Sound Forms Symposium

October 11, 12 and 13th 2018 at The Rhythmic Music Conservatory, Koncertkirken, Kunsthal Charlottenborg and The Royal Danish Academy of Art in Copenhagen. No registration required. 

Sound Forms is a 3-day experiential symposium of talks, sound walks, participatory scores and sound-based art that aims to engage people in concepts in Sound Studies, with an emphasis on sonic perception, Acoustic Ecology and listening practices. Participants include artists and researchers from Denmark and abroad who have contributed significantly to the field of Sound Studies. Free and open to the public, the symposium takes place at the Rhythmic Music Conservatory, Koncertkirken, and Kunsthal Charlottenborg and Det Kongelige Danske Kunstakademi. Several events require registration as space may be limited. The symposium is supported by SNYK, RMC, the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Art, Copenhagen University and Kunsthal Charlottenborg and the Danish Ministry of Culture. It is made possible by a KUV grant by the Ministry of Culture for the Sounding Bodies Research Project.

Download the Sound Forms booklet here 

Hildegard Westerkamp: Soundwalking to the Rhythm of Listening
Juhani Pallasmaa: Touching The World – integration of the senses and the experience of reality
Magnus Kaslov: Face to face. Knud Viktor and his accompanying species.
Maile Colbert: Come Kingdom Come
Holger Schulze: The Sonic Persona. A Critique & Proposal Regarding the Understanding of Sound
Maria Lepistö: Frank Sinatra is Also the Name of a Bird
Kristian Hverring: Down and Out
Ayako Kataoka: Bodies In/Between