That a violin or a flute is a musical instrument seems unquestionable. We have used these objects for generations to produce sounds. But what about objects, environments and processes that were not primarily musically motivated and are now used quite naturally for making music and for auditory creation?
In the context of cultural studies, we know beauty as a relocatable term that seems to depend entirely on the individual, social and historical location of the viewer.
One – Two – Three – Four. To beat time means to count and discretise the time that just now flowed so steadily.
In this seminar we want to listen (and read) together – and examine our approaches to listening in terms of their manifold cultural entanglements.
Friday, 10:15-12:00 | hybrid
Through studying a range of media formats concerning media policies and media production, media convergence and media consumption, the course provides an overview of the contemporary media in China, examines the development and transformation of media and communication practices in both the contemporary Chinese and global context.
weekly | Wednesday | 10:15 – 11:45 | BA Minor Digitale Medien / Cultural Informatics: Culture, Aesthetics and History of Digital Media | 23.10.2019 – 31.01.2020 | C 40.254
The seminar is a genuine offer for English speaking students with a special interest in Chinese documentary in the perspective of media change and digital culture.
Module: Bachelor Kulturwissenschaften | Musikproduktion
Tuesday | 16:15-17:45 | C5.326
This seminar is about the theory and the practice of sound installations in interactive environments.