Exhibiting Sound Art Symposium 2019

Museum directors, scholars, journalists and Editors explored the variety of Relations between Sound as an object of Investigation. Issues of Sound as a medium of art and culture and possibilities and conditions of exhibiting Sound art have been discussed.


The Exhibiting Sound Art Symposium took place on 23 - 25 August 2019 with Exports on Sound art, including:

Julia Cloot  (cultural manager, curator, author, GNM-Präsidentin)
Helga de la Motte (musicologist TU Berlin, emer.)
Stefan Fricke (producer, Hessischer Rundfunk)
Björn Gottstein  (director Donaueschinger Musiktage)
Julia Gerlach  (curator, Akademie der Künste Berlin)
Maija Julius  (curator, Berlin)
Gabriele Knapstein  (director Hamburg Bahnhof Berlin)
Beate Reifenscheid (director Ludwig Museum Koblenz)
Hans-Jörg Rheinberger  (director of the Max Planck Institute for the History of Science until 2014)
Carsten Seiffarth (curator, singuhr — projekte berlin, bonn hoeren)
Linnea Semmerling (researcher, curator, writer, Maastricht University)
Thomas D. Trummer (director Kunsthaus Bregenz)
Salomé Voegelin (artist, writer, curator, University of the Arts London)
and others

The symposium was free of charge and open to the public.
The course programme also included an exhibition of works by Bernhard Leitner, Miya Masaoka and Peter Kiefer.