Irish Sound, Science and Technology Association 9th annual conference and festival

ISSTA 2019: Perform!

CIT Cork School of Music, Union Quay, Cork, Ireland.
31 October and 1 November 2019

Keynote lecture and performance of “Dust” by Robert Henke
Keynote workshop and performance by Ellen King (Gash Collective)

Please note that when you register for the full conference and festival, you get free entrance to Robert Henke’s performance.

ISSTA is a member–funded organisation and is not in receipt of external funding. We regret that we are unable to pay artists’ fees or expenses. Registration for ISSTA 2019 is required for presenting authors and artists.

Event Information

Performance haunts our electronic music and sonic arts.

This year’s ISSTA conference and festival will feature papers, music and sound art on the theme of performance.

The technologies which facilitate our sonic creations transmit, but also sometimes obscure, the gestures of our sound production. Speakers, microphones and interfaces could be said to displace as they transmit or transduce. How much of the electronic music we hear is actually performed? How have our technologies changed our ideas of performance?

Program

Download Program Here

Maps and Accommodation

Chairs and Organising Committee

Conference Chair: Mr Hugh McCarthy, Senior Lecturer, CIT Cork School of Music (CITCSM)

Co-chairs: Mr Simon MacHale (CITCSM), Mr Roddy O’Keefe (CITCSM)

Chairs of Music track: Roddy O’Keeffe (CITCSM), Dr Jenn Kirby (UWTSD and ISSTA) and Dr Rob Casey (Ulster University, ISSTA)

Chairs of Paper track: Mr Simon McHale (CITCSM) and Dr Stephen Roddy (TCD and ISSTA)

ISSTA Board

Dr. Brian Bridges, President

Dr. Jenn Kirby, Vice–President

Dr. Robin Parmar, Treasurer

Dr. Stephen Roddy, Web

Dr. Rob Casey, Secretary

Dr. Róisín Loughran, PR