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Keynote: An Attuning Approach to Sound Art and Design in Public Spaces

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Keynote: An Attuning Approach to Sound Art and Design in Public Spaces. / Højlund, Marie.

2019. Paper presented at RE:SOUND, Aalborg, Denmark.

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Højlund M. 2019. Keynote: An Attuning Approach to Sound Art and Design in Public Spaces. Paper presented at RE:SOUND, Aalborg, Denmark.

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Højlund M. Keynote: An Attuning Approach to Sound Art and Design in Public Spaces. 2019. Paper presented at RE:SOUND, Aalborg, Denmark.

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abstract = "Working with sonic interaction design and sound art in various public spaces call for an ecological and enactive methodology entailing investigations of actors and their interrelations with their respective environments as attuning and explorative agents. Based on my Ph.D. project on sound in Danish Hospitals (2017) I have thus developed a (dark) attuning approach as a methodological framework capable of accommodating both the multisensory atmosphere and the active engagement of the enactive user through practice-based experiments. In the keynote, I wish to explore and develop this approach through my previous projects engaging a gigantic wind-mill controlling the tempo of music throughout 2018 in the project Nephew vs. Overheard, imagining the sound world of a woman turning blind through interactive sound design for Dancer in the Dark at Aarhus Theatre and placing a range of sound installations around Denmark mixed together through audio satellites on a website throughout 2017 in the project The Overheard.",
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