Jeanne Charlotte Vogt – arts & technology, digital culture and performing arts

Jeanne Charlotte Vogt
NODE+CODE #9 + #10 Instrumental Bodies

Andi Otto (Springintgut) and 3DMIN

16th November 2015 // Entrance: 18h / Start: 18:30


In a combined 9th and 10th edition of NODE+CODE, we discussed the role of the human body in new music performances. In two lecture concerts, STEIM researcher and musician Andi Otto (aka Springintgut) and the UdK Berlin based research group 3DMIN (»Design, Development and Dissemination of New Musical Instruments«) presented their findings and new musical instruments. In a conversation with NODE15 curators Jeanne Charlotte Vogt and Alexandra Waligorski, they were investigating the corporeality of the instrumental. Which significance do instruments have for musicians themselves and the audience in times of the digital creation of sound? Do we still have to consider virtuosity as a category to evaluate the relationship between a musician and his/her instrument?


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(photos by Laura Niel)


NODE+CODE is an initiative by basis Frankfurt and NODE Forum for Digital Arts, supported by Stiftung Polytechnische Gesellschaft and the professorship for visual culture (Prof. Dr. Verena Kuni) of the Goethe University Frankfurt.


– Cafe –
Waldschmidtstraße 4
60316 Frankfurt am Main

Doors open 6:00 PM / Einlass 18:00 Uhr
Free entrance / Eintritt frei!
This event is on Facebook.
Supported by
Stiftung Polytechnische Gesellschaft Frankfurt am Main
In cooperation with and <3
Mousonturm Frankfurt am Main, Satis & Fy, Pixelgarten, Amin Weber, Tom Forsythe, Laura Nickel

Team: Florian Jenett, Jeanne Vogt, Alexandra Waligorski

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