Musical Instruments in the 21st Century —
Identities, Configurations, Practices
Designtransfer Berlin (Einsteinufer 43, 10587 Berlin), 13.-16. October 2016
Exhibition, Concert and International Symposium on Design, Development, and Dissemination of New Musical Instruments.
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Designtransfer Berlin (Einsteinufer 43, 10587 Berlin), 13.-16. October 2016.
Exhibition opening: 13.10., 18h
Guided tours: 14.10., 18h
Welcome to an exhibition of new musical instruments! Works on display are results of student and research team projects developed within the 3DMIN project, e.g. PushPull, Half-closed Loop, SUM0.2 and Organum vivum. A detailed list of the exhibited pieces will follow soon.
- Thursday, 13.10.2016, 19h–21h
- Exhibition Opening
- Live performances with exhibited instruments
- MikroKontrolleur – Katharina Hauke
- S/A/S/A – Julius Fischötter
- Euclidomat with PushPull – Gabriel Treindl, Ruben Layer, Pascal Staudt
- Loop – Marten Seedorf, Christoph M. Schultz
- Self-portrait of an absence (participative 1:1 performance) – Graziele Lautenschläger
- Friday, Saturday, 14., 15.10.
- Sunday, 16.10.2016
- Exhibition closing
Designtransfer Berlin (Einsteinufer 43, 10587 Berlin), 14.10.2016, 10h–17h, 15.10.2016, 10h–16h
The symposium focuses on the many different identities and forms of contemporary musical instruments, as they are recognised from the broad range of involved disciplines, thereby contributing to a better understanding of the conditions of instrumentality in the digital age.
- Alberto de Campo (3DMIN), Dominik Hildebrand Marques Lopes (3DMIN), Hannes Hölzl (UdK Berlin)
- Amelie Hinrichsen (3DMIN)
- Atau Tanaka (EAVI, Goldsmiths University)
- Dafna Naphtali
- Hans Tammen (School of Visual Arts, NY)
- Joseph Malloch (Université Paris-Sud XI)
- Marije Baalman
- Sarah-Indriyati Hardjowirogo (3DMIN)
- Thor Magnusson (University of Sussex)
- Till Bovermann (3DMIN)
- Andreas Pysiewicz (3DMIN)
- Caroline Cance (Université d’Orléans)
- Deniz Peters (University of Music and Dramatic Arts Graz)
- Gina Emerson (3DMIN)
- Jin Hyun Kim (HU Berlin), Uwe Seifert (Universität Köln)
- Kai Siedenburg (Carl von Ossietzky University Oldenburg)
- Song Hui Chon (Rochester Institute of Technology)
- What counts as success in musical instrument design? — A panel discussion with Alberto de Campo (3DMIN), Atau Tanaka (Goldsmiths University), Florian Grote (Native Instruments), Jin Hyun Kim (Humbold University Berlin), Mark Zadel (Ableton), and Stefan Weinzierl (3DMIN).
Saturday, 15.10.2016, 20h-23h, Georg Neumann Saal
A concert evening with