[spectre] (fwd) CTM Radio Lab Call 2017
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Fri Jul 1 09:36:59 CEST 2016
CTM 2017 Radio Lab
*For the fourth year in a row, Deutschlandradio Kultur – Radio Art /
Klangkunst and CTM Festival – in collaboration with the Goethe-Institut,
ORF musikprotokoll im steirischen herbst, Ö1 Kunstradio and the SoCCoS
network, and with the support of the British music magazine The Wire –
are delighted to commission two artistic projects. The call is for
unusual audio projects that couple the radio medium with the potential
of live performance or installation while also relating to the CTM 2017
Festival theme: FEAR ANGER LOVE.*
The call is open to artists in the fields of experimental music, sound
art, radio art, new radio drama, and performance. The two commissioned
works will premiere in the form of an installation or live performance
at *CTM 2017 Festival* in Berlin (27 January – 5 February 2017), and
then be broadcasted in *Deutschlandradio Kultur*’s Klangkunst
The *Österreichischer Rundfunk* (Austrian Broadcasting Corporation) will
subsequently present them via one or more of its platforms (depending on
the character of the works): the Ö1 Zeit-Ton
<http://oe1.orf.at/zeitton>or Ö1 Kunstradio
<http://www.kunstradio.at/>radio shows, and/or (in Autumn 2017), the ORF
musikprotokoll im steirischen herbst festival in Graz.
Proposed projects must explore the potential of combining radio and live
performance / installation within the FEAR ANGER LOVE
<http://www.ctm-festival.de/festival-2017/theme/>thematic framework of
CTM 2017. They will be presented as a live performance or installation
as well as in the form of a 40–55 minute radio broadcast.
Prior to presenting their projects at CTM 17 respectively broadcasting
them on Deutschlandradio Kultur, the selected applicants will be invited
to round off the production phase with a 2-week short residency in
Berlin, realised in cooperation with SoCCoS – Sound of Culture, Culture
of Sound <http://soccos.eu/>, a network project funded by the Creative
Europe programme of the European Union.
Last year’s winning projects, selected from over 300 entries, can be
enjoyed once more in Autumn 2016. The radio play "All Hail Mother
Internet" from Tunisian artist Deena Abdelwahed will be presented 9
October as part of the festival ORF musikprotokoll im steirischen herbs
<http://musikprotokoll.orf.at/>t and broadcast live via the Ö1
Kunstradio programme. The second piece, "GAD Technologies" by Marija
Bozinovska Jones aka MBJ Wetware and J.G. Biberkopf, will be broadcast
18 September, also via Ö1 Kunstradio.
The call is not subject to geographical restrictions – submissions from
artists from all over the world are encouraged. Each of the two selected
works will be awarded a *5,000 € fee plus production costs*.
Schedule and Deadline
·Deadline for submission: 28 August 2015
·Winners notified: 12 September 2015
·Production phase: October – December 2016
·Residency / Final production phase in Berlin: January 2017 (2 weeks)
·Performance at CTM 2017 Festival: 27 January to 5 February 2017
·Deutschlandradio Kultur – Klangkunst radio broadcast: February / March 2017
·Presentation via ORF: Autumn 2017
The international jury will be comprised of five persons from various
backgrounds (artists, curators, journalists) and will be disclosed
together with the results.
The selected works will be supported by a production budget/fee of EUR
5000 each. Technical/staging costs for CTM and possible ORF
musikprotokoll im steirischen herbst festival performances will be
covered additionally, as will travel expenses to Berlin and lodging
during the residency and festival period.
Deutschlandradio Kultur and CTM Festival will provide support,
counselling, and general assistance during the production of the work.
HA Kultur / Radiokunst
marcus.gammel at deutschlandradio.de <mailto:marcus.gammel at deutschlandradio.de>
Tel. +49 30 8503-5585
Fax +49 30 8503-29 5585
Hans-Rosenthal-Platz, 10825 Berlin
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