[ 23. November 2022 ]

DEGEM News – BERLIN – Ankündigung: Symposium on Archiving and Re-Performing Electroacoustic Music AREM2022

Von: Miriam Akkermann
Datum: Wed, 23 Nov 2022
Betreff: Ankündigung: Symposium on Archiving and Re-Performing Electroacoustic Music AREM2022

Symposium on Archiving and Re-Performing Electroacoustic Music

AREM2022 – “Sources”

will take place on online on December 9-10, 2022

Archiving music involving digital technologies becomes a more and more urgent task. This comprises born digital sources as well as digitized content and also applies to information held in digital repositories. Besides challenges such as providing and maintaining adequate facilities, a major question is also how to deal with these digital sources. How can they be structured and classified to grant accessibility? What role does it play to ‘be online‘? And how can performative aspects be integrated in digital sources? Researchers from different fields and backgrounds such as music research, archival studies, media studies, film studies and arts will present their projects and thoughts on these topics, sharing approaches and knowledge on preserving music and various media in digital context.

Friday, 9.12.2022; 14.00 – 17.30 p.m. (Berlin time)

14.00 – 14.15 Virtual doors open

14.15 – 14.30 Welcome (Miriam Akkermann)

14.30 – 16.00 Session 1 – Strategies and Approaches

Giulia Sarno Connecting the dots: activation strategies for an archive of electronic music

Hannah Bosma Archiving STEIM

Nausikaä El Mecky The Danger of Uploading an Image – Some thoughts on the ephemeral eternity of digital archives

16.00 – 16.30 Coffee Break

16.30 – 18.00 Session 2 – Data and Access

David Lewis Music Encoding and Linked Data: A flexible approach to sharing musical information online
Sarah-Mai Dang Situating Sources. On Research Data Management and Film History

Saturday, 10.12.2022; 9.15 – 12.45 a.m. (Berlin time)

9.15 – 9.30 Virtual doors open

9.30 – 11.00 Session 3 – Sources

Serge Lemouton, Miller Puckette Preventive restoration of early real-time repertoire pieces

Mikako Mizuno Archiving on text documentation and/or events information; multiple sources of Japanese electroacoustic pieces

Andreas Münzmay tba

11.00 – 11.30 Coffee Break

11.30 – 12.30 Session 4 – Dynamics

Karin Lingnau Aspects of collecting the immaterial and the speculative

Annet Dekker The tension between static documentation and dynamic art

12.30 Farewell

The symposium is organized by Jun.-Prof. Dr. Miriam Akkermann and hosted at the TU Dresden in cooperation with SLUB Dresden.
More Infos: http://www.arem2022.wordpress.com