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Field research, critical analysis & sonic artifacts

How to do Sonic Anthropology?

2020-10-26 by Holger Schulze | Comments Off on How to do Sonic Anthropology?

A scribbled paper and recording devices at the Sound Studies Lab (October 28th, 2019: Salomé Voegelin and Mark Peter Wright visited Carla Maier and Melissa Van Drie). In the fall of 2019 …Continue reading

In a Forest of Letters

2020-07-06 by Holger Schulze | Comments Off on In a Forest of Letters

On July 10th, 2020, an exhibition and a series of conversations and concerts opens at CLB Berlin in the Aufbauhaus on Moritzplatz that was conceptualized during and for these times of contact …Continue reading

Honey is Something We Make Together

2019-11-27 by Zora van Harten | Comments Off on Honey is Something We Make Together

“They don’t have honey here,” a man said confused. At the end of his journey through the tent of the installation, he was disappointed that there was no honey to taste. Instead, …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

Sound & Excellent Design

2017-05-23 by Holger Schulze | Comments Off on Sound & Excellent Design

Recently, the jurors of the Association of American University Presses selected from a total of 563 entries the 52 best examples of excellent book jacket and cover design in 2017. It is …Continue reading

1 COPY TO WIN

2016-10-03 by Holger Schulze | Comments Off on 1 COPY TO WIN

The symposion here in Copenhagen on October 6 is only a few days away – and thanks to MIT-Press, the publisher of “Sound as Popular Culture”, we are now happy to have …Continue reading

NEW at MIT-Press: Sound as Popular Culture

2016-03-11 by Holger Schulze | Comments Off on NEW at MIT-Press: Sound as Popular Culture

»Sound is not incidental to popular culture: it is fundamental to it.« From an infant’s gurgles over a baby monitor to the roar of the crowd in a stadium to the sub-bass …Continue reading

Invitation to a disambiguation

2014-12-17 by Holger Schulze | Comments Off on Invitation to a disambiguation

On February the 18th, 2015 the two newly appointed professors in musicology at the University of Copenhagen, Michael Fjeldsøe and Holger Schulze will introduce themselves with an inauguration afternoon. Their approaches of …Continue reading

ESSA Conference Photostream

2013-11-19 by Julia Krause | Comments Off on ESSA Conference Photostream

The 1st International ESSA Conference FUNCTIONAL SOUNDS in pictures. Opening and Keynotes Douglas Kahn and Jason Stanyek Out of the Panels     Jeremy Woodruffs Installation GONGBURGH: STEELTOWN FORESTS at Atrium at …Continue reading

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