FEDORA Digital Prize: Crowdfunding now in Full Swing!
Vote with your wallet and support your favourite project!
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With the nominees of the FEDORA Prizes Biennale now announced, the next phase in crowning a winner is now in effect: Allowing the audience to weigh in!
The 12 nominated projects in 4 categories are currently engaged in friendly competition on FEDORA Platform’s homepage, with each running their own crowdfunding campaign; show your support by 30 November and donate to your favourite project!
The general public will have another chance to voice their approval in January 2023, when voting for the “Audience Prize” commences; the people’s choice will then be announced alongside the eventual winners of the Prizes Biennale on 10 February at the Palais Garnier in Paris, France!
Since 2013, the FEDORA Platform has been encouraging the next generation of talent to bring the unexpected to the stage and international audiences. The four established prizes (Opera, Dance, Education and Digital) support cutting-edge projects that promote international collaboration, creativity, social Integration, intercultural dialogue and digital innovation.
FEDORA has so far invested €1.7 million for new creations, supporting over 57 new co-productions which boosted the careers of over 900 artists.
The IMZ is proud to be an Expert Partner for their Digital Prize since 2019, which is endowed with €50,000 in prize money and grants the support of project partner Kearney!
And now, without further ado, here are the three nominees for the Digital Prize! You can pledge to their crowdfunding campaigns here.
The Sound Voice Project: Exhibition V
"The Sound Voice Project" is a unique series of immersive digital-opera
installations for flexible, interactive spaces exploring voice and identity:
co-created with interdisciplinary partners in healthcare, technology, science and biomedical research, and people with lived experience of voice loss.
Composer: Hannah Conway
Librettist: Hazel Gould Video Artist: Luke Halls
Led by Britten Pears Arts (United Kingdom)
In collaboration with Sound Voice (United Kingdom)
SÉISME - An interactive opus
“SÉISME” is an interactive opus about the conversation between humans and the Earth. Through poetry, music, vibrations, interactive flooring and artificial intelligence, the piece invites its audience to communicate with the ground we all walk on, creating a participative physical and online work of art.
Stage Director: Franciska Éry
Composer: Alex Ho
Writer: Ar Guens Jean Mary
Computer Music Producer: Augustin Muller
Led by Opéra Orchestre National de Montpellier Occitanie (France)
In collaboration with Epitech Montpellier (France), Baltic Opera (Poland),
Trafik (France), Timmpi (France)
"ERWARTUNG" pushes the concept of immersing oneself into opera into a new dimension; a single-player VR game allows users to not only passively
experience Arnold Schönberg’s musical monodrama, but to play it, to embody its heroine and to interact with the story in completely new ways.
Stage Director: André Bücker
Conductor: Domonkos Héja Dramaturge: Sophie Walz
In collaboration with Heimspiel GmbH (Germany)
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