3B. Performative session: Aural Events [back]
Session moderator: Alex Arteaga, Berlin University of the Arts
Metamusic – a sound project for and with grey parrots
The presentation addresses questions of creating musical interfaces, sonic tools and sound sculptures in an animal-centered design process in order to gain a better understanding of non-anthropocentric intelligence and musical structures beyond human conception.
Martin Breindl will be representing the project realized in collaboration with:
Martin Breindl – Mag.art / alien productions
Norbert Math – alien productions
Andrea Sodomka – Mag.art / alien productions
Martin Kaltenbrunner – Dipl.-Ing. (FH), Professor for Interface Culture at the University of Art and Design in Linz
Reinhard Gupfinger – Mag.art, Institute for Interface Cultures, University of Art and Design Linz
Nadja Ziegler – Mag., ARGE Papageienschutz
Julia Bellmann – ARGE Papageienschutz
Daniel Gilfillan – Associate Professor, Arizona State University, USA
Performative Autoethnography of a Cellist-Researcher: The Dualism of Implicit and Explicit Motivation throughout Life
In this performative autoethnographic presentation, I will highlight the importance of motivational congruence in the prediction of pursuing a joyful, healthy, and successful performing career as a musician and researcher in the classical music arena.
Guadalupe López-Íñiguez – PhD, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Sibelius Academy, University of the Arts Helsinki
The aural garden of auditive materiality – a case study on ’Et in Arcadia ego'-performance
'Et in Arcadia ego'-music performance is an auditory garden deriving its inspiration from 17th-century European meditation gardens. Could the idea of auditive, organic pre-recorded materiality be applied to the concert venue understood as a compound of resonating elements and shapes? The 'Et in Arcadia ego' performance develops performativity of classical music by subtly varying its parameters.
Assi Karttunen – Doctor of Music, Sibelius Academy, University of the Arts Helsinki