Article by Anna Xambó, Karolina Jawad, Ana Maria Romano
This playlist showcases the work of 11 artists from the WoNoMute network: Tone Åse, Natasha Barrett, Ane Bjerkan, Ada Hoel, Liz Dobson, Mari Lesteberg, Gyrid Nordal Kaldestad, Ximena Alarcón Díaz, Anna Xambó, Kristin Nordeval and Alex-Murray Leslie (Chicks on Speed together with Melissa Logan). This playlist celebrates 10 years of the music event Festival en Tiempo Real, and is a collaboration with her director Ana Maria Romano. The sound creations are framed within experimental, glitch, electroacoustic, electronic and contemporary, pieces where there is an encounter with technology (from an open sense). This playlist has been curated by Anna Xambó and Karolina Jawad from Ana Maria Romano's initiative, in conversation with all the playlist contributors.
Article by Isabel Nogueira, Astrid Bin, Anna Weisling, Ana Maria Romano, Anna Xambó
This year the NIME's Pamela Z Award for Innovation has been awarded to Margaret Schedel for her career, her work on diversity and NIMEs, and her co-authored paper 'Women's Labor: Creating NIMEs from Domestic Tools'. We have also awarded Ximena Alarcón Díaz with an honorary mention for her work on migration issues and the paper 'INTIMAL: Walking to Find Place, Breathing to Feel Presence'. Huge congratulations! Next, we explain the context of this award and more details on this year's ceremony.
Article by Federica Bressan, Maarten de Boer, Amalia de Götzen, Trond Gjellum, Karolina Jawad, Henriette Jennsen, Mari Lesteberg, Jez Riley French, Anna Xambó, and Laura Zattra
In celebration of the International Women's Day we present 9 women in music tech (WoMuTe) figures who are/were technological and musical pioneers: Ada Lovelace, Margaret Schedel, Laurie Anderson, Liz Phillips, Teresa Rampazzi, Laurie Spiegel, Delia Derbyshire, Hilde Marie Holsen, Holly Herndon.
Announcement by WoNoMute
Submission deadline is 1st of March, 2019</br> The call for participation is addressed to anyone (academia, industry, arts, start-up's, and more!, all genders) who would like to introduce a woman hero in music tech. You are free in your choice. However, we prefer figures who are/were technological and musical pioneers.
Article by Ada Mathea Hoel
In November 2018 seven female music technology performers from different parts of the world got together to give a concert and a panel debate at the Sonic Arts Research Centre in Belfast, where we would be staying for one week. The networks represented were: WoNoMute (Norway), Female Laptop Orchestra (UK), Sonora (Brazil) and Yorkshire Sound Women Network (UK).
Article by Karolina Jawad
The notion of a global online community is resonating again. Mainstream tech platforms that provide cost free services occupied this notion to the extend, that it got almost forgotten. In the meantime the 'Fediverse Ecosystem' is getting more attention - it is worth inspecting it, let's see why.