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9th Music and/as Process Conference: Music & Interdisciplinary Practice 2022

About this event

The RMA Music and/as Process Study Group are happy to present our ninth conference which will take place on Friday 16th to Saturday 17th September 2022 at the University for the Creative Arts – Farnham campus.

The conference will address interdisciplinary practices and processes, and will include papers, performances, installations, two keynotes, and a discussion of the topics covered over the two days.

Keynote speakers: Emmanuelle Waeckerlé and Iris Garrelfs.

Presenters, performers and artists include: Josh Spear, Tom Williams, Stef Buzatu, Boyd Branch, Piotr Mirowski, Linda Jankowska, Emma Lloyd, John Hails, Maureen Wolloshin, Sophie Stone, Michèle Saint-Michel, Panos Ghikas, Matt Rogerson, Olga Uzikaeva, Amble Skuse, Teal Darkenwald, Sam Hayden, Irene Fiordilino, Peter Nagle, Pei Ann Yeoh, Peter Falconer, Lorenzo Prati, Helen Anahita Wilson, J.Lynch, Kuldip Singh-Barmi, Catherine Laws, Carla Rees, Mike Vaughan, Amalia Young, Zacharias Wolfe, Rei Nakamura, Zubin Kanga, Jamie Elless, Paul Newbold and Caitlin Rowley.

Topics presented and discussed will include, but is not limited to:

  • Audiovisual composition and installation
  • Interdisciplinary processes
  • Politics of interdisciplinarity
  • Processes and practices between music and other discipline(s)

A link for the schedule will be available with the registration email, and this link will update with any changes to the schedule.

The RMA Music and/as Process Committee:

  • Dr Steve Gisby (Independent researcher)
  • Dr Richard Glover (Reader in Music at the University of Wolverhampton)
  • Dr John Hails (Senior Lecturer and Reader in Music at Edinburgh Napier University)
  • Dr Sophie Stone (Independent researcher)
  • Maureen Wolloshin (PhD Candidate at University for the Creative Arts)
  • Dr Alistair Zaldua (Independent researcher)

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