The Research Networking Day (RND) is an exchange platform for students and researchers from different European graduate and postgraduate programmes traversing the fields of audio, arts, media, design, and related theoretical disciplines.
This RND edition will take place in collaboration with the Humboldt University Department of Musicology, the German Association for Music Business and Music Culture Research (GMM), and the “Popular Music and Media” study programme (BA/MA Paderborn University, DE).
Welcome and Opening
Hosted by Dahlia Borsche (Berliner Künstlerprogramm des DAAD, DE)
Max Litjens (NL) – “Differentiating Future Imaginaries through Eco-Grime”
Sophia Bauer (DE) – “Forest Scapes”
Aladin Borioli (CH/DE) – “Hiss”
Hosted by Dahlia Borsche (DE)
Ilana Harris (US/DE) – "Ideasthesia"
Pierre Depaz (FR) "Creative Coding Through Jacques Ranciere's Politics of Aesthetics"
Alejandra Cardenas (PE/DE) – "Data-Soundscapes: Action-Based Sound and Cognitive Capitalism"
Gary Charles (UK) – "De-composing Infinity: Uncontrollability as Creative Practice in Flat Cultural Time"
Hosted by Christoph Jacke (DE)
Jilliene Sellner (CA/UK) – “Researching Women Making Experimental Musics and Sound Arts in the Middle East: Starting Points”
Aude Gouaux-Langlois (FR) – “Corps Sonores”
Catharina Rüß (DE) – “Distorted Sound Waves from Mexico City to Berlin”
Hosted by Anita Jóri (DE)
Dahlia Borsche, Christoph Jacke, Anita Jóri, participants and the public.
Time: 12 – 18:00
Venue: Kunstquartier Bethanien (Studio 1)