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GRID – Gender Research in Darmstadt

During the Darmstadt Summer Course 2016, composer Ashley Fure, Kranichstein Music Prize winner in 2014, had initated a series of events dealing with gender relations in the new music scene with Darmstadt as one of their most prominent spots. After a lecture by Georgina Born and a panel, several think tanks at the OPEN SPACE were organized during the Summer Course under the title GRID – Gender Relations in Darmstadt.

 

The events are documented here:

https://griddarmstadt.wordpress.com

 

On this website, you can also find the slides from Georgina Born's talk "A Post-Adornian Sociology of Music" as well as the panel discussion with Georgina Born, Arnbjorg Danielsen, Ashley Fure, Neele Hülcker, Susanne Kirchmayr, Anne-Hilde Neset, Sam Salem, Thomas Schäfer, and Jennifer Walshe.


During the Darmstadt Summer Course 2016, composer Ashley Fure, Kranichstein Music Prize winner in 2014, had initated a series of events dealing with gender relations in the new music scene with Darmstadt as one of their most prominent spots. After a lecture by Georgina Born and a panel, several think tanks at the OPEN SPACE were organized during the Summer Course under the title GRID – Gender Relations in Darmstadt.

 

The events are documented here:

https://griddarmstadt.wordpress.com

 

On this website, you can also find the slides from Georgina Born's talk "A Post-Adornian Sociology of Music" as well as the panel discussion with Georgina Born, Arnbjorg Danielsen, Ashley Fure, Neele Hülcker, Susanne Kirchmayr, Anne-Hilde Neset, Sam Salem, Thomas Schäfer, and Jennifer Walshe.

GRID panel discussion on 3 August 2016