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20.3.2019
„Gesundheit 4.0? Auswirkungen der Digitalisierung auf das Gesundheitswesen und ein selbstbestimmtes Leben im Alter.“

Beginn: 18.00 Uhr, Hörsaal 70.1.4, Hochschule Ansbach
Referenten: Prof. Renate Hermann, Prof. Dr. Ing. Helmut Roderus

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26.3.2019
Informationsveranstaltung für den Studiengang Kreatives Management / Master of Business Administration (MBA)

Am Dienstag, den 26. März 2019 um 18.30 Uhr bieten wir Ihnen die Gelegenheit, sich persönlich über den MBA Studiengang Kreatives Man...

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30.3.2019
Tag der offenen Tür und Studieninformationstag am Samstag, 30. März

Wo soll ich studieren? Und was? Wenn Sie sich das auch fragen, sind sie am 30. März zwischen 10:00 und 14:30 Uhr bei u...

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Media Art and the Environment

Workshop Media Art and the Environment
Workshop Media Art and the Environment
Workshop Media Art and the Environment
Workshop Media Art and the Environment

Intermediate / advanced

The acoustic ecology of environments is critical to our experience of being present within them, but more often then not, it is ignored. In this workshop students will learn about acoustic ecology. We will explore and discuss how one listens and perceives the world around us. The course will introduce various modes of listening and field recording techniques (including both stereo and ambisonic sound recording and video). It will encourage the students to think more broadly about sound as material.

Students will also learn about the music of contemporary composers including John Cage and R. Murray Schafer and the various concepts and tools they used in order to create works. Art work that may include field recordings, Max/MSP programming and physical computing will be realized.

Lecturers

  • Garth Paine, Associate Professor of Digital Sound and Interactive Media, School of Arts, Media and Engineering, Arizona State University, USA
  • Sabine M. Feisst, Ph.D., Professor of Musicology, School of Music, Arizona State University, USA