This performative symposium brings together artists and academic researchers whose practice is centered around the relationship between movement and sound, modes of listening and the idea of an audible, resonating body.
Challenging the dominance of the gaze, the intention is to investigate how, through sound, vibration and echo, bodies organize and coordinate modes of perception and understanding.
In The Act of Hearing individual modules – workshops, lectures, performances and discussions – will be integrated in a three day program dedicated to different themes: DEVICES, ORGANS and AURA. Anchored in a transdisciplinary approach, the symposium brings together both artistic and curatorial practices, artistic research and the academic research community. The focus lies on the processes of questioning both artistic and scientific research and on how to foster the exchange of ideas and mediation between different ways to produce knowledge.
Detailed program as a download
Conference language: English
Participation is free of charge.
Number of participants is limited.
(Deadline 26 July 2021)
The symposium is supported by
Alfred und Cläre Pott-Stiftung