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Collective Exhibition – From Friday, March 17 to Friday, March 31

Estonian Academy of Theatre and Music

Estonia / 20'45
Galerie Dolet, Crous Clermont Auvergne, 25 rue Étienne Dolet, Clermont Ferrand

The Audiovisual Composition speciality is one of the 4 branches of the Composition and Music Technology curriculum at the Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre, Tallinn, Estonia, and it aims to integrate the world of visual art into musical thinking; students are guided through studies on academic electronic music and elements of painting, photography and animation are treated in terms of musical parameters and should be seen as an extension of sound and compositional thinking. The speciality was established in the academic year 2011-2012, and last year it celebrates its 10th anniversary. In these years the speciality developed its own annual Festival, and national and international partnerships. The main outcome of these developments is the fact the speciality attracts students from different European countries.

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About the course :
Responsible :
Einike Leppik, Audiovisual Composition Supervisor, Lecturer

The selected audiovisual works have been developed in the frame of the course named “Main studies: Audiovisual Composition”. The students are followed throughout all the creative process: pre-production, production and post including also the public presentation of the work.


Beautiful Delay | Robi Jõeleht| 2021 | 4’50

Digital video; electronic sound

A Stubborn Illusion | Andrea Pagliara, Vincenzo Madaghiele | 2022 | 4’18

Digital (sound reactive) video; electronic sound.

Sisehääled/Inner Voices | Edgar Pacheca Ruiz | 2022 | 5’23

Animated digital photography; electroacoustic sound.

La Donna | Rebeca Zukovits | 2022 | 6’14

Video, animation; recorded voice, electroacoustic sound.

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