September 14, 2022, 10:00 - 12:30 CET: Presentation of and workshop on the field research Kalaallit Nunaat (Greenland) and its resonances and reflections at the conference "What Sounds Do - New Directions in an Anthropology of Sound", respondent: Dylan Robinson. Venue: Rhythmic Music Conservatory Copenhagen, Leo Mathisens Vej 1, 1437 København, Denmark.
September 13, 16:30 - 17:30 CET: "Indigenous Listening Kinship with Non-Human Relations", keynote lecture by Dylan Robinson at the "What Sounds Do - New Directions in an Anthropology of Sound" conference (invited by the Sounding Crisis research project). Venue: Rhythmic Music Conservatory Copenhagen, Leo Mathisens Vej 1, 1437 København, Denmark.
September 13 - 16, 2022: "What Sounds Do - New Directions in an Anthropology of Sound", co-organizer of the first conference of the Sound Studies Lab at the University of Copenhagen, Department Arts & Cultural Studies, a collaboration with the Rhythmic Music Conservatory Copenhagen and the Royal Academy of Fine Arts Copenhagen. Venue: Rhythmic Music Conservatory Copenhagen, Leo Mathisens Vej 1, 1437 København, Denmark.
June 21 to September 3, 2022: Field research in Kalaallit Nunaat (Greenland)
June 16, 2022, Energies Consciousness Lecture #5: Andrew Belletty
May 15, 2022, Energies Consciouness Lecture #4: Shelley Trower
April 21, 2022, Energies Consciousness Lecture #3: Jake Meginsky
March 31, 2022, Energies Consciousness Reading Group: Animism
March 10, 2022: "Climate Change & Sonic Agency", lecture & workshop 1
March 3, 2022: Energies Consciousness Online Reading Group
February 3, 2022: Energies Consciousness Reading Group
January 6, 2022: Energies Consciousness Online Reading Group
Presentation of research methods and publication channels of “Sounding Crisis” to students of the seminar “Formate des Wissens” at Hochschule der Bildenden Künste Braunschweig (GER)
Online-meeting with students from the Beethoven Gymnasium in Berlin-Lankwitz to present to them and discuss with them the research project “Sounding Crisis” in German.
Participation in the Science is Wonderful week 2021, organised by the European Commission. The idea is to present your research to high-school students in their mother tongue.
Guest lecturer at the class “Musikvidenskab og politiske konflikter” by Kristine Ringsager at the University of Copenhagen
Guest lecturer at Sound Art class of Holger Schulze at University of Copenhagen
Presentation at Colloquium Sounds & Sensory Studies of plans for reading group on Energies & Arts together with Jenny Graf Sheppard
Field research at Folkets Klimamarch in Copenhagen
Presentation at Colloquium Sounds & Sensory Studies of “Hungry Listening” (part 2) by Dylan Robinson together with Dr. Carla J. Maier
Frist field research trip to Greenland, attending the Nuuk Nordic Culture Festival
Presentation of first findings from field research at the Global Climate Strike on September 24, 2021 in Copenhagen to colleagues of the musicology section of the Department of Arst and Cultural Studies at the University of Copenhagen.
Field research at the Global Climate Strike in Copenhagen
“Sounding Crisis – Zur Sonic Agency künstlerischer Klimaforschung mittels Klang”, presentation of the project in German at the conference “Wissensökologien” in Innsbruck (AT) (online)
Kick-off event “Sounding Crisis” on Zoom and at KU