Colloquium Sound & Sensory Studies


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Holger Schulze
Colloquium Sound & Sensory Studies
Concept

»Transmission
trumps listening,

we are no good
at receiving.«

Michel Serres, The Five Senses (1985/2008), S. 139

Be it sound art-pieces, academic articles, blogposts or a PhD-treatment, an artistic research proposal: in this biweekly research colloquium we immerse ourselves in discussing new approaches to sound studies.

Part of the interdisciplinary Research Group Sound & Senses we invite all researchers, artists, students or listeners to take part and to propose topics and materials for our future meetings.

As a collaborative workshop this meeting provides an opportunity for researchers of all levels (experienced scholars as well as PhD-/MA-students or artistic researchers) to discuss their approaches from various interdisciplinary fields with a special sensibility concerning sound.

Time

every second tuesday (more or less – please check dates!)
3pm-5pm

Location

Sound Studies Lab
Room 16.4.63
Department of Arts & Cultural Studies
Københavns Universitet
Karin Blixens Vej 1
2300 København

References

Cf. on website Sound in Media Culture

Programme

* Tuesday 3.3.2020 3pm-5pm:

– Carla J. Maier & Melissa van Drie: On Rhythming. The Publication

– [TBC: your project presentation or reading / listening proposal here]

* Tuesday 14.4.2020 3pm-5pm:

– Madli Oras: Sonic Dimensions in Superkilen Park, Copenhagen

– [TBC: your project presentation or reading / listening proposal here]

 
* Tuesday 26.5.2020 (afternoon/early evening – location to be confirmed):

 – Book presentations: The Bloomsbury Handbook of Sound Art (ed. by Sanne Krogh Groth & Holger Schulze), Pop Music & Hip Ennui (by Macon Holt), Sonic Fiction (by Holger Schulze), Transcultural Sound Practices (by Carla J. Maier)

* Wednesday (!) 10.6.2020 3pm-5pm:

 – Anette Vandsø

 – Marie Koldkjær Højlund [TBC]