I will present some observations and implications on our topic of the degradation of digital audio. Consequentially, i will try to formulate a number of bold claims summing up to the form of a manifesto.
Politics of the Machine conference
Aalborg University Copenhagen
A. C. Meyers Vænge 15, 2450 Copenhagen, Denmark
May 16 2018, “sonic machines” session at 3:45pm
From May 11 thru 13, the project members will gather for a formal kick-off meeting in order to flesh out the goals and strategies for the months to come.
One important part of this meeting will be a public discourse session. There will be a number of short presentations where team members explain their respective personal perspectives on the project, and, more prominently, an open discussion, where we invite the interested audience to contribute their ideas and wishes for the project to our kick-off event.
The open discourse will be guided by performer Charlotta Ruth. The event will be held in English.
Friday, May 11 2018, 15-18h
spiel|mach|t|raum, room S0225
University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna (MDW)
Anton-von-Webern-Platz 1, 1030 Vienna, Austria
Right after the official start with May 1, Thomas Grill and Almut Schilling will present concepts and strategies of the rotting sounds project as part of the Applied Practice lecture series, both from their respective angles of sound art and digital preservation.
Following will be an open discussion session led by media expert Michael Iber where the audience is cordially invited to share their thoughts on the topic with us. The talk will be in held in German language.
May 2 2018, 17h
Angewandte Innovation Laboratory (AIL)
Franz-Josefs-Kai 3, 1010 Vienna, Austria
4 April 2018, 9.30 am – 6.00 pm
MDW – University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna
Fanny Hensel Hall
Artistic research as it has emerged and evolved over the last three decades is related to an increasing interest in epistemological questions as well as an interrogation of how artistic practices constitutively support and instigate processes of knowledge creation. Art is thus being looked at both as an object and a medium of research, becoming part of a general discourse on knowledge regimes and research models.
The symposium will investigate this dynamic, ever-renewing field of interrelations with a special focus on the performing arts. Highlighting the issue of various implementation models in curricula and study programmes in higher arts education, it will critically analyse international institutional policies and facilitate an open debate on how to integrate current practices and discourses into future teaching and research structures.