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Sentire "Sentire" began in 2016 as a participatory performance series, in which proximity and touch events between two people are transformed into sound.

It is now also an ongoing interdisciplinary research, connecting artists, scientists, and therapists. Hearing and feeling are bound together in the Italian word 'sentire'. Interdisciplinary project Sentire weaves these senses together using bracelets with sensors that connect movement and contact to sound. The textures, timbres and rhythms of a sound environment are transformed by the interactive

It is now also an ongoing interdisciplinary research, connecting artists, scientists, and therapists. Hearing and feeling are bound together in the Italian word 'sentire'. Interdisciplinary project Sentire weaves these senses together using bracelets with sensors that connect movement and contact to sound. The textures, timbres and rhythms of a sound environment are transformed by the interactive

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The pre-print version of the article "Fostering Social Interaction Through Sound Feedback: Sentire" has been published  ...
12/02/2022

The pre-print version of the article "Fostering Social Interaction Through Sound Feedback: Sentire" has been published 🥳

16/08/2021
www.musikundmedien.hu-berlin.de

Dear Sentire followers,

one study of our research project, Social interaction through sound feedback, is dedicated to couple therapy.
For such purpose we are looking for couples who are interested in undertaking five therapy sessions (for free). Two of such sessions will involve the use of Sentire.

More information can be found here:
https://www.musikundmedien.hu-berlin.de/de/musikwissenschaft/systematik/projekte/sentire-soziale-interaktion-durch-klang-feedback/dr-benjamin-stahl/hu_paartherapie_2021.pdf

15/07/2021

Call for student research assistant, Product Design (sentire project, Institut für Musikwissenschaft und Medienwissenschaft, Humboldt University Berlin)

Sentire is a Berlin-based project and collective that began in 2016 as a participatory performance series, in which proximity and touch events between two people are sonified. It is now also an ongoing interdisciplinary research, connecting artists, researchers, developers and therapists. The main goal of our research is to develop an interactive system that enhances body perception of its users and can be used in the context of therapy.

https://sentire.me

https://www.musikundmedien.hu-berlin.de/de/musikwissenschaft/systematik/projekte/sentire-soziale-interaktion-durch-klang-feedback

We are currently looking for a student research assistant (40h/month, from October 2021 to September 2022, possibly longer) for assisting in the development of the wireless sentire sensor system.

Interest and knowledge in Product/Industrial Design (CAD, 3d printing, prototyping, etc.) are favourable. For details please follow the official link at the end of this mail.

We’re particularly pleased to receive applications from people who are discriminated by the majority society, and especially from women*.
If you are interested, send your application to [Email hidden] with subject “KSBF/78/2021”

Or by mail to:
Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin,
Institut für Musikwissenschaft und
Medienwissenschaft, Fachgebiet Musikwissenschaft
Sentire Projekt, Marcello Lussana
Am Kupfergraben 5, 10117 Berlin

Deadline for applying: 02th of August

Link to official call (KSBF/78/2021):
https://fakultaeten.hu-berlin.de/de/ksb/haushalt/shk/ksbf_78_2021.pdf

15/07/2021

Call for student research assistant (sentire project, Institut für Musikwissenschaft und Medienwissenschaft, Humboldt University Berlin)

Sentire is a Berlin-based project and collective that began in 2016 as a participatory performance series, in which proximity and touch events between two people are sonified. It is now also an ongoing interdisciplinary research, connecting artists, researchers, developers and therapists. The main goal of our research is to develop an interactive system that enhances body perception of its users and can be used in the context of therapy.

https://sentire.me

https://www.musikundmedien.hu-berlin.de/de/musikwissenschaft/systematik/projekte/sentire-soziale-interaktion-durch-klang-feedback

We are currently looking for a student research assistant (40h/month, from October 2021 to September 2022, possibly longer) for assisting in the development of the wireless sentire sensor system.

Interest and knowledge in Product/Industrial Design (CAD, 3d printing, prototyping, etc.) are favourable. For details please follow the official link at the end of this mail.

