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Subject:

MediaArtHistories 2019: RE:SOUND, Aalborg Denmark 20-23 August

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"Roberts J." <[log in to unmask]>

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Interdisciplinary academic study of Cyber Society <[log in to unmask]>

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On 19/07/2019, 14:00, "Image Science" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:



    RE:SOUND 2019 - The 8th International Conference on the Histories of

    Media Art, Science and Technology. Aalborg, Denmark. August 20 – 23,

    2019.

    

    The 8th International Conference on the Histories of Media Art, Science

    and Technology

    

    **AALBORG, Denmark – August 20-23, 2019**

    http://www.mediaarthistory.org/resound 

    

    **Registration is now open**

    The 8th International Conference on the Histories of Media Art, Science

    and Technology - RE:SOUND -   will be hosted by Aalborg University.

    Following Banff 2005, Berlin 2007, Melbourne 2009, Liverpool 2011, Riga

    2013, Montreal 2015 and Krems/Göttweig/Vienna 2017, Aalborg University

    invite you to attend RE:SOUND MAH2019 in Aalborg, Denmark.

    The histories of art are saturated by sonic experiments and expressions

    (Kahn, Weibel). Yet, the occurrence of sound in art throughout the 18th,

    19th and 20th century remains heavily under-theorized and

    -contextualized, just as it is all but missing in existing archives

    (with few important, albeit resent, exceptions). The ‘matter’ of sonic

    saturation and its interlinked under-theorized situation, does not only

    concern the musicologists and a small specialized field of sound

    researchers; it is, or should be, the matter and concern of the whole

    media arts field: it speaks to its very foundation in transmedia issues

    and different understanding of the plurality of the histories

    contextualizing technologically mediated art. 

    Through its techno-resonating immersion, media art reverberates in all

    cultural and societal matters on a pervasive scale.

    The RE:SOUND conference is part of the Media Arts Histories conference

    series http://www.mediaarthistory.org/mah-conf-series bringing together

    leading researchers, artists, and scientists on a series of

    interdisciplinary topics for over 14 years. RE:SOUND, the 8th conference

    in this series, will take a specific interest on the theories,

    practices, histories etc. of art and technology which are focusing on,

    concerned with, reflecting on, including, mobilising and/or working with

    sound, as a main component or an integral part. RE:SOUND will host four

    days with 9 tracks of paper sessions, panels, workshops, practice-based

    interventions, exhibitions, performances, poster sessions, a PhD

    workshop and keynotes.

    

    **KEYNOTES AND PANELS:**

    o       Jamie ALLEN (CA)

    o       Salomé VOEGELIN (UK)

    o       Christoph COX (US)

    o       Marie HØJLUND (DK)

    o       Samson YOUNG (CHN)

    o       CONVERSATION WITH CURATORS:

    - Barbara LONDON (US)

    - Arnau HORTA (ES)

    - Seth CLUETT (US)

    - Salomé VOEGELIN (UK)

    - Morten SØNDERGAARD (DK)

    

    

    **Tracks:**

    * Track 1 Resounding Media Art: Archaeologies, Indeterminate

    Textualities, and Possible Futures

    * Track 2 Sounding Difference: Gender, Sound, and Technology

    * Track 3 Sound and Voice: Art Practices and Politics

    * Track 4 Art and Technology: Methodologies, Practices, Histories

    * Track 5 Sound Art Curating. Critical Histories, Strategies and

    Practices

    * Track 6 Sound within Bodies, Moist Media Practices, Environment and

    Life-World: Organisms, Geology and Ecological Niches

    * Track 7 The Return of the Sonic Real

    * Track 8 Archive, Archives, Archiving

    * Track 9 General Topics

    * Art Track

    

    

    * RE:SOUND CONFERENCE CHAIR:**  Morten SØNDERGAARD

    

    Conference Co-chair:  Laura BELOFF

    

    

    **TRACK CHAIRS:**

    * Track 1: Tanya TOFT AG (HK)

    * Track 2: Gabriela ACEVES SEPÚLVEDA (CA)

    * Track 3: Luz Maria SANCHEZ CARDONA (MX)

    * Track 4: Magdalena ZDRODOWSKA (PL)

    * Track 5: Liora BELFORD (CA)

    * Track 6: Dolores STEINMAN (CA)

    * Track 7: Rahma KHAZAM (FR)

    * Track 8: Morten SØNDERGAARD (DK) & Rodrigo GUZMAN (AT)

    * Track 9: Laura Beloff (FIN) and Morten Søndergaard (DK)

    * Art Track: Senior Curator: Morten Søndergaard (DK); Co-curators:

    Sebastian BÜLOW (DK) & Laura Beloff.

