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During LNDW 2024, we are joined by Lukas Grundmann, Johanna Hardt, and Pierre Depaz for a special event on the social dimensions of sound, the role of community radios, digital platforms and art institutions in facilitating more community-oriented modalities of listening and broadcasting.

The event is open to all, join us during the LNDW in our studio at TU Berlin.



Input 1: Lukas Grundmann / Cashmere Radio

Cashmere Radio, a Berlin-based community radio and non-profit association, explores the interplay of physical and virtual spaces through collective broadcasting. This talk will examine radio as a social space and a place for sonic arts. By presenting examples of past and current projects, it will trace how radiophonic practices weave social webs among communities and investigate the transformation of spaces through radio and vice versa.


Lukas Grundmann works with sound and experimental electronic music in installations, performances and compositions in contexts of music, art, theatre and radio. He is a board member of Cashmere Radio e.V. and teaches in the M.A. program Sound Studies and Sonic Arts at the University of the Arts in Berlin.



Input 2: Johanna Hardt / High Pitch Magazine

Reconciling technically demanding sound works with the aim of making them more accessible in contemporary debates and art institutional contexts is a balancing act. Using the example of an interactive exhibition by Anne de Boer and Eloise Bonneviot that I curated, I will consider the practical implications of providing a durational setting for sound in white cube spaces. From the mechanisms of this particular show, I will move on to the conceptual development of High Pitch Magazine - a digital platform dedicated to exploring sound as a medium for artistic expression and critical discourse launching later this year.


Johanna Hardt is an independent curator and writer interested in the role of sound in contemporary art practices. Her research focuses on feminist theories and the intersections between technology, nature, and culture. She has developed projects at the Heidelberger Kunstverein (HDKV), the Institute of Contemporary Arts in London, Cubitt Artists, Corsica Studios, and the Azkuna Zentroa Museum in Bilbao. She holds an MA in Curating from Goldsmiths, University of London, and a BA in cultural studies from Leuphana University, Lüneburg.



Input 3: Pierre Depaz / Dial Radio

Dial Radio is a worldwide playlist broadcasting station, a platform who allows anyone to have their music played on the digital airwaves. Taking the example of this project, I will develop on the relationship between automated web broadcasting, pirate radio and sociology of taste. From Brecht to Spotify, this will involve discussing the modalities of listening in an era of floating digital content at a (slightly) theoretical level, but also considering how some questions might be answered differently when we build things to address them.


Pierre Depaz is a teacher and researcher in media studies, interested in how software mediates our understanding and experience of our environment. He is currently a Lecturer of Interactive Media at NYU Berlin, a guest Lecturer at Sciences Po Paris and a member of the CulturIA ANR research project.


During LNDW 2024, we are joined by Lukas Grundmann, Johanna Hardt, and Pierre Depaz for a special event on the social dimensions of sound, the role of community radios, digital platforms and art institutions in facilitating more community-oriented modalities of listening and broadcasting.

The event is open to all, join us during the LNDW in our studio at TU Berlin.



Input 1: Lukas Grundmann / Cashmere Radio

Cashmere Radio, a Berlin-based community radio and non-profit association, explores the interplay of physical and virtual spaces through collective broadcasting. This talk will examine radio as a social space and a place for sonic arts. By presenting examples of past and current projects, it will trace how radiophonic practices weave social webs among communities and investigate the transformation of spaces through radio and vice versa.


Lukas Grundmann works with sound and experimental electronic music in installations, performances and compositions in contexts of music, art, theatre and radio. He is a board member of Cashmere Radio e.V. and teaches in the M.A. program Sound Studies and Sonic Arts at the University of the Arts in Berlin.



Input 2: Johanna Hardt / High Pitch Magazine

Reconciling technically demanding sound works with the aim of making them more accessible in contemporary debates and art institutional contexts is a balancing act. Using the example of an interactive exhibition by Anne de Boer and Eloise Bonneviot that I curated, I will consider the practical implications of providing a durational setting for sound in white cube spaces. From the mechanisms of this particular show, I will move on to the conceptual development of High Pitch Magazine - a digital platform dedicated to exploring sound as a medium for artistic expression and critical discourse launching later this year.


