‘Sound, Art, Auditory Cultures’ Participants

The participants of the “Sound, Art, Auditory Cultures” conference in Copenhagen (28.-30.11.07) are now online. Some great keynotes, projects and papers form all over Europe:

And looks like they have an impressive library at the University of Copenhagen as well. Picture by Bo Madsen on Flickr.

Keynote Lecturers:

Christoph Cox, Associate Professor of Philosophy, Hampshire College: Sound Art and the Ontology of the Audible

Allen S. Weiss, Associate Adjunct Professor, Performance Studies and Cinema Studies, NYU:Impossible Audio Worlds

Sabine Breitsameter, Professor at the Faculty of Media of Hochschule Darmstadt – University of Applied Sciences: Sound Experience, Sound Culture, Sound Studies

PARTICIPANTS:

Carolyn Birdsall: The Sounds of Tradition? Radio Aesthetics and Karneval Rituals in Interwar Germany

Erik Kristianssen: Designing an Auditory Experience using a Location-based Computer Game

Eva Sjuve: Designing Prototype GO for Sound and Light

Frauke Behrendt: Mobile Sonic Experience: Methodological Concerns

Jérôme Hansen: Sound Art/Film Sound: from Convergence to Conversation

John Heijmans: STAGING THE SIREN ORCHESTRA

John Wynne: Trauma and Transformation, Identity and Environment

Juliana Hodkinson: Listening to the drone: aural performativity without event

Lars Bang Larsen: Feedback: amplification and event

Lars Iyer: Music Outside Music

Louise K Wilson: Echoes and Reverberations: a sonic archive of Cold War sites

Mikhail Karikis: The Broken Voice

Rune Søchting: On sound phenomenology

Senta Siewert: Music in contemporary European Cinema
Steen Kaargaard Nielsen: FOR YOUR EARS ONLY – AUDIO CULTURAL REFLECTIONS ON THE REMEDIATION OF THE SYMPHONIC FILM SCORE AS SOUNDTRACK ALBUM

Tina Rigby Hanssen: Ambient sound and the question of space in contemporary video art

Trond Lossius: Negotiating space in sound installations

Ulrik Schmidt: Auditory Ambience as Aesthetic Category

Richard Widerberg: IMPROVe: The mobile phone as a medium for heightened sonic awareness

Jacob Kreutzfeldt: Acoustic territoriality in a Japanese shopping area

Mads Krogh: Rap music’s spaces – between music and soundscapes

Charlotte Rørdam: The sound of food

Daniel Campbell Blight: Structural Listening

Aeron Bergman: Shout Out Motown

Asbjørn Tiller: Imaginary Landscapes, Virtual Acoustic Spaces

Ricardo Huisman: super sonic sound scape shoes

Michel Risse: The Instrument/Monument project: a contextual approach of sound in public spaces and street arts.

Bastien Gallet: To compose extents : THE ART OF SOUND INSTALLATION

Participating without a paper:

Annemette Kirkegaard

Kirsty Stansfield

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