Call for entries
Deadline: 28 February 2011

SUBMIT YOUR AUDIO|PHOTO|TEXT|VIDEO MATERIAL
FOR the BIG COLLABORATIVE LIVE PERFORMANCE IN ROME
“DAILY MEMORIES | SOUNDS OF MEMORY”
by
FRANCESCO GIANNICO & ROBERTO FEGA

Project was born from the need to create a living-performance based on sounds,videos, photos, drawings, texts that have to do with a daily past forgotten even by a few minutes.

We ask you to donate to this project a part of your past or recent memory.

All donated material that you submit will be processed in real time during a live national premiere to be held in Rome between 2 months and you will be clearly informed, as project’s makers.

Please See below our guidelines to send materials::

DEADLINE
February 28, 2011

SENDING
-Use the Sendspace.com online storage service that allows you to upload up to 300 mb at a time without having to register.
You need only enter in the “recipient” of the mail respectively Francesco Giannico (mark_hamn@yahoo.it) and Roberto Fega (robertofega@gmail.com) and waiting the end of uploading.
After this step send an email (same address) with a text file containing the data of the person who kindly sent the material and a brief description. (The data are important because they allow us later to thank those who worked through the credits, through web page, press releases, etc …)
LIVE FINAL

In mid-March will be announced the location and date of the live Daily Memories to be held in Rome.

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“An Unreal soundscape”

Our idea is connected ideally with the concept of soundscape in order to create an audio track where sound elements could be recognizable but our intent is not strictly correlated to the “scientific” idea of soundscape. You can easily verify there’s not a real place identified by our future recordings becouse every recording will have an its own daily past, an its own memory and a particular context. Following our idea at the end we will obtain “a nowhere place” an inexisting place with no time but full of meaning at the same time. We want to believe thatit maybe a kind of an ideal simulation of soundscape. Please consider the artistic intent of the idea. #