Di, 16/07/2019, 14:00 Uhr
Elektronische Musik / Improvisation / Diskurs / Workshop

Interacting with Body, Electronics and Space


Symposium

Interacting with Body, Electronics and Space is a two day event of discourse, performance and demonstrations. Atau Tanaka, currently Edgard-Varèse Guest Professor at Technical University Berlin, and Henrik von Coler, director of the Electronic Music Studio at the TU, invite researchers, emerging as well as international artists in order to approach the questions which emerge in the field of musical interaction through technical means and the concept of embodiment. How does the body act in space through sound? How might technology mediate this? How do we create new means of interaction and what musical or performative acts result from these developments?
The first day (16 July) will be an afternoon symposium presenting talks, discussions, and demonstrations of projects in new instrument building, audiovisuals, and material thinking. Prof Tanaka will present a keynote address on the phenomenology of musical performance.

The second day (17 July) will be an evening concert where the instruments presented in the first day will come to life in a musical setting, played on a multichannel sound system from the TU, installed in the Curt-Sachs-Saal at the Musical Instrument Museum. The event is supported by the DAAD and made possible through the cooperation between the Staatliches Institut für Musikforschung and the TU Studio, respectively the Audiocommunication Group.

Symposium Program:

  • Jin Hyun Kim: »Rethinking (dis)embodiment in interactive music« Talk
  • Daisuke Ishida: »Recent activities of The SINE WAVE ORCHESTRA« Talk
  • Matt Hughes: »URack: a modular musical interface for building visuals in Unity« Talk
  • Marcello Lussana, Pascal Staudt, Olga Kozmanidze: »Sentire: Sensory human interaction« Talk

  • Round Table: (Atau Tanaka moderator)

with Kaffe Matthews, Sukandar Kartadinata, Liz Allbee

  • Henrik von Coler, Tom Lerch: »BingBong: Interdisciplinary Development of an Expressive Interface« Talk
  • Isak Han, Hannes Hoelzl, Alberto de Campo (HAI Trio): »Possibility Space Travel with the nUFO by Airborne Instruments« Talk
  • Max Neupert, Clemens Wegener: »Tickle: Sensitive Surfaces for Music« Talk

  • Demos

Various Demonstrations and Drinks

https://www.ak.tu-berlin.de/menue/elektronisches_studio/upcoming_events/

  • Dauer: 6h
  • Curt-Sachs-Saal, Staatliches Institut für Musikforschung (Eingang Ben-Gurion-Straße)
  • Tiergartenstraße 1, Berlin
  • Ticketpreis: Free entrance