Curating Sound Art - Exhibiting the Auditive

The workshop conveys substantial knowledge for the curatorial practice of this exceptional art form handling the history of sound art and various positions within it, the role of the technology as well as common issues regarding realisation and presentation of sound art.

The workshop is conducted by experienced lecturers. Discussions with experts on the subject along with visits to sound art galleries, public places presenting works of sound art as well as institutions that make Berlin a city of sound art since the 1980s are all part of this three-day workshop. The program is targeted at anyone interested in up-to-date art positions, and particularly those working on development and realisation of art exhibitions in museums and galleries with aspirations of integrating sound art into existing curatorial practice.

Lecturers and experts: Sabine Sanio, Dorian Lange, Robin Minard, Manfred Fox, Carsten Seiffarth, Knut Remond.

Sabine Sanio (*1958) is the head of the Theory and History of the Auditory Culture faculty (Sound Studies master's programme) at the Berlin University of the Arts. She studied German philology and philosophy, is the author of numerous publications on contemporary aesthetics, media history and media aesthetics, sound art, new music as well as on the relations of the arts among themselves. Her published author books include "Alternativen zur Werkästhetik: Cage und Heißenbüttel" (Alternatives to the Aesthetics of the Work: Cage and Heißenbüttel) [1999], "1968 und die Avantgarde" [2008]. As an editor she published "Borderlines/Auf der Grenze: Georg Klein" (Borderlines/On the Border: Georg Klein) [2014], and together with Christian Scheib "Das Rauschen" (Noise) [1995].

Run period:
22.09.2017 – 24.09.2017
Course time:
10.00 am – 5.00 pm
Application Deadline:

Course fee:
EUR 515

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