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GAPPP: Gamified Audiovisual Performance
and Performance Practice

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AGENDA


Talks and Papers by Marko Ciciliani and his Team


Guest-Talk by Marko Ciciliani
November 29, 2018 Hochschule für Musik und Theater Frankfurt & Institut für Musikwissenschaft der Goethe Universität Frankfurt

“Gamifizierte Audiovisuelle Werke: Spielumgebungen als Instrument und Partitur”


Talk by Christof Ressi
June 6, 12 pm 1.30 pm, 2018 at nime – New Interfaces for Musical Expression

“game over - a musical 2D game engine”


Guest-Talk by Marko Ciciliani
May 20, 2018 MAZE Symposium, Splendor, Amsterdam, Netherlands

“Gamified Audiovisual Works: Composition, Performance, Perception”


Guest-Talk by Marko Ciciliani
May 11, 2018 Hochschule für Musik und Theater Hannover, Germany

“Das Projekt GAPPP –Gamified Audiovisual Performance and Performance Practice”


Paper-Presentation by Barbara Lüneburg
April 13, 2018 Ludo18, Ludomusicology Conference Leipzig, Germany

Between ‘Ludic Play’ and ‘Performative Involvement’:
Performance Practice in Audiovisual Gamified Multimedia Artworks


Talk by Marko Ciciliani
April 6, 2018, INMM Conference 2018 Darmstadt, Germany

"Das ästhetische Potential von Game-Elementen in der medienbasierten Komposition”


Guest Talk by Rob Hamilton, USA, in the framework of GAPPP workshop #05
February, 25, 2018, IEM Graz, Austria

Introduction to Hamilton's game-related artwork, thoughts and research


Speed Talk by Andreas Pirchner
January 17, 2018, 'Academic Speed Dating' at IEM Graz

GAPPP - Gamified Audiovisual Performance and Performance Practice


Guest-Lecture by Marko Ciciliani
October 27, 2017 Kyunghee University Seoul, Korea

Game Elements and other Strategies in my recent audiovisual composition


Paper-Presentation by Marko Ciciliani (co-authored by Barbara Lüneburg)
October 25, 2017 Seoul International Computer Music Festival/Korean Electronics-Acoustic Music Society’s Annual Conference Gwangju, Korea

Gamified Audiovisual Works – Composition, Perception, Performance


Paper-Presentation by Marko Ciciliani
October 24, 2017 Seoul International Computer Music Festival/Korean Electronics-Acoustic Music Society’s Annual Conference Gwangju, Korea

Token of Enunciation in Multimedia Performance


Paper-Presentation by Marko Ciciliani
October 17, 2017 International Computer Music Conference Shanghai, China

Token of Enunciation in Multimedia Performance


Guest-Lecture by Marko Ciciliani
August 30, 2017 Novalis Festival, Hrvatsko Drustvo Skladatelja Zagreb, Croatia

Composition, Performance and Perception of Gamified Audiovisual Works


Paper-Presentation by Marko Ciciliani
August 10, 2017 Toronto International Electroacoustic Music Symposium Toronto, Canada

GAPPP - Gamified Audiovisual Performance and Performance Practice


Guest Lecture by Marko Ciciliani
June 1, 2017, Technische Universität Graz, Institut für Architektur und Medien Graz, Austria

Composition, Performance and Perception of Gamified Audiovisual Works


Guest Lecture by Marko Ciciliani
May 19, 2017, 5pm - City University London/GB

Presentation of the principal research questions of the artistic research project GAPPP including examples of artistic works and the most recent research outcomes.


Guest Lecture by Marko Ciciliani
April 20, 2017, time t.b.a. - Folkwang University in Essen/Germany

Presentation of the principal research questions of the artistic research project GAPPP including examples of artistic works and the most recent research outcomes.


Talk by Marko Ciciliani
Symposium for Computer Music Education at Universities
November 24, 2016, 9:30am - Sibelius Academy in Helsinki/Finland

GAPPP – Integrating Students in an Artistic Research Project
Presentation of the research project GAPPP including a detailed description of how students have been involved in the project.


Talk by Marko Ciciliani
Artistic Research Symposium Hamburg
April 07, 2016, 10am, Hochschule für Musik und Theater Hamburg/Germany

Presentation of the principal research questions of the artistic research project GAPPP including examples of artistic works and the first research outcomes.


Joint Talk by Marko Ciciliani and sociologist Susanne Sackl-Sharif
International Association for the Study of Popular Music Conference
October 22, 2016, 11:40am, Karl Franzens University in Graz/Austria

It's-a-me-Mario! Zur Gamifikation Audiovisueller Performances


Concerts


The GAPPP LAB-CONCERTS at IEM Graz

In the GAPPP LAB-CONCERTS the latest works developed in the framework of the project are presented to an audience that subsequently is invited to give feedback on their impressions by filling in questionnaires and/or by participating in a focus group interview.

