Bild: Dan Cur­t­i­ca­paen


will be held at the BAU KUNST ERFIN­D­EN stu­dios for ex­per­i­men­tal ma­te­rials re­search and de­vel­op­ment of the ASL School of Ar­chi­tec­ture, Ur­ban Plan­n­ing and Land­s­cape Ar­chi­tec­ture, at the Uni­ver­sität Kas­sel, Ger­many.

May 18, 2016, 12.00 – 20.00
May 19, 2016, 10.00 –16.00

A SWEEP is a sine tone, conti­nous­ly in­creas­ing within the hu­man hear­ing range, start­ing at 20Hz go­ing up to 20kHz. Sim­i­lary to the os­cil­la­tion of this kind of test sig­nal, the fo­cus of the SWEEP sym­po­si­um is dy­nam­ic. Thus SWEEP is high­light­ing ar­eas of the arts and sci­ences of sound, of the „le­ga­cies“ ac­cord­ing to Blu­men­berg and the pres­ence of sound re­search. In the course of the two-days event, the ques­tion of how trans­dis­ci­pli­nary col­lab­o­ra­tions im­pact on the pro­cess of re­search, artis­tic work and the meth­ods in-be­tween is of par­tic­u­lar in­ter­est.

In the past, the Uni­ver­si­ty of Kas­sel has con­tribut­ed to sound re­search as a field, with the work of ur­ban­ist and so­ci­ol­o­gist Detlev Ipsen, who in­vesti­gat­ed sound char­ac­teris­tics of spaces and places. Ipsen al­so ini­ti­at­ed a num­ber of in­ter­dis­ci­pli­nary con­fer­ences, among them "Klang­wege" in 1991, that was ded­i­cat­ed to the sound walk, as an acous­tic deri­va­tion of the fa­mous strol­lol­o­gy (Sapzier­gangswis­sen­schaft) by Lu­cius Burkhardt, who al­so worked here.

Within the SWEEP Sound Re­search Sym­po­si­um, artists, re­search­ers and teach­ers from five coun­tries and of nine uni­ver­si­ties, Fo­cus­es will pre­sent their con­tri­bu­tions to the fields of Crit­i­cal Anal­y­sis as well as emipir­i­cal re­search, re­search de­sign in se­lect­ed en­vi­ron­ments and in the field of Artis­tic Re­search.

The Sym­po­si­um is a joint event of the BAU KUNST ERFIN­D­EN Re­search Plat­form of the ASL, School of Ar­chi­tec­ture, Ur­ban Plan­n­ing and Land­s­cape Ar­chi­tec­ture at the Uni­ver­si­ty of Kas­sel, and the School of Me­dia and In­for­ma­tion at Of­fen­burg Uni­ver­si­ty of Ap­plied Sci­ences.

Con­cept de­vel­op­ment
Anke Eckardt (BAU KUNST ERFIN­D­EN, Uni­ver­sität Kas­sel/D)
Prof. Hans-Ul­rich Wern­er/HUW (Of­fen­burg Uni­ver­si­ty of Ap­plied Sci­ences/D)


Wed 12.00 – 12.15 Uhr
Prof. Heike Kluss­mann (BAU KUNST ERFIN­D­EN, Uni­ver­sität Kas­sel/D)


Wed 12.30 – 13.00 Uhr
An­ke Ec­kardt (BAU KUNST ER­FIN­­DEN, Uni­ver­si­tät Kas­sel/D)
Form und Stille

Wed 13.00 – 13.30
Lu­kas Küh­ne (Mon­te­vi­deo/UY)
Form und Klang: Werk­block Nordische Se­rie

Wed 13.30 – 14.00
Tho­mas Kusitzky (Bau­haus-Uni­ver­si­tät Wei­­mar/D)
Der städtische Klang als Ges­tal­tungs­ge­gen­s­tand

Wed 14.00 Uhr BREAK
Wed 15.15 Uhr BAU KUNST ERFIN­D­EN Open Lab

Wed 16.00 – 16.45
To­bias Biesecke (De­sign Me­di­en Kom­mu­nika­tion, Hoch­schule Dort­mund/D)
Ground Noise" 14:23min Stereo / "A lost Heav­en“ 17:10min. 5.1

