Modalities of Listening

NTNU ARTEC SEMINAR SERIES

Monday, September. 21 18.00-20.00  (CEST)

Webinar with artists, scholars, & performers Nina Eidsheim (UCLA) & Garth Paine (ASU).

Nina Eidsheim is Professor of Musicology at the UCLA and the founder and director of the UCLA Practice-based Experimental Epistemology (PEER) Lab, established to study experiential ways of knowing. She is a recipient of numerous prestigious fellowships and also the author of groundbreaking Sensing Sound: Singing and Listening as Vibrational Practice (Duke UP, 2015) and The Race of Sound: Listening, Timbre, and Vocality in African American Music (Duke UP, 2019). 

Garth Paine is Professor of Digital Sound and Interactive Media and a co-director of the Acoustic Ecology Lab at Arizona State University. He is an award-winning composer, performer, and scholar, regarded internationally as an innovator in the field of interactivity in experimental music and media arts. His recent Future Perfect, an interactive climate meditation on the liminal environments of urban parks, is designed for spatial audio, cell phones, and VR.

The event is free & open to the public but advance registration is required via link https://ntnu.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_QpJAMPq4TJeuwIDbCs9LZg

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