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What Sounds Do

2022-06-08 by Holger Schulze | 2 Comments

NOTE: Registration is now open. Click right here! Sounds are ever present: They continue to envelop and move through you and me in every single moment. But what agencies drive those sounds, …Continue reading

Postcolonial Repercussions

2022-05-31 by Holger Schulze | Comments Off on Postcolonial Repercussions

These days the sixth volume in the Sound Studies Series (since 2008) is being published by Transcript Publishing: Postcolonial Repercussions: On Sound Ontologies and Decolonised Listening Edited by Andi Schon and Johannes …Continue reading

Sound Art in the 21st Century

2022-05-25 by Holger Schulze | Comments Off on Sound Art in the 21st Century

What is sound art in the 21st century? Who are today’s performers, and what do they do to find and create sounds that make us listen, think, discuss, doubt, or imagine? What …Continue reading

120 Years of Sound Art

2022-03-08 by Holger Schulze | Comments Off on 120 Years of Sound Art

What is sound art in the 21st century? Who are today’s performers, and what do they do to find and create sounds that make us listen, think, discuss, doubt, or imagine? What …Continue reading

Sound Studies Lab Lectures 2022

2022-02-28 by Ania Mauruschat | Comments Off on Sound Studies Lab Lectures 2022

“What do we want? Climate justice. When do we want it? Now!” Battle cries of climate change activists like that can be understood as evidence for the proposition that especially in recent …Continue reading

HOW TO DO THINGS WITH SOUND?

2022-02-18 by Holger Schulze | Comments Off on HOW TO DO THINGS WITH SOUND?

Sonic fictions are everywhere: in conversations about vernacular culture, in music videos, sound art compositions, and on record sleeves; in everyday encounters with sonic experiences and in every single piece of writing …Continue reading

Sounding the Dissolution

2021-10-12 by Holger Schulze | Comments Off on Sounding the Dissolution

On September 1st, Giada Dalla Bontà started to work at the University of Copenhagen as a PhD researcher within the Sound Studies Lab. In her project she investigates the role of experimental …Continue reading

Sounds of The Week

2021-03-15 by Salomé Voegelin | 3 Comments

For some weeks now, Salomé Voegelin and Holger Schulze invite all Clubhouse members to join their weekly reflections, meditations, and musings around the Sounds of The Week. The conversation is open for …Continue reading

Sounding Crisis

2021-03-09 by Holger Schulze | Comments Off on Sounding Crisis

On Febuary 8, 2021 the European Commission announced the results of the MSCA Individual Fellowship 2020. €328 million in grants have been awarded this time to 1,630 excellent researchers from all over …Continue reading

My Listening Protocol IV

2021-02-02 by Melissa Van Drie | Comments Off on My Listening Protocol IV

A sonically rhythmic carrot, cauliflower, cumin soup to brighten a winter day As part of the listening protocol series, I propose a sonic sensing experience in the form of a performative recipe. …Continue reading

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