION YOU ARE A PART OF THE WORLD OPERA CONFERENCE
A registration fee, including all meals and internal transportation will be of 1200 DKK / 200 USD and to be paid to
The International World Opera Association
Holmens Kanal 2-12, 1092 København K, Denmark
IBAN: DK78 3000 0010 3988 27
If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact the organizer, Niels Windfeld Lund, by email: firstname.lastname@example.org