Friday October 28, 2011
4pm – 8pm
Haus der Kulturen der Welt Berlin
John-Foster Dulles-Allee 10
A Public Symposion
at the Haus der Kulturen der Welt Berlin
on the occasion of the 4th Workshop
of the International Research Network,
funded by the German Research Foundation DFG
How does mobile audio technology transform our perceptual techniques?
How does an anthropology of sound and the senses offer new insights into our everyday life with sounds?
We invited two of the most important international researchers in the field of sound studies, Jonathan Sterne and Veit Erlmann, to an afternoon of explorations: to explore the anthropology and cultural history of audile techniques – as examples of sensory technologies in populare culture. An audio performance by AGF a.k.a Antye Greie is at the center of this symposion. Michael Bull and Peter Wicke will respond to the two main lectures.
An introduction into sound studies as a – rapidly expanding and developing – transdisciplinary and international field of research.
Sensorial Technologies & Popular Culture
With: Jonathan Sterne, Peter Wicke & Holger Schulze
04:15 pm Jonathan Sterne:
Lecture: Mp3 – a 100 year history of an 18 year-old format
04:45 pm Peter Wicke:
05:30 pm Break
Audio Media Design Performance
AGF a.k.a. Antye Greie:
Performance: Beatnadeln – Extimicy
On the Anthropology of Aurality
With: Veit Erlmann, Michael Bull & Jens Papenburg
Lecture: The Acoustic Unconscious: Time and Rhythm around 1900