In her master thesis on utopia and apocalypse in pop music, the cultural anthropologist and music journalist Bianca Ludewig
researched dystopian music styles in hardcore techno in Berlin. Untrained ears may be hurt by sounds - like Gabber or Breakcore - though they can also open up sonic possibilities. The artist Henrike Naumann
has been working for several years on the world of hardcore techno and gabber fans from the Netherlands. Her artistic research begins with interviews and material research, and results in walk-in sound and furniture installations, which she develops with a collective of artists and musicians. In the workshop, the two present their work and open the conversation to their practice at the interface of art, music and science.
is a cultural activist and anthropologist. She is currently teaching popular music studies at Humboldt University Berlin. Since 2012 she is a Ph.D. candidate at the University of Innsbruck; her research focuses on avant-garde festivals. Her research interests include pop culture & popular music, precarity, urban studies, feminism, or ethnographic methods. Ludewig studied philosophy and cultural anthropology at the University of Hamburg and continued her studies at Humboldt University – institute for European ethnology and institute for musicology. Previous to her academic studies she has been working as a freelance music journalist, DJ, DIY festival curator and radio activist.
, born 1984 in Zwickau, GDR, lives and works in Berlin. Her works have been exhibited internationally, among others at the Ghetto Biennale, Port-au-Prince (2015) and at NEST, The Hague (2015) and Aufbau Ost at Galerie Wedding, Berlin (2016).
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