MuVi4. Video and moving image on synesthesia and visual music: Video and moving image on synesthesia and visual music Edited by Dina Riccò and María José de Córdoba

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 MuVi4 is part of the Fifth International Congress “Synaesthesia: Science & Art”

Palacio Abacial and Convento Capuchinos, Alcalá la Real, Jaén, Spain, 16-19th May 2015

Museo Casa de lo Tiros, Granada, 19-23th May 2015

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About the author

 Direction and coordination

Dina Riccò (Design Department, School of Design, Politecnico

di Milano, Italy)

Organizational direction

María José de Córdoba Serrano (University of Granada,

Drawing Department / Fundación Internacional Artecittà,

Granada, Spain), Francisco Toro Ceballos (Área de Cultura,

Ayto. de Alcalá la Real, Jaén); Francisco González de la Oliva

(Museo Casa de los Tiros, Granada)

Scientific committee of the exposition

Giovanni Baule (Design Department, School of Design, Politecnico

di Milano, Italy)

María José de Córdoba Serrano (University of Granada / Fundación

Internacional Artecittà, Granada, Spain)

José López Montes (Real Conservatorio Superior de Música

“Victoria Eugenia” de Granada, Spain)

Jesús Pertíñez López (Drawing Department, University of

Granada, Spain)

Dina Riccò (Design Department, School of Design, Politecnico

di Milano, Italy)

Collaborators

Elena Caratti (Design Department, School of Design, Politecnico

di Milano, Italy), José Antonio Fernández (Grupo Synlogic,

Fundación Artecittà, Spain), Tremedad Gnecco Suarez

(Faculty of Ciencias de la Educación, University of Granada,

Spain), Carlos Villalobos (Drawing Department, University

of Granada, Spain), Reynaldo Fernández Manzano (Centro de

Documentación musical, Junta de Andalucía, Spain), Victor

Parra (Univ. Pedagógica experimental libertador, Barquesimeto,

Venezuela), Umberto Tolino (Design Department, School

of Design, Politecnico di Milano, Italy), Abel Hernández Pardo

(PhD Student, University of Granada, Spain), Sonia Torres

Cantón (PhD Student, University of Granada, Spain), Concejalía

de Cultura, Ayuntamiento de Alcalá la Real, Jaén, Spain

Planning and running of exhibition

María José de Córdoba Serrano, Francisco Toro Ceballos, Francisco

González de la Oliva (Museo Casa de los Tiros, Granada),

Comisión artística Teatro Martinez Montañéz

Organizers

Fundación Internacional Artecittà (Granada, Spain, Universidad

de Granada (Psychology, Sciences of the Education,

Fine arts, Drawing Department, Spain), Politecnico di Milano

(Design Department, School of Design, Italy)

Patrons

Universidad de Jaén (Spain), Real Conservatorio Superior de

Música “Victoria Eugenia” de Granada (Spain), Universidad

Pedagógica experimental libertador (Instituto pedagógico

“Luis Beltrán Prieto Figueroa”, Barquesimeto, Venezuela, American

Synesthesia Association (New York, US), Amici Culturæ

Alcalá la Real (Jaén, Spain), Ayuntamiento de Granada (Spain),

Ayuntamiento de Alcalá la Real (Jaén, Spain, Ayuntamiento de

Cuevas del Almanzora (Almería, Spain, Diputación Provincial

de Jaén (Spain), Junta de Andalucía (Centro de documentación

musical, Museo Casa de Los Tiros (Granada, Spain), Ministerio

de Cultura (Spain)

Editorial staff

Book and DVD edited by Dina Riccò and María José de Córdoba

Serrano. The two editors have worked in collaboration for the

whole book, more particularly

Dina Riccò has edited the pp. 11-50, 91-123, Maria José de

Cordoba Serrano the pp. 51-87, 124-163.

The videos, the texts descriptions of the videos and the figures

are by the respective participants and authors.

