Soundscape workshop med kunstneren Max Schneider
09 Mar, 2010 -
13 Mar, 2010
Max Schneider

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I inviteres hermed til Soundscape workshop med kunstneren Max Schneider.
Nedenfor ses program. Workskoppen vil primært foregå på engelsk og det er gratis at deltage.
Tilmelding skal ske senest fredag. d. 5. marts til Denne email adresse bliver beskyttet mod spambots. Du skal have JavaScript aktiveret for at vise den. .

De af jer, som ikke har mulighed for at deltage i workshoppen er selvfølgelig også meget velkomne til at komme forbi lørdag d. 13. marts kl 20.00 til performancen.
Husk i øvrigt også fernisering på udstillingen The Return of Repression på fredag d. 5. marts kl 17.00-20-00. Vi glæder os til at se jer!

Dear All
We hereby invite you to join our Soundscape Workshop with artist Max Schneider. You will find the programme below.

The Workshop will primary be conducted in English and participation is free of charge.

Registration no later than Friday March 5th to Denne email adresse bliver beskyttet mod spambots. Du skal have JavaScript aktiveret for at vise den.

For those of you who do not have the opportunity to participate in the workshop, please fell free to stop by the performance Saturday March 13th at 20.00.
Remember the opening of the exhibition The Return of Repression this Friday March 5th at 17.00-20-00. We look forward to seeing you!

RUM46 Workshop


Soundscape Perception & Interventions
The workshop addresses all people interested in sound, performance and installation art. Focussing on the terminology "soundscape" (combination of "sound" and "landscape" describing the acoustic surrounding in a certain location or space) the workshop peeks into theoretical & practical aspects of perception and ecology. On the basis of a location in ?rhus the participants will learn how to analyze, categorize and develop an artistic approach based on their findings. In practice this means: We will research a location based soundscape, develop an artistic concept and finally produce a performance / installation as a public event. No special skills or knowledge is necessary to participate in the workshop, if you have any audio recording or editing equipment you are welcome to bring that along.

Time Table

Monday March 8th
Approx. 14-16

Historic and scientific background on the "soundscape", related research projects and artistic approaches. The lecture will be the introduction to following workshop and open to a wider public (if possible)

Tuesday March 9th
Approx. 14-18

Soundscape Analysis:
We will go and hear & record a soundscape in ?rhus. Afterwards we will start analyze the soundscape and start developing a concept for the workshop performance / installation. Each participant is asked to develop an idea for a sound creation, instrument or performance strategy that will be part in the final workshop group presentation.

Wednesday March 10th
Approx. 14-18

Concept Creation:
Each participant will present their concept, we will discuss and reflect upon these during the session.

Thursday March 11th
Approx. 14-18

On this day the participants will create their audio production, instrument or performance. All members are asked to contribute their skills and experience to problems and questions of other participants. Ending this day the participants will present their results as a work in progress.

Friday March 12th
Approx. 14-18

Production & Rehearsal:
We will start the day with a short improvisation of all sounding elements and productions created up to this point. Later on the participants can refine their instruments further more. At the end of the day we will do a little rehearsal based on a more or less open composition.

Saturday March 13th

Rehersal from 11.00

Performance: 20.00

Rehearsal and Public Performance:
The last day will serve for a final rehearsal, preparation and the public performance itself.


Max Schneider:
Max Schneider is an artist, musician and teacher in the field of sound creation and art production. He's been working as a releasing and remix artist for record labels like Infracom Records (de) and Compost Records (de). Collaborations with artists as sound designer and engineer feature works by Candice Breitz, Bjørn Melhus and other media artists. He's hosting and collaborating in workshops at the university of the arts in Berlin (Sound Studies & Klangkunst Buehne), organizing sound art exhibitions and currently teaching sound production in relation to media arts at the academy of visual arts in Leipzig. His own works feature sound installations, performances in the field of media arts as well as scientific research and publications on sound design theory.


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