    

    **SPEAKERS and PRESENTERS (among others):**

    Jamie ALLEN (CA), Salomé VOEGELIN (UK), Christoph COX (US), Samson

    YOUNG (CHN), Marie HØJLUND (DK), Barbara LONDON (US), Arnau HORTA (ES),

    Seth CLUETT (US), Morten SØNDERGAARD (DK), Jason(US), Gabriela ACEVES

    SEPÚLVEDA (CA), Iracema DE ANDRADE (MX), Daniel CERMAK-SASSENRATH (DK),

    Harald KRAEMER (HK), Laura BELOFF (DK), Luis SOTELO CASTRO (CA), Luz

    María SÁNCHEZ (MX), Iris GARRELFS (UK), Ximena ALARCÓN-DÍAZ (NO),

    Budhaditya CHATTOPADHYAY (LB), Ana PERAICA (HR), Michelle LEWIS-KING

    (CHN), Dolores STEINMAN (CA), Jens HAUSER (DK), Andreas BROECKMANN (DE),

    Amanda GUTIÉRREZ (MX), Rodrigo GUZMAN (AT), Rasmus HOLMBOE (DK), Jordan

    LACEY (AU), Monika GÓRSKA-OLESIŃSKA (PL), Nina CZEGLEDY (CA), Anna

    NACHER (PL), Ulrik SCHMIDT (DK), Giselle BEIGUELMAN (BR),Rahma KHAZAM

    (FR), Raivo KELOMEES (EE), Willard VAN DE BOGART (US), Catherine BAKER

    (UK), Pau ALSINA (ES), Anca HORVATH (DK), Falk HEINRICH (DK), Viola

    RÜHSE (AT), Freya ZINOVIEFF (CA), Alejandra BRONFMAN (US), Magdalena

    ZDRODOWSKA (PL), Carlos ROSAS (US), Simone OSTHOF (US), Tomotaro KANEKO

    (JP), Andres BURBANO VALDÉS (CO), Ryszard W. KLUSZCZYŃSKI (PL), Janina

    HOTH (AT), Darko FRITZ (HR), Kazuhiro JO (JP), Paul DEMARINIS (US),

    Angélica PIEDRAHITA (MX).

    

    **MediaArtHistories Conference Series Board (Steering Comittee)**

    Andreas BROECKMANN (Leuphana Universität, DE), Sean CUBITT (Goldsmiths,

    UK), Andres BURBANO (Universidad de los Andes, CO), Oliver GRAU (Danube

    University, AT), Prof. Dr. Inge HINTERWALDNER (Karlsruhe Institute of

    Technology GER), Erkki HUHTAMO (University of California, US), Machiko

    KUSAHARA (Waseda University, JP), Gunalan NADARAJAN (Ann Arbor School of

    Art&Design, US), Katja KWASTEK, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam NL), (Paul

    THOMAS (University of New South Wales, AU), Chris SALTER, (Concordia

    University and Hexagram, Montreal CA)

    

    Headquarter Wendy COONES (DanubeU)

    

    MAH-HONORARY BOARD

    Rudolf ARNHEIM†, Douglas DAVIS†, Jasia REICHARDT, Itsuo SAKANE, Peter

    WEIBEL

    

    Venues:

    The RE:SOUND conference will be held at the CREATE Campus of Aalborg

    University, located in the heart of this great city in Northern

    Denmark.

    CREATE is a spacious modern building housing the Aalborg University

    Department of Architecture, Design, and Media Technology. It contains a

    large auditorium that seats 249 persons where the main keynotes and

    conference presentations will be held. CREATE also consists of a large

    open hall with big glass front that overlooks the beautiful Aalborg

    waterfront and Limfjord. It contains a canteen area where coffee breaks

    and lunch will be available. The CREATE Campus of Aalborg University is

    a rich and vibrant environment filled with creative students and student

    projects that will complement the energy and excitement surrounding the

    RE:SOUND conference.

    

    **PARTNERS: **

    AALBORG UNIVERSITY, Denmark // VisitAalborg // STRUER TRACKS // CatCh

    // RELATE – Research Laboratory for Art and Technology // DanubeU /

    ADA-Archive for Digital Art

    

    **SPONSORS AND FUNDING**

    // CARLSBERG FOUNDATION // Novo Nordisk Fonden // GN Group Denmark /

    Dep. for Image Science, DanubeU

    

    **************************************************************************

    http://www.mediaarthistory.org/resound 

    **************************************************************************

    MediaArtHistories Master: www.mediacultures.net/mah/ 

    Archive for Digital Art: www.digitalartarchive.at

    

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    list made up of people who are interested in the interdisciplinary academic

    study of Cyber Society in all its manifestations.To join the list please visit:

    http://www.jiscmail.ac.uk/lists/cyber-society-live.html

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list made up of people who are interested in the interdisciplinary academic

study of Cyber Society in all its manifestations.To join the list please visit:

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