Atmospheric Listening with Marina Peterson

Drawing from her book ‘Atmospheric Noise: The Indefinite Urbanism of Los Angeles’, Marina Peterson discusses how listening to airport noise is a way of attuning to the atmospheric – to that which is ephemeral, to dynamic relationships between forms of matter, to the indeterminacy of forms and concepts.

Les Sirènes – Public Soundings. (artist talks curated by Alessandra Eramo) Mattin and Ariel William Orah

The musician, performance artist and noise theorist Mattin will talk about his new book Social Dissonance, published by Urbanomic, including a performative interaction with the audience. Ariel William Orah is a Berlin-based Indonesian artist who explores themes related to identity, memory, and scarcity.He will talk about “Performative Kinship”: past, present, and future socially engaged art creation process and discourse.

SOUNDINGS – Assemblies of Listenings and Voices Across the Souths

Was bedeuten Klänge und der Begriff der Musik für jene Musiker*innen, Klangkünstler*innen und Denker*innen, die ihre Tradition, Kultur oder Weltanschauung nicht in den global dominierenden eurozentrischen künstlerischen und intellektuellen Klang- und Musikpraktiken wiedererkennen?

Budhaditya Chattopadhyay: newly published editions

The Auditory Setting: Environmental Sounds in Film and Media Arts (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press) 

Sound Practices in the Global South: Co-listening to Resounding Plurilogues (London: Palgrave Macmillan)

Pop Music on the Border to Sound Art: Sounds Pop panel discussion

With Paula Schopf, Frau Fisch, Dornika, Carla J. Meier and
Moderator: Jeremy Woodruff
Now that sound art has become mainstream, we are witnessing a large revival of mixing sound art concepts with pop. How do experiments with sound enter into various pop artist’s work? And how perhaps, is sound art itself breaking out of traditional models using pop-like methods?