Geplaatst op 02 Mar 2023
April 20-21, 2023
Orpheus Institute (Ghent, Belgium)
Collecting and recollecting, ordering and disordering, suppressing and uncovering memories are essential strategies for musicians and other creative practitioners. Memory is both a tool towards the final creation and a result of it. Its role in the creative process is a crucial element of current explorations of memory artistically, academically and educationally.
Focusing on the relationship between memory and the creative process, this conference will explore discussions of different aspects of memory. These include but are not limited to muscle, experiential, informational, artificial, collective and cultural memory.
Some questions that have inspired this conference are:
This conference is open to all scholarly perspectives. Artists-scholars engaging with one or more of the questions outlined above are invited to propose papers, lecture recitals or short workshops. Presentations will be 20 minutes followed by 10 minutes of discussion.
Please submit a title and abstract of around 350 words, a short bio of around 150 words, and technical requirements (e.g. projector, speakers, space to move etc.) to https://airtable.com/shrse5e8L... by 15 March 2023.
Speakers will be notified by 29 March 2023 at the latest. The full program and registration will be announced by the end of March 2023.
The Orpheus Institute embraces diversity and strives to be an inclusive environment for everyone.