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    Is Perfection Important?
    Exploring the Sound through the Fibonacci Sequence

    Application deadline: Nov. 18, 2023, 12am
    Submission Email: lyd15150099208@gmail.com

    Music and Data Convergence: A Call for Creators

    The intersection of music and data offers a realm of boundless possibilities. Both fields rely on precise symbols to convey information, creating a parallel between musical notes and data records. Just as performers and listeners immerse themselves in the musical experience, data enthusiasts observe and record the ever-evolving world of information. In this context, stages and instruments become the equivalent of facts and observations, bridging the gap between music and data.

    While music and data aren't identical systems, music can be seen as a unique way to represent data. It's not just about recording and playing notes; it's about reimagining music from a data perspective. Our goal is to unlock infinite possibilities, sparking creativity at the intersection of data and music.

    Open Call: Crafting Perfection with the Fibonacci Sequence

    The Fibonacci sequence, a mesmerizing pattern found in nature and the arts, offers an exciting creative opportunity. Starting with 0 and 1, each number in the sequence is the sum of the two preceding numbers (1+1=2, 1+2=3, 2+3=5, and so on). This sequence often leads to the golden ratio (approximately 1.618), a cornerstone in creating aesthetically pleasing designs in art and architecture.

    I invite artists, musicians, and visionaries of all levels to explore the potential of this sequence in crafting perfect sound art. Use the data series that represents perfection to create works of sonic wonder.

    If this piques your interest, please share your artwork or ideas with us via email. We'd love to hear about your creative process and vision.

    Selected works have the chance to be featured in our upcoming online exhibition.

    Join us in the exploration of data and sound, as we redefine the boundaries of creativity at the nexus of music and information.

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