Performances for Dual Sessions. St Georgen, Black Forest, Germany

On 15th July I’ll play two different turntable-based live shows for this symposium on sound, at the Deutsche Phono Museum  in Sankt Georgen im Schwarzwald, Germany.

The whole symposium, panel discussions and performances is free. More information below.

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What role do vinyl and turntables play today?
How can their popularity be understood in the context of the analogue renaissance in recent years? And what is their future in the digital age? The “Dual Sessions” approach these and related issues in a multidisciplinary format, bringing together economics, science, art, music and pop culture. We believe that in engaging in a topic so closely linked to these varied cultural practices, performances and artistic expression are just as valuable as lectures and discussions. We therefore seek to provide a comprehensive inventory, creating a platform allowing to tap into/achieve new ways of addressing the topic. There would be hardly a place better suited to/for this than the town of St. Georgen, Black Forest, where the Dual brand originates and local history ties in seamlessly with the heyday of the German phono industry.

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PROGRAMM
[Symposium für Hörkultur]

10:15 [ TRACK1]
Die Geschichte von Dual
und Perpetuum Ebner (PE)

Vortrag: Norbert Kotschenreuther, Passau
– Von der Langspielplatte zu Stereo: Record History
– St. Georgen und die Phonoindustrie

Plenumsdiskussion: Plattenspieler-Historie
Mit Wolfgang Epting (PE),
Norbert Kotschenreuther und
Andreas Schmauder (Phonopassion) u.a.

Vortrag: Dominik Irtenkauf, Münster
Vinyltechniken – Plattenspieler als
Schreibmaschine verstehen
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14:00 [TRACK 2]
Retro und Zeitgeist:
Vinylkult und Turntablism heute

Vortrag: Philipp Rhensius, Berlin
“In the 90s they danced like robots.
Now they dance like humans trying to be robots”
Hauntology und die Flucht in die Vergangenheit

Performance: “Gramophonica”
Naomi Kashiwagi, Manchester

Werkvortrag: Naomi Kashiwagi (Englisch)

Performance: “Turntablism”
Thomas Wilke, Ludwigsburg

Vortrag: “DJ-Shows und Turntablism zwischen
Kunst und alltäglicher Medienpraxis im Hip Hop”
Thomas Wilke, Ludwigsburg

Vortrag: “Rhythmic patterns from Turntables and Records”
Karin Weissenbrunner, City University, London (Englisch)

Performance: “Mechanical Techno”
Graham Dunning, London

Vortrag: “Records, Art and Music”
Paul Nataraj, Manchester (Englisch)

Plenumsdiskussion
Mit Thomas Meinecke, Thomas Wilke u.a.
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19:00 [TRACK 3 ]
Zeitgenössische Musik
und andere Welten

Smaely P
Forest and Fields

Sascha Brosamer
Turntable Trasher, Paris

INRA
Dialectic Drone Dub, Berlin

Naomi Kashiwagi
Gramophonica, Manchester

Schnitt
Live Vinyl Cutting Loops, Augsburg

Graham Dunning
Mechanical Techno, London

Thomas Meinecke
DJ-Set, Berg bei Eurasburg

Urte
DJ-Set, Freiburg

Magic Marcel
DJ-Set, Hamburg
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