Forum Vertigo [now live]
With the Covid-19 pandemic, the arts are going through an unprecedented crisis that upsets one of the main foundations of their practice: the physical presence of the public. The purpose of this fifth edition of the Vertigo Interdisciplinary Forum bringing together artists and curators is to propose a debate aimed at overcoming the stupor of the profession by presenting original approaches that seek to break free of existing constraints, in particular by means of telepresence technologies.
These new topologies of presence in art not only impose themselves on public exposure but also on production: in a context of generalized multidisciplinarity, new modes of collaborative creation are being organized and experimented with.
3pm | Collaborative Creation
This panel discussion brings together composers involved in different forms of collaborative projects in the musical field, in connection with other arts or in a design process. It will be an opportunity to introduce the "Collaboratory" thread of the new European project Ulysses 2020-2024.
Hugues Vinet and Frank Madlener, IRCAM
Moderation: Andrew Gerzso IRCAM
Andrea Agostini composer
Adriana Armaroli Divertimento Ensemble artistic coordinator*
Andrea Cera composer
Bernhard Lang composer*
Ute Pinter impuls general secretary*
*Participant in the “Collaboratory Project” Workshop by the European project Ulysses
5pm | Performing Arts in The Era of the Covid-19 Pandemic
Artists and programmers are invited to present how they take advantage of technology to design new online art forms and contribute to the dissemination of works in response to the current healthcare constraints.
Moderation: Pascal Keiser artistic director
Nicole Birmann Bloom head of Theatre and Dance, French Embassy in New York
Martin Honzik director of the Ars Electronica Festival
Elli Papakonstantinou director, author, visual artist, ODC Ensemble
Marion Siéfert author and director of _jeanne_dark_
With support of France Culture
Andrea Agostini studied composition and electronic music in Bologna and then went on to perfect his skills in Italy and France, where he attended IRCAM's Cursus program in composition and computer music. He composes instrumental, electr...
Divertimento Ensemble (Italy)
After graduating in piano and harpsichord, Adriana Armaroli devoted herself in parallel to performing as a harpsichordist and to organizational work in the musical field.
Since 2004, her job has mainly consisted in plannin...
Bernhard Lang is a marginal composer with multiple influences who brings a true philosophy of the world in his music. Nourished by the media—cinema, literature, dance—by microtonal music, by the practice of improvisation a...
Ute Pinter studied art history, cultural management and film in Austria (Graz, Linz, Salzburg) and the USA (Montclair). She has various working experiences in the fields of fine arts, film, performance and music, as well as in self-empl...