Audience members at CMMR 2016 will be invited to relay parts of the narrative elements of the performance in tweets using
#FLOrchestra. In turn the Female Laptop Orchestra will be incorporating this communication back into their sonic performance - creating a conversation between the audience and performers. Follow the twitter conversation here: www.voicesoundtext.com/FLO/twitter.html
The performance starts at 3pm in Brazil and 7pm in the UK.
Telematic Sonic Performances explore contemporary sonic narratives born out of being in the distance, including the phenomena of geographical migration and feelings such as dislocation. Through improvisation and creative collaborative processes performers and audiences are invited to reflect on connections to the self, to the others and to the environment, derived from the experience of listening and sounding within a place. More.
The Female Laptop Orchestra (FLO) is a music research project bringing together an eclectic group of female musicians, engineers, composers, sound artists and computer scientists to explore the following aspects of collaborative music making. More.
CMMR 2016 is the 12th International Symposium on Computer Music Multidisciplinary Research at University of São Paulo. More.
On site set up in London by Mathieu Barthet and Thomas Deacon.