Live Stage: “Music and Media” Conference [de Berlin]

ms2.jpgInternational Conference of the IMS Study Group Music and Media:: June 25-27, 2010 :: Humboldt University Berlin, Institut für Musikwissenschaft und Medienwissenschaft, Am Kupfergraben 5, 10117 Berlin, Room 501 :: Contact: Tobias Plebuch, tobias.plebuch [at]

Program: Friday, 25 June, 9am – 1pm : Workshop “Multimedia Art and Performance” (incl. coffee break) with Iñigo Giner Miranda (D/ES) und Philip Auslander (USA)

1 – 2pm : Lunch break

2pm – 3pm: Welcome (Tobias Plebuch, Hermann Danuser, HU Berlin; Emile Wennekes MaM) :: Keynote Helga de la Motte (Technische Universität Berlin, D): “Multi – Intermedialität: Veränderungen des Musikbegriffs”

3pm: Iñigo Giner Miranda (Universität der Künste, Berlin, D/E): Tratado de imagines for Violin, Clarinet and Piano, video images by Iñigo Giner Miranda, Man Ray, Joris Ivens, and Fernand Léger :: Minkyu Kim (Hochschule für Musik, Freiburg, D): Halluzination for Violin, Clarinet and Piano, video images by Peter Weiß

3:30pm: coffee break

4pm – 6pm: Section I: Virtual Worlds (chair: Anno Mungen) :: Melanie Fritsch (Universität Bayreuth, D): “Worlds of Music: Strategies for Creating Music-Based Experiences in Video Games” :: Thorsten Hindrichs (Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz, D): “From Dungeons & Dragons to Brütal Legend – Virtuality and heavy metal culture” :: Emile Wennekes (Utrecht University, NL): “At the intersection of two worlds: Live concerts within Second Life” :: Michael Liebe (Universität Potsdam, D) / Georg Spehr (Universität der Künste Berlin) / Dennis Mathei (Ruhr-Universität Bochum): “Spiel die Musik”

6pm: Reception

Saturday, 26 June:: 9 – 9:30am: Gianmario Borio / Elena Mosconi (U Pavia / Cremona, I), “The research group Worlds of AudioVision”

9:30am – 12:00pm :: Section II: Performance and Technology I (chair: Emile Wennekes), Irene Kletschke (Universität der Künste, Berlin, D): “Video clip and the Web 2.0” :: Felipe Hickmann / Pedro Rebelo (Sonic Arts Research Centre, Queen’s University Belfast, IRL): “Audiovisual strategies for rendering presence in networked music performance”

10:30am :: Coffee Break

Volker Straebel (Technische Universität, Berlin, D): “Unikat oder Reproduktion. Strategien des Performativen bei medienspezifischen Künstlerschallplatten”

Jens Papenburg / Tobias Plebuch (Humboldt Universität zu Berlin, D): “Shaping His Master’s Voice: Post-Production of Classical and Popular Music”

12 –1pm : Lunch break

1 – 2pm :: Keynote Philip Auslander (Georgia Tech, USA): “Jazz Improvisation as a Social Arrangement”

2 – 3:30pm :: Section III: Performance and Technology II (chair: Philip Auslander) :: Knut Holtstäter (Universität Bayreuth, D): “I’ve got the world on a string – der Sänger und die Medien” :: Falk Hübner (Leiden University, NL): “The musician as theatrical performer – a reductionist perspective” :: Lydmila Symonova (Universität Freiburg, D): “Verhältnis vom Sichtbaren und Hörbaren in der Produktion des 1. Zustandes von Wolfgang Rihms Séraphin mit Video-Bildern von Klaus vom Bruch.”

3:30 – 4pm : Coffee break

4 – 5:30pm : Section IV: Politics :: David Kasunic (Occidental College Los Angeles, USA): “Great Expectations: ‘Rickrolling’ and the Obama Presidential Campaign” :: Gayle Wald (George Washington University, USA): “Soul! TV: Music and Media in the Era of Black Power :: James Deaville (Carleton University, CDN): “Zippergate: Music, Television and the American Moral Dilemma.”

Sunday, 27 June, 2010

10 – 12am : Section V: Film I (chair: Tobias Plebuch) ::Alexis Luko (Carleton University, Ottawa, CDN): “For Whom the Bell Tolls: Sound Effects in the Films of Ingmar Bergman” :: Elizabeth McLain (Virginia Polytech, USA): Mediatizing Nature and Culture: Ovchinnikov’s Soundtrack for “Ivan’s Childhood” :: Allegra Kuklowsky (University of Paris IV, Sorbonne, FR): “Opening Credit Sequences in Motion Picture Film Scores: an Examination of Compositional Trends” :: Melissa Wong (University of Cambridge, UK): “All’s Fair in Love and War: Herrmann vs. Addison in the Case of Hitchcock’s Torn Curtain”

12 – 1pm : Lunch break

1 – 2pm : Keynote Michael Saffle (Virginia Tech, USA): “Lisztomania: The Real Musical(ized) Story”

2 – 3:30pm : Section VI: Radio (chair: James Deaville) :: Mauro Fosco Bertola (Universität Heidelberg, D): “Medium und Botschaft: Die musikalische Inszenierung einer „zivilisatorischen Mission“ Roms im italienischen Rundfunk 1929” :: Kristin Van den Buys, Lien De Cang, Lieselotte Goessens and Katia Segers, (Vrije Universiteit and Erasmus University College Brussels, B): “Linking arts initiative and artistic policy: a history of institutionalisation, financing and artistic programming of the Belgian ‘factory of sounds’ – the National Radio Institute and its orchestra – between 1929 and 1960” :: Simone Christine Münz (Universität Göttingen, D): “The Role of Music in Radio Broadcasting from the Cuban exile community in Miami/ Florida to Cuba”

3:30 – 4pm: Coffee break

4 – 5pm: Section V: Film II (chair: Michael Saffle) : Orlene Denice McMahon (University of Cambridge, UK): “Cellular (Film Music) Composition: Jean-Claude Éloy’s score for Jacques Rivette’s ‘La religieuse’ (1966)” :: Peter Niedermüller (Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz, D): “Beyond Hollywood. Music, Sound and Signs in David Lynch’s Blue Velvet”

5 – 6pm : Closing discussion

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