GAPPP LAB-CONCERT #05

February 29, 2018, 6pm – CUBE, IEM Institute of Electronic Music and Acoustics, University of Music and Performing Arts Graz/Austria , Inffeldgasse 10, 3rd floor, 8010 Graz, Austria

Marko Ciciliani Tympanic Touch a multi-sensorial piece for two performers and a game-system. Performed by Barbara Lüneburg and Marko Ciciliani.
Marko Ciciliani Kilgore for electric guitar, drum-pads and two joy-stick controlled games (2018, premiere of the full length-piece). Performed by The Third Guy.
Martina Menegon and Stefano D’Alessio: To Kill Two Birds With One Stone – an interactive audiovisual work for two participating audience members (2018, premiere). Performed by Marko Ciciliani and Barbara Lüneburg and subsequently by audience members.


GAPPP LAB-CONCERT #04

September 09, 2017, 6pm – CUBE, IEM Institute of Electronic Music and Acoustics, University of Music and Performing Arts Graz/Austria , Inffeldgasse 10, 3rd floor, 8010 Graz, Austria

Christoph Ressi: Tiles in the version for saxophone, sound module, video, sensors and computer game software (2016, premiere). Performed by Matej Bunderla.
Martina Menegon and Stefano D’Alessio: TONIFY – an interactive audiovisual work for two participating audience members (2017, premiere).
Christoph Ressi: Tiles in the version for clarinet, sound module, video, sensors and computer game software (2016, premiere). Performed by Szillard Benes.
Marko Ciciliani Tympanic Touch a multi-sensorial piece for two performers and a game-system. Performed by Barbara Lüneburg and Marko Ciciliani.


GAPPP LAB-CONCERT #03

February 08, 2017, 6pm – CUBE, IEM Institute of Electronic Music and Acoustics, University of Music and Performing Arts Graz/Austria , Inffeldgasse 10, 3rd floor, 8010 Graz, Austria
Kosmas Gionnoutakis: Attractive Correlations for violin, saxophone, two microphone performers, audience participation and computer system (2016, premiere) Performed by Barbara Lüneburg, Matej Bunderla, Davide Gagliardi, Marko Ciciliani and Kosmas Gionnoutakis.
Simon Katan: Conditional Love – a web-based art game for participating audience with iPads or iPhones (2016, premiere of the complete version).
Christoph Ressi: game_over_1.0.0 for clarinet, sound module, video, sensors and computer game software (2016, premiere). Performed by Szilard Benes and Christoph Ressi.


TRANS: DENKEN MIT KLANG

November 12, 2016, 8pm - Kulturzentrum Minoriten in Graz/Austria
A concert featuring works that were created in the framework of different artistic research projects at the University of Music and Performing Arts Graz, Austria.

On the programme were compositions, imporvisations and installations by Gerhard Eckel, David Pirro, Hanns-Holger Rutz, Barbara Lüneburg, Kosmas Giannoutakis and Marko Ciciliani including three works from the project GAPPP:
• the revised version of Audiodromo by Marko Ciciliani, performed by Ensemble This Ensemble That with guest performer Barbara Lüneburg
Atomic Etudes for Monome by Marko Ciciliani (2016)
Self Sustaining Play for violin and computer system by Kosmas Giannoutakis


GAPPP LAB-CONCERT #02

November 11, 2016, 6pm – CUBE, IEM – Institute of Electronic Music and Acoustics, University of Music and Performing Arts Graz/Austria , Inffeldgasse 10, 3rd floor, 8010 Graz, Austria

Atomic Etudes for Monome by Marko Ciciliani performed by Artemis Maria Gioti(2016)
Audiodromo by Marko Ciciliani, performed by Ensemble This Ensemble That with guest performer Barbara Lüneburg
Atomic Etudes for Monome by Marko Ciciliani performed by Marko Ciciliani (2016, 2nd performance)


GAPPP LAB-CONCERT #01

September 09, 2016, 5pm – CUBE, IEM – Institute of Electronic Music and Acoustics, University of Music and Performing Arts, Inffeldgasse 10, 3rd floor, 8010 Graz, Austria

Kosmas Gionnoutakis: Self Sustaining Play for violin and computer system (2016, premiere). Performed by Barbara Lüneburg and Kosmas Gionnoutakis. (1st performance)
Simon Katan: Conditional Love – a web-based art game for participating audience with iPads or iPhones (2016, premiere of the first part).
Kosmas Gionnoutakis: Self Sustaining Play for violin and computer system (2016, premiere) (2nd Performance).


Marko Ciciliani: Portrait Concert
performed by Ensemble This | Ensemble That

April 30, 2016, 7pm, Flatterschaft in Basel/Switzerland
Marko Ciciliani Audiodromo (premiered by Ensemble This Ensemble That) Marko Ciciliani Homo Ludens (premiered in a version for a volunteering dancer from the audience)

Audiodromo is the first work that has been created as part of the research project GAPPP. It is based on a game design and specifically investigates simple interfaces, inspired by the often rudimentary controls of game consoles.


Logo of the Austrian Science Fund (FWF)


GAPPP is funded by the Austrian Science Fund FWF as project PEEK AR 364-G24.