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Sonic Fiction

2020-05-12 by Holger Schulze | Comments Off on Sonic Fiction

The formal structures of time collapse, regress to mud, and space is pushed back and forth until it bends to be trampled by the pulsations of alien music, while the thinking space …Continue reading

The Sound of Corona

2020-04-15 by Holger Schulze | Comments Off on The Sound of Corona

Can you hear the coronavirus? What does it sound like? Recently, some compositions which used data gathered from the coronavirus, stirred up some conversations among listeners, composers, musicians, scientists, engineers, and artists: the …Continue reading

My Listening Protocol

2020-03-03 by Holger Schulze | Comments Off on My Listening Protocol

In recent months, Salomé Voegelin and Mark Wright, directing the impressive project Listening Across Disciplines visited me and my team here at the Sound Studies Lab. They discussed with us our research …Continue reading

The Bloomsbury Handbook of Sound Art

2020-02-13 by Holger Schulze | Comments Off on The Bloomsbury Handbook of Sound Art

Over a dinner at Café Wilder in Copenhagen, October 11th, 2016, we, Sanne Krogh Groth and I came across some intriguing ideas for a handbook on SOUND ART in the 21st century: …Continue reading

An Almanac of Sound Words

2019-12-02 by Holger Schulze | 2 Comments

How do you speak about sound? This core question of sound studies and of artistic approaches around sound is probably troubling listeners and sound aficionados since the beginning of hearing – and …Continue reading

Notes on a Silent Meal II

2018-11-12 by Holger Schulze | Comments Off on Notes on a Silent Meal II

Last week I had the honour of partaking for the third time at a so-called Silence Meal, a performance by artist Nina Backman. This time the meal was part of the Jazzfest …Continue reading

Hearing in situation

2018-11-05 by Holger Schulze | Comments Off on Hearing in situation

(english translation of an article by Holger Schulze: Hören in Situation. Zur Anthropologie der relationalen Klangwahrnehmung, in: Nadin Deventer & Thomas Oberender (eds.), Now This Means War. Magazin zum Jazzfest Berlin 1.-4. …Continue reading

Experiencing Soundwalking

2018-10-29 by Lotta Vuorio | 1 Comment

Taking steps on different grounds that make different sounds. Keeping the silence in a large group that wanders around parts of Christiania in Copenhagen. Being in the moment, as you have no …Continue reading

Sonic Exercises

2018-10-23 by Lotta Vuorio | 3 Comments

Have you ever thought about speaking aloud or singing as active exercises for strengthening the body? This was a commonly shared supposition amongst physicians in 19th century Britain where physical education gradually …Continue reading

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