Wed 16.45 – 17.15
Jörn Leh­mann (Sound­de­sign­er Arte)

Wed 17.15 – 17.45 Prof. Sabine Bre­it­same­ter (Hoch­schu­le Dar­m­s­tadt/D)
3D-­Au­dio: Geschichte – Tech­nolo­gie – Dra­ma­turgie
Ein­führung in ein aktuelles Forschungspro­jekt

De­mo of the Fraun­hofer 18 Ka­nal Spa­tial­sound Sys­tem

Wed 18.30 – 19.00
An­dreas Pysiewicz (Tech­ni­sche Uni­ver­si­tät Ber­lin/D)
Raumk­lan­gliche In­ter­ven­tion:
An­sätze per­for­ma­tiv­er Raumk­lang­s­teuerung auf dem Prüf­s­tand

Wed 19.00 – 19.30
Ger­ri­et K. Shar­ma (Kun­s­tu­ni­ver­sität Graz, Dok­to­ratsschule/AT)
Kom­ponieren mit skulp­tu­ralen Klang­phänome­nen in der Com­put­er­musik

Thur 10.00 – 10.30
Prof. Hans-­‐Ul­rich Wern­er / HUW (Hoch­schu­le Of­fen­burg/D)
Akustische Krea­tiv­ität und Me­di­en durch Klang, Kom­po­si­tion, Ra­dioKunst und Hör­Film, nach dem Mod­ell der ka­nadischen A/R/To­gra­phie

Thur 10.30 – 11.00
Peter Philipp Weiss (Ba­sel/CH)
Ein­mal in die Marke, in den Raum, in die Lehre, auf die Bühne und zurück.

Thur 11.00 – 11.30
Ar­nold Gaus (Hoch­schu­le Of­fen­burg/D)
Mo­men­tum of the Fall­en An­gels

Thur 11.30 – 12.00 Jen­ni­fer Fuchs (Bau­haus-Uni­ver­si­tät Wei­­mar/D)
Sound Art Uruguay

Thur 12.00 – 14.00 Uhr BREAK

Thur 14.00 – 14.30
Robert Kal­­man (Uni­ver­si­tät Sie­­gen/D)
Sci­ence, Arts and x

Thur 14.30 – 15.00
Jo­h­an­­na Stein­­dorf (Bau­haus-Uni­ver­si­tät Wei­­mar/D)
Der Au­dio-­Walk als kün­st­lerisch­es For­mat und Meth­ode

Thur 15.00 – 15.30
An­nie Goh (Gold­s­miths, Uni­ver­si­­ty of Lon­­don/GB)
Son­ic Knowl­edge und Archäoakustik: Eine Ge­nealo­gie des Echos


Thorsten Kloost­er (BAU KUNST ERFIN­D­EN, Uni­ver­sität Kas­sel/D)

To­bias Bie­seke (De­sign Me­di­en Kom­mu­nika­tion, Hoch­schule Dort­mund/D)

The con­fer­ence will take place at the BAU KUNST ERFIN­D­EN stu­dio, lo­cat­ed in build­ing K10, 3rd floor.

The venue´s ad­dress is ASL School of Ar­chi­tec­ture, Ur­ban Plan­n­ing and Land­s­cape Ar­chi­tec­ture, Uni­ver­sität Kas­sel, Hen­schel­str. 2, 34127 Kas­sel, Ger­many.

Con­tact and Reg­is­tra­tion
The event is free of charge. Please reg­is­ter via email to Anke Eckardt

The SWEEP Sound Re­search Sym­po­si­um is sup­port­ed by the Re­search Fund­ing Pro­gram for Young Sci­en­tists of the ASL School, Uni­ver­sität Kas­sel, and the Verein der Fre­unde und Förder­er der Hoch­schule Of­fen­burg.

About the Conference

Re­search­lab BAU KUNST ERFIN­D­EN
Uni­ver­sität Kas­sel
Ate­li­er BAU KUNST
Hen­schel­str. 2
34127 Kas­sel