The Research Networking Day provides a platform to exchange ideas and experiences for students and researchers from different European graduate and postgraduate programmes traversing the fields of audio, arts, media, design and related theoretical disciplines.
A yearly initiative co-organised with Humboldt University’s Department of Musicology, the RND sought submissions from students, junior researchers and persons pursuing higher levels of research and studies to present projects and findings connected to the CTM 2018 Turmoil Theme. The selected candidates will give short presentations within different modules, linked by discussion rounds and completed by a closing discussion at the end of the day.
Welcome and Opening
Hosted by Dahlia Borsche (Humboldt University, DE)
Module I: Politics of Pop
Max Alt (DE) – “The New Right is Pop. The Impact of Right-wing Populism on German Pop Music”
L.J. Müller (DE) – “Hearing inequality in current mainstream pop. The sound of white femininity in Taylor Swift’s Reputation”
Maurice Stenzel (DE) – “La Rapublique en Rage!”
Olivia Scott (AU/DE) – "Transcendence in Revolt: Sketching the Radical Potentials of a Politically Engaged New Age Music"
Hosted by Dahlia Borsche (DE)
Module II: The Power of Music
Johanna Wenzel & Thao Ho (DE) – "The Potential of Noise: Striving for Sounds of Protest in Electronic Music"
Luise Wolf (DE) "Drone. From the Sense of Possibility to the Loss of Sense(s) - Variations of Aesthetic Experience in the Presence of Sonic Materiality"
Sam Austin & Edward Wainwright (UK) – "Intoxicated Passion"
Hosted by Christoph Jacke (DE)
Module III: Soundscapes in Turmoil
Banu Çiçek Tülü (TR/DE) – “How to use music as a tool for understanding urban space in everyday life?”
Francisca Rocha Gonçalvez (PT) – “Underwater Noise - what’s next?”
Juan Carlos Duarte Regino (MX/FI) – “Environmental Media. Sensing Tools for Techno-Ecologies”
Hosted by Jin-Hyun Kim (DE)
Dahlia Borsche, Christoph Jacke, Jin-Hyun Kim, participants and the public.
Time: 12 – 18:00
Venue: Kunstquartier Bethanien (Studio 1)