Thematic Workshop: The Experience of Time and the "Now"
RITMO members and guests present the first installment of a new Thematic Workshop series, on the subject of 'the experience of time and the "now”'. The workshop is organised by the Interaction & Pleasure research cluster at RITMO.
The concept behind the Thematic Workshops is to take a word or concept that many of us use in sometimes quite different ways, and to unpack what that word means within different disciplinary contexts. For our first installment we have eleven 10-minute presentations, followed by an open discussion during which we will consider, among other things, possible points of transdisciplinary connection.
|Performance science||Laura Bishop|
|Parody theory||Ragnhild Brøvig-Hanssen|
|Groove studies||Anne Danielsen|
|Enactivist cognition||Rolf Inge Godøy|
|Musical form||Erling Guldbrandsen|
|Action-performance, absorption, flow||Henrik Herrebrøden|
|13:25||Husserlian phenomenology||Simon Høffding|
|Techno-cognitive perspectives||Alexander Refsum Jensenius|
|Psychology of temporal perception||Bruno Laeng|
|Queer theory||Gavin Lee (Soochow University)|
|Process philosophy||Chris Stover|
Chris Stover is a Research Fellow in Music, Time and Consciousness at RITMO and Senior Lecturer in Music Studies and Research at Queensland Conservatorium, Griffith University. He is co-editor of Rancière and Music (EUP, 2020) and has published articles in Music Theory Spectrum, Perspectives of New Music, Music Theory Online, Analytical Approaches to World Music, Media and Culture, The Open Space Magazine and elsewhere. He is also a busy trombonist and composer.
Jonna Vuoskoski is an Associate Professor in Music Cognition at the University of Oslo, Norway, and part of the leader group at the RITMO Centre for Interdisciplinary Studies in Rhythm, Time, and Motion. She also leads the Interaction & Pleasure research cluster at RITMO. Her main areas of interest are music-induced emotion, empathy, and the social and embodied cognition of music. Currently she is working on a project investigating the role of entrainment in the pro-social effects of music-listening.