This year, I was coordinating ARTikulationen, the annual research festival of the KUG’s Doctoral School for Artistic Research. It took place 5–8 October at the KUG’s Theater im Palais in Graz, featuring ten doctoral presentations, nine performative intermezzi, two keynotes, and a panel in collaboration with ORF musikprotokoll. The panel “Whodentity – Self and Other in Artistic Collaborations” that I was moderating connected both to this year’s ARTikulationen theme and the context of my new research project simularr. The panelists were anthropologist and performer Caroline Gatt, double bassist John Eckhardt, composer and sound artist Miya Masaoka, and composer and researcher Pia Palme.
The new sound installation using endangered human languages is shown as part of an exhibition, and can be visited until 17 February.
This autumn features a mix of artistic and pedagogical activites in Klagenfurt, Graz, Vienna, Vilnius and Lisbon.
The artistic research colloquium is held biennially at Uniarts Helsinki. Drawing on algorithmic experimentation, I participate in one of its three strands.
I participate in the Conference on Computation, Aesthetics & X this year again, bringing two pieces to Weimar.