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SOUND/IMAGE 22 - Call Open

18-20 November 2022

University of Greenwich, London, UK

This festival brings together artists and experts exploring the relationship between sounds and images, and the images which sounds can construct by themselves.

Engaging in a rich complementary programme of talks, screenings, loudspeaker orchestra concerts and workshops – we hope to stimulate discussion, debate and to engage diverse perspectives and new insights on sound and audiovisual practice.

We are delighted to welcome the following featured artists as special guests:

  • Nina Hartstone – Oscar Winning Sound Editor
  • Trevor Wishart – Electroacoustic Composer
  • George Vlad – Sound Designer and Recordist
  • KMRU – Sound Artist·

For this edition of the festival we are particularly interested in submissions responding to the themes of: “body, space & place”.

We are delighted to present the following call for works, seeking submissions that explore the diverse areas of sound / image practice.

We actively encourage applications from candidates of all ethnicities, backgrounds and genders, who are traditionally underrepresented.

Call for Papers

We invite submissions on the following topics including, but not limited to:

  • Audio-visual Composition;
  • Visual Music;
  • Acousmatic Composition;
  • Audio-visual Performance;
  • Sound and Image Relationships;
  • the Sonic Image;
  • Perception of Sound;
  • Embodiment & tactility;
  • Impressions of space and place.

Please submit 500 word abstract:

Call for Audio-Visual Works

We invite composers and filmmakers to submit their audio-visual compositions for performance.  Works should be no longer than 15 minutes in duration.

Fixed media works will be presented at a formal screening in our ‘Cinema’ space with 16:9 HD projection and up to 7.1 surround sound.

Live Performances will be presented in our Television Studio space. Installations will be presented in the Stockwell Street Gallery.

Online links to the work should be submitted via a non-expiring link (Soundcloud/Dropbox etc.):

Call for Acousmatic Works

We invite composers to submit acousmatic compositions for performance.

Works should be no longer than 15 minutes in duration.

Works will be presented via loudspeaker orchestra.

Online link to the composition should be submitted via a non-expiring link (Soundcloud/Dropbox etc):


Deadline for submissions is Friday 12 August at 23:59 UTC+1.

All submissions will be considered by the conference panel.  We aim to provide a response within 15 days of the deadline.

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