Blacksburg, VA | June 3-6 2018
NIME 2018 is co-organized by Virginia Tech and University of Virginia. It will take place on Virginia Tech campus in Blacksburg, Virginia, June 3-6, 2018. The conference theme is "Mirrored Resonances" with thematic areas including Telematics, Sonocybernetics, Immersive Environments, and Democratizing NIMEs.More
We are pleased to announce that the Registration portal is now open. You can access the registration page using the Register button found on the main page, as well as on the right-hand side of the menu header....MORE
In conjunction with the NIME conference, Virginia Tech Moss Arts Center is pleased to host “Invented Instruments” exhibit by Laurie Anderson featuring the famous Tape Bow Violin. Laurie Anderson: ...MORE
Earlier this week due to maintenance for approximately 48 hours we have had a web and mail server outage. As a result, if during this time you have emailed one of the committee members using email addresses provided ...MORE
The theme of the 2018 conference is "Mirrored Resonances.” In part, it reflects a shared conference format shared between two institutions seeking to bridge a physical divide through technology. More importantly, it is designed to encourage expressions of human-computer interaction that exceed simply sharing audio-visual content. Similarly, the theme hints at the tighter integration among arts and sciences, music and engineering. We see the theme serving as the foundation for an integrative approach that will engage artists and engineers alike.
R. Benjamin Knapp is the Director of the Institute for Creativity, Arts, and Technology (ICAT) and Professor of Computer Science at Virginia Tech University. ICAT seeks to promote research and education at the nexus of art, design, engineering, and science...BIO
Pamela Z is a composer/performer and media artist who works with voice, live electronic processing, sampled sounds, and video. A pioneer of live digital looping techniques, she creates solo works integrating experimental extended voice, operatic bel canto, found objects, text, digital processing, and MIDI controllers that allow her to manipulate sound with physical gestures...BIO Personal Site