PARTNERS AND THEIR ROLES
Institute of Musicology SASA, Belgrade
Institute of Musicology of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts was founded in 1948. As a scientific organization it conducts projects in the domains of historical musicology, ethnomusicology, avant-garde and experimental music. The Institute publishes monographs, edited books, CDs and DVDs, sheet music, catalogues and the journal Musicology. The Institute is also involved in organization of cultural events such as exhibitions, concerts, roundtables, promotions etc.
More info: www.music.sanu.ac.rs
The Institute was the coordinator for the pilot project Quantum Music completed in 2018, and it will perform the same role within the new consortium for the project Beyond Quantum Music. The Institute will coordinate and manage the entire project, distribute funds to the partners and make sure that all activities are done according to the Plan of Activities. It will also ensure the communication strategies and objectives of the project are successfully implemented. The associates of the Institute will give public lectures, prepare booklets and other printed material and coordinate promotional and marketing activities in all partner cities. It will also ensure the long-term sustainability and dissemination of the project results.
New Art Center, Belgrade
New Art Center is a cultural organization established in 2008 by Sonja Lončar, Andrija Pavlović (LP Duo) and Dragan Novković. The main goal of the Center is to produce the finest art&science projects in order to question the existing cultural models, educate and refine the spirit of the people while building audience capacity. They have produced more than 50 concerts, the festival Keyboard Days Belgrade, published several albums and sheet music (digital and hard copies), and established the project Quantum Music in 2012. The Center is also taking care of the LP Duo’s career and legacy.
More info: https://www.lpduo.com/projects/
As the initiator and participant of the first Quantum Music project, New Art Center will be in charge of overall executive production of Beyond Quantum Music project. New Art Center will also provide engineering support for further development of music instruments and Quantum Link technology and collaborate closely with external experts (quantum physicists).
Ars Electronica, Linz
Ars Electronica is a worldwide unique platform for art, technology and society. The focus is always on current developments and possible future scenarios and the question of how these change our lives. Together with artists, scientists, developers, designers, entrepreneurs and activists, we shed light on current developments in our digital society and speculate about their manifestations in the future. We never ask what technology can or will be able to do, but always what it should do for us. And we don’t try to adapt to technology, but we want the development of technology to be oriented towards us. Therefore, our artistic research always focuses on ourselves, our needs, our desires, our feelings.
Ars Electronica will be involved in several activities. They will host the world premiere of “Quantum Music 2.0” and provide all necessary logistic support, together with facilities needed for an exhibition of the permanent Quantum Music installation. They will take part in all decisions regarding the open call, production and organization of the tour. Ars Electronica, with its integrated part Ars Electronica Export will try to organize and schedule “Quantum Music 2.0” tour in many other global cities covered by this unique network. Ars Electronica will be actively involved in all activities regarding dissemination of the project through its already established media network. They will mobilize local artists to participate in the preparation of “Quantum Music 2.0” world premiere in Linz.
TodaysArt, The Hague
TodaysArt is a cultural production agency, specialized in creating groundbreaking experiences that unite art and technology. Over the past 15 years, TodaysArt has been a catalyst for innovation and creativity, presenting the best in contemporary audio-visual and immersive art. TodaysArt organizes an annual festival showcase each September in The Hague, The Netherlands. As a partner in four Creative Europe projects, TodaysArt promotes cultural innovation and connects pioneering artists to local audiences across the world.
More info: www.todaysart.org
Todays Art will provide all necessary logistic support for QM2.0 event in The Hague. They will take part in decisions at all phase of the project regarding open call, production and organization of the tour. Todays Art, as one of the leaders within European festival network We Are Europe, will put effort in organizing QM2.0 tour in the cities covered by this network. TodaysArt will be actively involved in all activities regarding dissemination of the project, through already established media network.
Institut Incontri, Hochschule für Musik, Theater und Medien Hannover
Hanover University of Music, Drama and Media (HMTMH) is an artistic-scientific university in Hanover, Lower Saxony, Germany. It dates back to 1897. The university has approximately 1500 students, taught by 361 teachers in 33 courses for musicians, actors, music teachers, musicologists and media scholars.
Incontri is the name of the Institute for New Music at the HMTMH. Incontri realizes diverse and exciting encounters between composers, improvisers, interpreters and audiences in the field of contemporary music. Incontri accompanies and promotes new music in its encounters with the present, in compositions, experiments and new concepts. Incontri creates a spark for the music of the future by meeting traditions and exciting new questions.
Incontri Institute is affiliated with UrWerk Ensemble for New Music from Hannover.
Although involved in this project as an associate partner, Incontri Institute for New Music will take an active part in all phases of the project Beyond Quantum Music. They will animate experienced composers and instrumentalists, together with students, to compose, perform and research within the frame of Quantum Music project. They will organize QM2.0 two days event in Hannover. They will organize second Quantum Music scientific conference.
Quantum physicists engaged as external experts for this project will conduct further theoretical investigations on all aspects of scientific part of the Beyond Quantum Music project and propose new ways of presentation and exploration of quantum music through sound media. They will also continue previous work on relations between acoustic and quantum physics, with further attempt to expand our undestanding of beauty and harmony. They will take part in developing new music instruments based on quantum physics and be in charge for organization of quantum physics experiments dedicated to this project.