A Lab in Copenhagen Looks at How Sound Explains the World
Musicology professor Holger Schulze oversees a program for sound scholars to analyze the many impacts of the sonic realities around us.
August 25, 2022
6 minute read
Holger Schulze runs the Sound Studies Lab at the University of Copenhagen, where scholars and artists gather to explore sonic and sensory experiences. There, researchers trace the aural rhythms of our lives and of the societies we inhabit—both historically and in the present. Mixing field research and critical analysis, the lab tackles projects ranging from the birth of rave culture in the late Soviet Union to how the dramatic effects of climate change manifest in sound.
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