Virtual Music. Live Electronics. Sound Art.
ARTIST-IN-RESIDENCE AT THE TAKT INSTITUTE, BERLIN
February 10, 2020
Excited to begin my 3-month residency at the TAKT Institute in Berlin
DRAWING ROOM - VOID
January 5, 2020
Beginning work on a new commission to create sound and music for a virtual reality project to be debuted at the Centre of Contemporary Art, Christchurch
ZEITGEIST AT THE AUDIO FOUNDATION
November 22, 2019
Touched to have a full house for the Zeitgeist concert. Imogen Morris and Kristian Larsen gave a enthralling premier of my new work - Effector//Attractor//Captor
PILLARS OF INTROSPECTION WINS THE DOUGLAS LILBURN COMPOSITION PRIZE
October 25, 2019
Pillars of Introspection, written for the emerging medium of virtual music was awarded the top honour at the Douglas Lilburn Composition Prize concert.
AWARDED THE UNIVERSITY OF AUCKLAND BLUES AWARD FOR MOST MERITORIOUS PERFORMANCE IN THE ARTS
September 27, 2019
Honoured to have been selected out of 130 potential candidates for one of 8 major awards given by the University of Auckland
PILLARS OF INTROSPECTION AT CONVERGENCE FESTIVAL, UNITED KINGDOM
September 12-15, 2019
My new virtual music work will exhibited for 4 days at the University of De Montfort, Leicester as part of the Convergence Festival
PILLARS OF INTROSPECTION PREMIERE AT BIFEM, AUSTRALIA
September 6-8, 2019
Pillars of Introspection Premieres at the Bendigo International Festival of Exploratory Music in Bendigo, Australia
AWARDED THE DONNY CHARITABLE TRUST SCHOLARSHIP
July 12, 2019
Honoured to be awarded the Donny Charitable Trust Scholarship to fund the tour of my new virtual music work - Pillars of Introspection - to Australia and the UK and my residency at the TAKT Institute in Berlin, Germany
MATERIALITY IN MOTION AT UC SAN DIEGO, USA
June 23-26, 2019
A collaborative multi-media project between Lucy Boermans and myself will premier at UC San Diego as part of the ACM Creativity and Cognition conference
Clovis McEvoy is an award-winning composer, sound artist and researcher.
Clovis specialises in music for virtual reality and works for instruments and electronics, creating customised algorithms for interactive installations and performances. Clovis also writes for dance, theatre, short film, acousmatic and ensembles. His works have been performed in America, France, England, Italy, South Korea, Australia, New Zealand, Germany and Switzerland.
An active researcher, Clovis has presented papers on audio-visual relationships, virtual music and compositional practice at conferences in Japan, Italy and New Zealand.
Currently based in Berlin as an Artist-In-Residence at the TAKT Institute, Clovis is in the process of developing a new interactive work of sound art for the emerging medium of virtual reality.
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