3 Oct to 5 Oct 2019
@ Faculty of Art and Design JEPU, Ústí nad Labem & Public Hall Hraničář

Faculty of Art and Design
Public Hall Hraničář

2 / 10Arrival

@ Public Hall Hraničář / Cafė ve Foyer
19.00 Meeting with participants of the conference who have already arrived

3 / 10Day 1

@ Faculty of Art and Design
10.00 Opening (Pavel Mrkus)

#1 Sound as a source of information and a means of environmental change — The acoustic environment as an indicator of the critical state of the world and the need to alter our relation to it.

10.30 Peter Cusack
Aral Sea Stories: Soundscapes of A Major Environmental Change

11.00 Tomáš Šenkyřík
Soundscape of South Moravia, Virtual field recording trip from the confluence of the Morava and Dyje rivers to the peak in the Wild Carpathians

11.30 Slawomir Wieczorek
Sonic Ecology and a Big City. The Soundscape of Paris according to Des Coulam

12.00 Anna Kvíčalová
Manufacturing nature? How to do things with sounds in the Anthropocene

12.30 Jaroslaw Jaworek
Soundscape Ecology in the Perspective of Environmental and Sound History

13.00—14.30 Lunch break

#2 Design and sound — Connections between architecture, urbanism, design, and acoustics.

14.30 Sam Auinger
Listen to the Sonic CommonsSonic works in public space by O+A

15.00 Balázs Kovács
Hangfarm project presentation

15.30 Jeff Gburek
Sound Stranger

16.00 Karolína Kotnour
Evolving ArchitecturesSpatial Adaptation and Extreme Dynamic Environments

16.00 Peter Cusack & Sam Auinger
Sound walk

@ Public Hall Hraničář
20.30—23.00 AV performances (Moderator – Jan Krombholz)

Ali Chakav / Aloïs Yang / Jeff Gburek / Jiyun Park / Tomáš Šenkyřík

4 / 10Day 2

@ Faculty of Art and Design

#3 Sound as an inner experience — Acoustic ecology as a possibility for transforming our relation to the world in both art and science.

10.00 Aleksandar Vejnovic
Audience Development in Acoustic Ecology Facilitation and empowerment for open public exemplified on a case study

10.30 Jadwiga Zimpel
Deep listening, place sensing and the sense of place

11.00 Jan Trojan
An acoustic signal articulated by musical instruments in a form of musical composition or sound performance

11.30 Dariusz Brzostek
Field Recording as the Technology of Self: Acoustic Ecology and the Ethics of Care

11.30—13.30 Lunch break

#4 Sound and education: sound literacy — Listening as an important part of upbringing and education. Sound activism.

13.30 Csaba Hajnóczy
Teaching Acoustic Ecology

14.00 Roberta Busechian
Sound art educational: An analysis of a sound art educational project to introduce sonic activism to school students

14.30 Martin Flašar
Teaching silence: Listening long before music

15.00Šárka Zahálková
Sound as a Way to Memory

15.30 Nathan Wolek
DeLeon Springs: Listening at the intersection of geophony, biophony, and anthrophony

@ Public Hall Hraničář
19.00—23.00 AV performance (Moderator – Polina Khatsenka)

Martin Zet /Barry Wan / Boštjan Perovšek / AVA Kolektiv / Jan Sůsa / Slavek Kwi

5 / 10Day 3

@ Faculty of Art and Design

#5 Context as one of the parameters of sound interpretation — The importance of the social context for our ability to listen and understand sound.

10.00 Martin Nitsche
Phenomenological Approaches to Sonic Experience

10.30 Raquel Castro
Aural identity, neighborhood and community

11.00 Jozef Cseres
John Cage’s Sound Ecology and Its Consequences to the Aesthetics

11.30 Irena Pivka
Sound Ecology within Contemporary Art Practice

12.00 Július Fujak
Sonic Photography as a Trace of Kairos

12.30—13.30 Lunch break

@ Public Hall Hraničář
13.30 CENSE meeting – planning next agenda

16.00 Exhibition guided tour

19.00 Afterparty