This year, 305 productions coming from 30 different countries were entered, and 40 were nominated. During a whole weekend these 40 works from all around the world were presented to a demanding and appreciative audience. The jury members, underlined that this competition was one more time “a genuine sound art observatory”.
5 awards to celebrate radio art and sound expression
« Field recording » Award
with 1000€ from the Musée Réattu / City of Arles
Czech Radio Vltava (Czech Republic)
Presage by Mark Ferguson (Great-Britain)
« Human Word Archives » Award
with 1000€ from the BnF,
Bibliothèque Nationale de France
44 min, production Otuscops – RTBF, Belgique
Mention of the jury
Aurélia Balboni & Nicolas François
57’37, Cineke, Belgique
« Découverte Pierre Schaeffer » Award
with 1000€ from Phonurgia Nova and Centre Wallonie Bruxelles
13’40, autoproduction, (France)
Mention of the jury and “Coup de coeur” du Centre Wallonie-Bruxelles
27’16, autoproduction, Grande-Bretagne
from the SACEM
Magneto Mori : Vienna
46’45, Kunstradio, ORF, Autriche.
Mention du jury
Gabriela & Christian Fierbinteanu,
7 min, autoproduction (Romania)
Mention du jury
L’oreille aux portes
57’46, L’Expérience, France Culture, France
Florent Barat & Sebastien Schmitz,
Dans les creux dangereux où la louve abîmée
26 min, autoproduction collectif Wow ! (Belgique)
Selection Ars Acustica EBU
from the European Broadcasting Union
Phonurgia Nova 2020
Residences / Scholarships
2020 / GRM de l’INA
2020 / Euphonia
2020 / GMEM
The nominees are
Claire Frachebourg at GRM de l’INA (for her projet PUPAE)
Marie-Philippe Joncheray et Amélie Guyot at Euphonia Marseille (for their project Déborder l’eau sale)
Myriam Pruvot at GMEM Marseille (for her projet Un Opéra modeste)
As a journalist specializing in justice issues, I worked for thirteen years for the daily L'Humanité. Today, I am a freelance journalist who works with Reporterre and Mediapart.
Curator of exhibitions, art critic, radio producer and writer, I was deputy director in charge of programmes at France Culture and then advisor to the president of Radio France for cultural programmes from 1999 to 2004, Director of Plastic Arts of the Ministry of Culture and Communication from 2004 to 2010,
I’m an essayist, an art critic, and a National Art Schools Professor. I have published Planète sonores, radiophonie, arts, cinema (Monografik), Journal audiobiographique, radiophonie, arts, cinema (Nouvelles Éditions Scala, 2016) and recently, Les Arts sonores (Transonic, Charleroi).
After musical studies in the class of Pierre Schaeffer at the CNSM, I entered as a radio Producer at France Musique and France Culture. I became the assistant of the Director of this station and later managed the communication of Radio France (1977 - 2000). Since 2005, I am responsible for the cultural programming at the BnF.
Radio is a popular emancipation sport. I practiced it in street theatre with the friends of the ``Royal de Luxe``, in ``Over there if I am there with`` Daniel Mermet, in ``Comme un bruit qui court`` and from now on ``It’s soon tomorrow`` on France Inter and I could go on...
As a researcher, I am a research director emeritus at the CNRS. My research themes focus on the sound history of theatre.
I am a journalist. For more than three years, I have been listening to Telerama’s radio/podcasts. Listen to radio documentaries, fictions, surveys. Listen to those who make them, too. Sound creation in all its forms.
Trained in contemporary literature, coming from Australia, I started writing with the sounds of reality in the 70s, at the ACR of France Culture, a time when radio writers (like some filmmakers) left the studio for the street, looking for another way of doing things.
Je suis programmateur au sein du service culturel du Muséum national d'Histoire naturelle, à Paris, avec entre autres champs artistiques une prédilection pour les projets sonores à la croisée du field recording et de la bio-acoustique.
General curator of libraries, I am in charge of the audio documents department at the Bnf Audiovisual Department. In addition to legal deposit, I’m in charge of the department’s historical sound holdings.
Former publisher, I am now Assistant Director for the cultural programming at the BnF.
Founder of Elektrophonie, I designed and organized with this association numerous musical events in various remarkable architectural sites (Chapel of Ronchamp, Citadel of Besançon, …). I am responsible for the cultural season of the Saline Royale of Arc-et-Senans.
I live in Lorraine and have been working since the late 2000s as a naturalist guide, audio-naturalist and sound artist. Recently, Stéphane Manchematin and Serge Steyer devoted to my work a documentary film, “The Spirit of Places”, star of SCAM 2019.
Clarinettist and flutist, Anne Gillot pursues her work of creation and representation of the contemporary music repertoire and, more generally, intend to explore sound in all its facets. She was born in Lausanne in 1972.
Graduate in sociology, I am Director of the Centre Wallonie-Bruxelles/Paris since 2019. Since 2015, I have been acting as an independent commissioner in Belgium and abroad (Hong Kong, France, Portugal, China, etc.)
I’m an independent researcher, an author and a sound critic. I work on the history of sound creation, social criticism of sound, sound design. I contribute to Syntone, and the collective The Sirens.
Rendez-vous October 2, 3 and 4
Bibliothèque Nationale de France in Paris
Come at the Festival Phonurgia Nova and attend public listening and deliberation days.