Brunel Electronic and Analogue Music Festival (BEAM) will be at the New Interfaces for Musical Expression Conference (NIME) this year. Sarah Nicolls Kingdom, Artistic Director and Brunel Senior Lecturer, has been working all year with Atau Tanaka, this year’s NIME chair, to present an event packed with amazing projects from all over the world. click on the links within this post to find out more information on BEAM, NIME and the special events happening at the 14th International Conference from 30 June – 4 July in London.
From the source: BEAM is collaborating with NIME, the New Interfaces for Musical Expression conference, to present BEAM@NIME 2014. Invited artists compliment the NIME programme through performances and installations, linking academic research to club nights, and connecting gig-goers, musicians, technologists and researchers. BEAM@NIME provides a portal to a world where technologies are used in creative, strange and wonderful ways to enhance and extend human bodies and the music they make. There are performances and interactive installations on the Goldsmiths’ campus and in nearby Fordham Park and club nights in Corsica Studios, XOYO and the Amersham Arms.