Until very recently, the innovations presented to the field of music notation remained fairly conventional. However, recent developments indicate that the field of tools for musical notation is now moving towards new forms of representation. Animated Notation is one of them. This symposium is dedicated to issues in theoretical and applied interdisciplinary research and development in Animated Music Notation. Music and art history reveal clearly a wide range of approaches regarding the connection of animations, graphics or other visuals for music notational purposes. The approaches of single artists or composers are very individual and vary significantly. Therefore I organized this symposium. The aim of this symposium is to get a glimpse of recent mutations of animated notation and representation in all artistic domains.
- To explore the state of the art of animated notation from an interdisciplinary and multimedia perspective.
- To connect people from different fields interested in animated notation.
- To generate content that could be potentially exhibited or otherwise published.
The entries are discussed here.