Editing English texts: by Sean Day

Editing Spanish texts: by María José de Córdoba, Julia López de

la Torre Lucha, Sonia Torres Cantón

Editing Italian texts: Dina Riccò

Art direction: Dina Riccò

Graphic design of the book and cover: Giulia Martimucci

Motion graphic design: Gianluca BalzeranoInterface design of the Dvd: Alessandro Zamperini

Interaction design of the Dvd: Alberto Barone

Web platform (www.muvi-visualmusic.tumblr.com): Elena

Caratti, Dina Riccò, Umberto Tolino

Special Thanks to Matteo Ciastellardi

ISBN 13 (Book + Dvd): 978-84-943071-2-6

ISBN13 (Ebook): 978-84-943071-3-3

© 2015 Ediciones Fundación Internacional Artecittà,

Granada (Spain),

www.artecitta.es, info@artecitta.es

Print: Imprenta del Carmen, Granada

Printed in Spain. First edition: April 2015

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Fundación Internacional artecittà
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May 8, 2015
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165
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ISBN
9788494307133
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 Synaesthesia: Theoretical, artistic and scientific foundations

Editorial Board

Sean A. Day (Trident Technical College, USA. President of the American Synesthesia Association)

Maria José De Córdoba (Granada University, Department of Drawing)

Emilio G. Milán (Granada University, Department of Experimental Psychology)

Ed Hubbard (Vanderbilt University, Department of Psychology and Human Development)

Dina Riccò (Politecnico di Milano University, Department of Design)

Editorial Staff

Edited by: Maria Josè De Cordoba, Dina Riccò, Sean Day

The three editors have worked in collaboration on the entire book. In particular: M.J. De Cordoba

has edited chapters I.2, I.4, I.5., II.2, II.6, II.7, II.8; D. Riccò chapters I.1, I.3, II.1, II.3, II.4, II.5; and Sean Day has edited the English revision of the whole book.

Chapters written in native English by the respective authors: I.1, I.2, I.5, II.1.

English translation from Spanish: Julia López de la Torre Lucha (Foreword, Preface, chapters I.4, II.2, II.7, II.8); Donald Hubert Duffy III (chapter II.5).

English Translation from Italian: Margaret Wood / Intras Congressi Bologna (chapters I.6, II.4), Peter Deville (chapter I.3), John Lander, Annarita Guidi and Maria Catricalà (chapter II.3).

English Translation from Russian: Anton V. Sidoroff-Dorso (Chapter II.6). Special thanks to Timothy B. Layden.

Graphic coordination: Dina Riccò

Graphic design: Giulia Martimucci

Visual: Alessandro Zamperini

© 2014 Ediciones Fundación Internacional ArteCittà, Granada (Spain)

Original Title: Sinestesia. Los fundamentos teóricos, artísticos y científicos,

by Maria José De Cordoba, Dina Riccò et al.

First Spanish Edition published in 2012 by Ediciones Fundación Internacional Artecittà

(Granada, Spain)

eBook Edition

ISBN: 978-84-939054-9-1

D.L.: GR 1383-2014 (14.07.2014)

Produced by Fundación Internacional Artecittà, Granada, Spain

Printed Edition

ISBN: 978-84-939054-6-0

D.L.: GR 1382-2014 (14.07.2014)

Printing: Imprenta Del Carmen, Granada, Spain

First English Edition: July 2014

MuVi5 is the fifth edition of Visual Music dedicated videos – following upon MuVi (Granada, 2007), MuVi2 (Granada, 2009), MuVi3 (Almeria, 2012) and MuVi4 (Alcalá la Real, Jaén, 2015) – an event that completes the Fifth International Conference Sinestesia: Ciencia y Arte, which took place at Alcalá la Real, Jaén (Convento Capuchinos) and the “Victoria Eugenia” Conservatory of Music of Granada, in Spain, from May 18th to 21th.This is a collection of kinetic works in visual, audiovisual, or interactive fields, from artists, musicians, designers, and performers, designed on music. Alongside the videos from professionals are also works produced in the academic field, presented by professors, or directly by university students, academies of fine arts, and music conservatories. The catalog contains an extensive selection of photographs and videos submitted by participants whose home countries are European, including England (London), Hungary (Pécs), Ireland (Dublin), Italy (Milan), Poland (Warsaw), and Spain (Granada, Girona), as well as outside of Europe, including China (Hong Kong), New Zealand (Auckland), and the USA (Alabama, Massachusetts, Oregon). Links included about 100 minutes of online video.  


