Exhibition of the sonic environment Twenty Springs stemming from the Sono-Choreographic Collectives collaborative research Common Grounds on per-sonifying permafrost data with Julia Boike from the Alfred Wegener Institut Potsdam, together with a Guided Concert and Listening Session at Malmö Konsthall from 18th-22nd of October 2023
SONIC ISLANDS – Mirrored perceptions between Tierra del Fuego + Rügen
March and September 2023
SONIC ISLANDS focuses on the various auditory aspects of the TERRA IGNOTAproject and is part of TIF 2023/24. We are interested in the meaning of sound as a semantic system and as a form of artistic articulation. Questions about origin, identity, intercultural understanding but also about perception, legibility and interaction with the environment, social processes and structures beyond visually connoted reference systems are the subject of our joint research. Listening and making audible to stimulate changes of perspective in the process of artistic research and knowledge production as well as in communicating to an audience.
Concert Lecture of the Sono-Choreographic Collective at the Grand Opening of the new Academy for Theatre and Digitality, Dortmund – 2nd of September 2023 & at the Impuls Festival für Neue Musik, Leipzig – 13th of October
In Instrumentalities the Sono-Choreographic Collective unpacks aspects of their artistic-scientific research Common Grounds. Scaling 20 years of hourly environmental data into 60 minutes, this participatory concert-lecture presents some of the methods developed for listening, sensing and understanding climate change from an embodied perspective. These include various sonic and somatic techniques that connect the planetary scale with individual and collective sensory scales of participants. The concert-lecture unfolds around a table that is a hybrid surface for discourse, policy, strategy, negotiation, communication and communion.
Exhibition Sensing the Unknown, part of Chengdu Biennale Time Gravity
16/07/2023 – 22/11/2023 at Chengdu Contemporary Art Museum
Curator: Philipp ZieglerArtists: AATB, Ani Liu 艾多•福伊鲁/ 梅洛迪 •穆塞特, Edo Fouilloux & Mélodie Mousset 安娜•马南金娜, Anna Manankina 贝恩德•林德曼 / 德里克 •豪芬, Bernd Lintermann & Derek Hauffen, 丹尼尔·卡诺加 Daniel Canogar, ecoLogicStudio , 郭城 Guo Cheng, 金允哲 Yunchul Kim, 卡思汀·艾葛琴 Kerstin Ergenzinger, 克丽斯塔·佐梅雷尔/劳伦·米尼奥诺 Christa Sommerer & Larent Mignonneau, 林博彦 Lam Pok Yin, 林科 Lin Ke, 刘窗 Liu Chuang, 刘娃 Liu Wa, 马克·李/曲晓宇/谢尔文·萨雷米, Marc Lee & lris Qu Xiaoyu & Shervin Saremi 迈克尔·比利茨基/ 卡米拉·B.里希特, Michael Bielicky & Kamila B.Richter, Quadrature, 徐文恺 aaajiao, 宇宙万物 Universal Everything, 朱斯蒂娜·埃马尔 Justine Emard
Titled Instrumentalities for Common Grounds, this participatory lecture-concert unpacks aspects of our work in Common Grounds, and presents some of the methods we developed for listening, sensing and understanding climate change from embedded perspectives. These include various scaling techniques that come together to establish what we call mental-mergings: Techniques that give access to sensing planetary phenomena and thus connecting the macro-global perspective with the microcosms of individual, somatic selves.
I am part of the just started Terra Ignota field trip 1.st of March – 13 th of March and forum 14.st of March – 17 th of March 23 at Tierra de Fuego Chile.
Here you find more information and can follow our journey.
Terra Ignota Forum (TIF) is a field laboratory that seeks to develop and implement a contemporary archive on the so-called “intercultural contact zone” (Selk’nam, Kawesqar and Yagán) located in Yendegaia National Park (YNP). The project is deployed in two stages, the first is the continuation of our interdisciplinary research in the territory and field forum (2023). The process and research will be documented and published in different media, individual artistic projects developed further and presented in the second stage to the public beginning of 2024 at the Universidad de Magallanes, Punta Arenas.
