Sound Art Matters
Koncerter arrangeret i samarbejde med Kunstnetværket
Nat Bloch Gregersen
Per Najbjerg Odderskov "Industrial inspireret lydspor for den hårde og morbide kerne"
Fernisering af John Drevers: Sanitary tones: ayre #2. Toilet multichannel concert [Dan Dryer]
John Drever er professor ved Goldsmith University i London indenfor akustisk lydmiljø og lydkunst. Som del af sit residency på Godsbanen i Aarhus har John skabt et værk med optagelser af Dan Dryer håndtørrer placeret på Godsbanens toiletter. Værket bliver del af Radars repertoire af værker udviklet specielt til AUDIO CANVAS.
Indtil fre. d. 27/5 har du mulighed for at bidrage til værket, ved at give dit eget bud på lyden af en Dan Dryer. Læs mere HER.
Kl. 22 - 24
KEYNOTE DJ's i samarb. med konferencen "Sound Art Matters"
Frances Dyson (AU) is Emeritus Professor of Cinema and Technocultural Studies at the University of California, Davis, and Visiting Professorial Fellow at the National Institute for Experimental Arts, University of New South Wales. She is the author of The Tone of Our Times: Sound, Sense, Economy and Ecology (MIT Press, 2014); Sounding New Media: Immersion and Embodiment in the Arts and Culture (University of California Press, 2009)
Cathy Lane (UK) is an artist and academic. Her work uses spoken word, field recordings and archive material to explore aspects of our listening relationship with each other and the multiverse. She is currently focused on how sound relates to the past, our histories, environment and our collective and individual memories from a feminist perspective. Cathy is Professor of Sound Arts and University of the Arts London and co-director of CRiSAP ( Creative Research in Sound Arts Practice).
Wolfgang Ernst (DE) is Professor of Media Theory at the Institut für Musik und Medienwissenschaft at Humboldt University, Berlin, where he co-runs the Media Archaeological Fundus. He is the author of Digital Memory and the Archive (2012) and Sonic Time Machines: Explicit Sound, Sirenic Voices and Implicit Sonicity (2015).
Brian Kane (US) is an Associate Professor on Term in the Department of Music, Yale University. He is the author of Sound Unseen: Acousmatic Sound in Theory and Practice (2014). Trained as a composer and philosopher, his research aims to integrate the history and theory of music with broader currents in sound studies and critical theory. He is a founding editor at nonsite.org and on the editorial board of Journal of Music Theory. His newest project is Hearing Double: Jazz, Ontology, Auditory Culture, forthcoming from Oxford University Press.
Jeremy Woodruff (US/DE) is professor at the Istanbul Technical University, Center for Advanced Studies in Music. He is a member of the Errant Bodies Sound Art Project Space in Berlin, and has installed works at exhibitions and conferences including KunstWerk, Berlin, AD Gallery in Bremen, Art Bangaluru in India. His forthcoming monograph on protest and sound art will be published by Errant Bodies Press.
Arrangementet er arrangeret i samarbejde med ARTS, Billedkunstcentret, Kunstnetværket, URBANE VILDSPOR og Kunsthal Aarhus. Derudover er arrangementet støttet af Aarhus2017