Modern music and the theory of simulation by Jean Baudrillard (1929-2007). Lecture followed by a panel discussion. Event in collaboration with Festival EnCounterpoints.
Lecturer: Jürgen Voigt
Andreas F. Staffel, piano
Pavlos Antoniadis (pianist & Musicologist), Jan Gerdes (pianist), Marc Lippuner (line honeycomb), Julius Holtz (Composition and Sonic Arts), Andreas F. Staffel (Composer & Pianist), Jürgen Voigt (Moderation)
Admission: free (donations wellcome)
"I am no longer able to 'reflect' something, I can only push hypotheses to their limits, ie snatch them from the zone where they can be critically related to them, and let them get to the point There is no way back, and I let the theory enter the hyperspace of the simulation - it loses all objective validity in it, but perhaps gains in cohesion, ie, it is like the system that surrounds us " (Baudrillard, 1990)
In his lecture, the philosopher and sociologist Jürgen Voigt will investigate the "radical thinking" of the French theorist and will also discuss extracts from Harry Lehmann's book "The Digital Revolution in Music".
Jürgen Voigt will investigate the "radical thinking" of the French theorist and will discuss contemporary music In his lecture.
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