A sharing from sensing + sense-making between Montevideo + Rostock
16h – 22h
U5 + M21 + M10 > FrankfurterTor
We share our work as a group of artists, researchers and urbanists from South America and Europe, who worked for two weeks in Montevideo and Rostock, reflecting on sound as a contextual phenomenon of urban space.
with: Florencia Curci (AR) Kerstin Ergenzinger (D) Cristian Espinoza (CL/UY) Fernando Godoy (CL) Nika Schmitt (NL) Rene Rissland (D) Lourdes Silva (UY) Carsten Stabenow (D) Pol Villasuso (UY) ZAGO (Eugenia González + Leonello Zambón) (AR)
opening on the evening of the 1.2. with a concert performance of a new set of Playground#N from our Sono-Choreographic-Collective. Live but due to C-restriction only with a small group of invited participants.
exhibition times: 2.-18. 2. 22 from Mo–Fr: 14–18 Uhr Galerie der HBK Braunschweig (HBK Only)
External guest can make appointments with Sabine Maag: veranstaltungen(at)hbk-bs.de
parallel to the opening of Height, Pace, Consistency Helene Appel, Pauline M´barek and I launched the publication Open Skies. It is the documentation of our seminar collaboration at the HBK Braunschweig that started during the summer semester 2020. Throughout the digital maze of the pandemic we worked on a cross-media, space- & site-specfic exhibition project. As a result in June 2021 the students worked together for 11 days on the area of the H_LLE Braunschweig closing with a public exhibition weekend on the 26th and 27th of June.
Whiskers in Space are part of the exhibition program of Device_art festival of art, robotics and new technologies at Museum of Contemporary art in Zagreb by Kontejner.
As this year’s festival concept, “Machine Does Not Give Change” invites us to rethink our increasingly intimate relationship with technology in a time of constant unpredictability and profound changes. Device_art 7.021 is developed by Kontejner in collaboration with a group of curators from ZKM | Center for Art and Media from Karlsruhe and is conceived as a dialogue between the German and Croatian “device art” scene.
Artistic Research Meeting by Sonic and Peripatetic Means in Dark Ecologies, Globalization and Crisis | MONTEVIDEO 2021 – ROSTOCK 2022
First expedition in Montevideo/Uruguay from November 1st – 14th. Participants: Kerstin Ergenzinger (DE), Nika Schmitt (DE/LU), Fernando Godoy (CL), Leonello Zambón (AR), Eugenia González (UY-AR), Lourdes Silva (UY), René Rissland (DE), Cristian Espinoza (CL/UY), Pol Villasuso (UY) and Carsten Stabenow (DE)
ongoing log: territorioespecifico.org
9 Days 8 Nights
ZOSSENER STRASSE 34, HH, KREUZBERG, BERLIN
With our project Common Grounds Sounding out Arctic Warming, Bnaya Halperin-Kaddari and I in collaboration with Julia Boike at AWI Potsdam won the HIDA X ATD Fellowship from the Helmholtz Information & Data Science Academy (HIDA) and the Academy for Theater and Digitality. We are really looking forward to dive into this joint exploration!
Image credit © Niko Bornemann
Sadly the public space installation was canceled by Deutsche Bahn, now at Alte Münze Foyer a solo electro-acoustic string-drum horn is chanting indoors in a windless-single channel version of the work.
An invitation to an online event through “Vierte Welt” Berlin. There will be a joint screening followed by a short talk. Please join with a comfortable screen and nice headphones.
Opening September 6th 6pm
B-Part Am Gleisdreieck
Luckenwalder Straße 6b
Duration: Sept. 7th – Oct.12th
Opening hours: Wed-Sat, 2-6 pm
curated by LOOP – RAUM FÜR AKTUELLE KUNST / Rüdiger Lange
Opening Juli 19th 16h
at the Institute of Atomic and Subatomic Physics of the TU Vienna Stadionallee 2 1020 Vienna
new site-specific sonic experiment with differently tuned aeolian ‘string-drum-horns’ part of Sono-Choreographic-Collective
A paper by Kerstin Ergenzinger appears in the current print edition of Leonardo Magazine. The article ‘Nubis et Nuclei: A Study on Noise and Precision’ describes the research and development of what would later become her work Pluvial.
Volume 52 | Issue 1 | February 2019
Artist Talk by Kerstin Ergenzinger: Acts of Orientation – on sonic surroundings and tactile rhythms & Book presentation by Julia Eckhardt (ed.):Grounds for Possible Music: on gender, voice, language, and identity, Errant Bodies Press 2018
Tuesday, November 20th 19:30h
Based on investigations on how to orientate oneself at the borderline of noise and signal (e.g. the installation “Navigating Noise“) and on the just released interdisciplinary publication “Navigating Noise” (ed. Nathanja van Dijk, Kerstin Ergenzinger, Sebastian Schwesinger and Christian Kassung), the Salon “Acts of Orientation” questions as well the notion of rhythm as a middle force between regularity and chaos as the role of gaps and lines in orientation processes such as sensing, recording, reconstructing, translating and interpreting.