The Transnational Sound Initiative (TSI) launched its first research hub in October. Funded with short-term grants from the DAAD Arts & Media program, five international fellows – Nina Emge, Ipek Görgün, Nicole L’Huillier, Kali Malone and Thomas Raab – are engaged in questioning and redefining their understanding of sound and hearing.
This exchange will be manifested in a public online workshop on November 26, which will widen the circle of fellows with the addition of a network of associated (sound) researchers, sound artists and composers, including Michael Akstaller (Academy of Fine Arts Nuremberg),
Andy Graydon (Artist), Marc Matter and Toni Lester (Babson College).
Since the beginning of the project, this circle of associates has grown steadily, reflecting how TSI sees itself as a mutable, dialogical collective. Founded by Jan St. Werner (fiepblatter, Mouse on Mars, Berlin), TSI operates in non-hierarchical, decentralized and interdisciplinary structures. Knowledge production is based on diversity, dialogue and the creative appropriation of technology.
Register below to join us on November 26, 18:00 CET!