Direction and coordination

Dina Riccò (Design Department, School of Design, Politecnico

di Milano, Italy)

Organizational direction

María José de Córdoba Serrano (University of Granada,

Drawing Department / Artecittà International Foundation,

Granada, Spain), Francisco Toro Ceballos (Área de Cultura,

Ayuntamiento de Alcalá la Real, Jaén)

Scientific committee of the exposition

Giovanni Baule (Design Department, School of Design, Politecnico

di Milano, Italy)

María José de Córdoba Serrano (University of Granada / Fundación

Internacional Artecittà, Granada, Spain)

José López Montes (Real Conservatorio Superior de Música

“Victoria Eugenia” de Granada, Spain)

Jesús Pertíñez López (Drawing Department, University of

Granada, Spain)

Dina Riccò (Design Department, School of Design, Politecnico

di Milano, Italy)

Juan García Villar (Painting Department, University of

Granada, Spain)

 

Collaborators

Elena Caratti (Design Department, School of Design,

Politecnico di Milano, Italy),

Tremedad Gnecco Suarez (Faculty of Educational Sciences,

University of Granada, Spain),

Reynaldo Fernández Manzano (Centro de Documentación

musical, Junta de Andalucía, Spain),

Victor Parra (Univ. Pedagógica experimental libertador,

Barquesimeto, Venezuela),

Umberto Tolino (Design Department, School of Design,

Politecnico di Milano, Italy),

Concejalía de Cultura, Ayuntamiento de Alcalá la Real, Jaén,

Spain

Planning and running of exhibition

María José de Córdoba Serrano, Francisco Toro Ceballos, Julia

López de la Torre Lucha, Comisión artística Teatro Martinez

Montañéz.

Organizers

Artecittà International Foundation (Granada, Spain),

University of Granada (Faculty of Fine Arts, Faculty of Educational

Sciences, Department of Drawing, Granada Spain),

Politecnico di Milano (Design Department, School of Design,

Italy)

 

Patrons

Ayuntamiento de Alcalá la Real (Jaén, Spain)

Real Conservatorio Superior de Música “Victoria Eugenia” de

Granada (Spain)

Universidad Pedagógica experimental libertador (Instituto

pedagógico “Luis Beltrán Prieto Figueroa”, Barquesimeto,

Venezuela)

Master’s Degree in Drawing: Creation, Production and Dissemination,

University of Granada

American Synesthesia Association (New York, US)

IASAS International Association of Synaesthetes, Artists, and

Scientists (San Francisco, US)

Editorial staff

Book and DVD edited by Dina Riccò and María José de Córdoba

Serrano.

The two editors have worked in collaboration for the whole

book, more particularly: Dina Riccò has edited the pp. 15-40,

71-111; Maria José de Cordoba Serrano the pp. 41-70, 112-152.

The videos, the texts descriptions of the videos and

the figures are by the respective participants and authors

Editing English texts: by Sean Day

Editing Spanish texts: by María José de Córdoba, Julia López

de la Torre Lucha

Editing Italian texts: Dina Riccò

 

Art direction: Dina Riccò

Graphic design of the book and cover: Giulia Martimucci

Motion graphic design: Gianluca Balzerano

Interface design of the Dvd: Alessandro Zamperini

Interaction design of the Dvd: Alberto Barone

Web platform (www.muvi-visualmusic.tumblr.com):

Elena Caratti, Dina Riccò, Umberto Tolino

 

ISBN 13 (Book + Dvd): 978-84-943071-7-1

ISBN 13 (Ebook): 978-84-943071-9-5

© 2018 Artecittà International Foundation, Granada (Spain)

www.artecitta.es, info@artecitta.es

Print: Imprenta del Carmen, Granada

Printed in Spain. First edition: March 2018


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