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Workshops and Seminars

New Musical Instruments

Designproject, 3rd−7th semester BA and diploma

Within the research project new electronical instruments will be developed together with students from product design, generative arts and soundstudies. Inspired by invited musicians and their technical set-ups solutions may be integrated in existing instruments or even new instruments will be generated. Since the project is cooperation based working within groups, transdisciplinary work flow and getting into the spirit of the creative works borderland is in focus.

weekly meetings on tuesdays, 10:00 – 17:00

Grunewaldstrasse 2-5, room 111

first date: 28.10.2013 (attention: monday!)