Johanna Hardt is an independent curator and writer interested in the role of sound in contemporary art practices. Her research focuses on feminist theories and the intersections between technology, nature, and culture. She has developed projects at the Heidelberger Kunstverein (HDKV), the Institute of Contemporary Arts in London, Cubitt Artists, Corsica Studios, and the Azkuna Zentroa Museum in Bilbao. She holds an MA in Curating from Goldsmiths, University of London, and a BA in cultural studies from Leuphana University, Lüneburg.



Input 3: Pierre Depaz / Dial Radio

Dial Radio is a worldwide playlist broadcasting station, a platform who allows anyone to have their music played on the digital airwaves. Taking the example of this project, I will develop on the relationship between automated web broadcasting, pirate radio and sociology of taste. From Brecht to Spotify, this will involve discussing the modalities of listening in an era of floating digital content at a (slightly) theoretical level, but also considering how some questions might be answered differently when we build things to address them.


Pierre Depaz is a teacher and researcher in media studies, interested in how software mediates our understanding and experience of our environment. He is currently a Lecturer of Interactive Media at NYU Berlin, a guest Lecturer at Sciences Po Paris and a member of the CulturIA ANR research project.


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Matteo Pasquinelli: The Eye of the Master. A Social History of Artificial Intelligence. Verso Books, 2023, ISBN: 978-1-78873-006-8

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Lukas Grundmann, Johanna Hardt and Pierre Depaz

Where

Studio

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During LNDW 2024, we are joined by Lukas Grundmann, Johanna Hardt, and Pierre Depaz for a special event on the social dimensions of sound, the role of community radios, digital platforms and art institutions in facilitating more community-oriented modalities of listening and broadcasting.

During LNDW 2024, we are joined by Lukas Grundmann, Johanna Hardt, and Pierre Depaz for a special event on the social dimensions of sound, the role of community radios, digital platforms and art institutions in facilitating more community-oriented modalities of listening and broadcasting.

The event is open to all, join us during the LNDW in our studio at TU Berlin.



Input 1: Lukas Grundmann / Cashmere Radio

Cashmere Radio, a Berlin-based community radio and non-profit association, explores the interplay of physical and virtual spaces through collective broadcasting. This talk will examine radio as a social space and a place for sonic arts. By presenting examples of past and current projects, it will trace how radiophonic practices weave social webs among communities and investigate the transformation of spaces through radio and vice versa.


Lukas Grundmann works with sound and experimental electronic music in installations, performances and compositions in contexts of music, art, theatre and radio. He is a board member of Cashmere Radio e.V. and teaches in the M.A. program Sound Studies and Sonic Arts at the University of the Arts in Berlin.



Input 2: Johanna Hardt / High Pitch Magazine

Reconciling technically demanding sound works with the aim of making them more accessible in contemporary debates and art institutional contexts is a balancing act. Using the example of an interactive exhibition by Anne de Boer and Eloise Bonneviot that I curated, I will consider the practical implications of providing a durational setting for sound in white cube spaces. From the mechanisms of this particular show, I will move on to the conceptual development of High Pitch Magazine - a digital platform dedicated to exploring sound as a medium for artistic expression and critical discourse launching later this year.


Johanna Hardt is an independent curator and writer interested in the role of sound in contemporary art practices. Her research focuses on feminist theories and the intersections between technology, nature, and culture. She has developed projects at the Heidelberger Kunstverein (HDKV), the Institute of Contemporary Arts in London, Cubitt Artists, Corsica Studios, and the Azkuna Zentroa Museum in Bilbao. She holds an MA in Curating from Goldsmiths, University of London, and a BA in cultural studies from Leuphana University, Lüneburg.



Input 3: Pierre Depaz / Dial Radio

Dial Radio is a worldwide playlist broadcasting station, a platform who allows anyone to have their music played on the digital airwaves. Taking the example of this project, I will develop on the relationship between automated web broadcasting, pirate radio and sociology of taste. From Brecht to Spotify, this will involve discussing the modalities of listening in an era of floating digital content at a (slightly) theoretical level, but also considering how some questions might be answered differently when we build things to address them.


Pierre Depaz is a teacher and researcher in media studies, interested in how software mediates our understanding and experience of our environment. He is currently a Lecturer of Interactive Media at NYU Berlin, a guest Lecturer at Sciences Po Paris and a member of the CulturIA ANR research project.


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