We’re particularly pleased to receive applications from people who are discriminated by the majority society, and especially from women*.
If you are interested, send your application to [Email hidden] with subject “KSBF/78/2021”

Or by mail to:
Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin,
Institut für Musikwissenschaft und
Medienwissenschaft, Fachgebiet Musikwissenschaft
Sentire Projekt, Marcello Lussana
Am Kupfergraben 5, 10117 Berlin

Deadline for applying: 02th of August

Link to official call (KSBF/78/2021):
https://fakultaeten.hu-berlin.de/de/ksb/haushalt/shk/ksbf_78_2021.pdf

15/07/2021

Call for student research assistant, Product Design (sentire project, Institut für Musikwissenschaft und Medienwissenschaft, Humboldt University Berlin)

Sentire is a Berlin-based project and collective that began in 2016 as a participatory performance series, in which proximity and touch events between two people are sonified. It is now also an ongoing interdisciplinary research, connecting artists, researchers, developers and therapists. The main goal of our research is to develop an interactive system that enhances body perception of its users and can be used in the context of therapy.

https://sentire.me

https://www.musikundmedien.hu-berlin.de/de/musikwissenschaft/systematik/projekte/sentire-soziale-interaktion-durch-klang-feedback

We are currently looking for a student research assistant (40h/month, from October 2021 to September 2022, possibly longer) for assisting in the development of the wireless sentire sensor system.

Interest and knowledge in Product/Industrial Design (CAD, 3d printing, prototyping, etc.) are favourable. For details please follow the official link at the end of this mail.

We’re particularly pleased to receive applications from people who are discriminated by the majority society, and especially from women*.
If you are interested, send your application to [Email hidden] with subject “KSBF/78/2021”

Or by mail to:
Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin,
Institut für Musikwissenschaft und
Medienwissenschaft, Fachgebiet Musikwissenschaft
Sentire Projekt, Marcello Lussana
Am Kupfergraben 5, 10117 Berlin

Deadline for applying: 19th of July

Link to official call (KSBF/78/2021):
https://fakultaeten.hu-berlin.de/de/ksb/haushalt/shk/ksbf_78_2021.pdf

14/07/2021

Call for student research assistant (sentire project, Institut für Musikwissenschaft und Medienwissenschaft, Humboldt University Berlin)

Sentire is a Berlin-based project and collective that began in 2016 as a participatory performance series, in which proximity and touch events between two people are sonified. It is now also an ongoing interdisciplinary research, connecting artists, researchers, developers and therapists. The main goal of our research is to develop an interactive system that enhances body perception of its users and can be used in the context of therapy.

https://sentire.me

https://www.musikundmedien.hu-berlin.de/de/musikwissenschaft/systematik/projekte/sentire-soziale-interaktion-durch-klang-feedback

We are currently looking for a student research assistant (40h/month, from October 2021 to September 2022, possibly longer) for assisting in the development of the wireless sentire sensor system.

Interest and knowledge in Product/Industrial Design (CAD, 3d printing, prototyping, etc.) are favourable. For details please follow the official link at the end of this mail.

We’re particularly pleased to receive applications from people who are discriminated by the majority society, and especially from women*.
If you are interested, send your application to [email protected] with subject “KSBF/78/2021”

Or by mail to:
Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin,
Institut für Musikwissenschaft und
Medienwissenschaft, Fachgebiet Musikwissenschaft
Sentire Projekt, Marcello Lussana
Am Kupfergraben 5, 10117 Berlin

Deadline for applying: 19th of July

Link to official call (KSBF/78/2021):
https://fakultaeten.hu-berlin.de/de/ksb/haushalt/shk/ksbf_78_2021.pdf

29/06/2021

The Sentire research project is currently looking for a student research assistant (40h/month, from October 2021 to August 2022, possibly longer) for assisting in the development of gesture recognition software based on the sentire sensor system.
Interest and knowledge in programming (python) and machine/deep learning are favourable. For details please follow the official link at the end of this mail.

For more information about the research project:
https://www.musikundmedien.hu-berlin.de/de/musikwissenschaft/systematik/projekte/sentire-soziale-interaktion-durch-klang-feedback

We’re particularly pleased to receive applications from people who are discriminated by the majority society, and especially from women*.

If you are interested, send your application to [Email hidden] with subject “KSBF/66/2021”
Or by mail to:
Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin,
Institut für Musikwissenschaft und
Medienwissenschaft, Fachgebiet Musikwissenschaft
Sentire Projekt, Marcello Lussana
Am Kupfergraben 5, 10117 Berlin

Deadline for applying: 6th of July

Link to official call (KSBF/66/2021):
https://fakultaeten.hu-berlin.de/de/ksb/haushalt/shk/ksbf_66_2021.pdf

12/11/2019

We are looking for a Seoul-based performer for the upcoming sentire performance at ATM Festival on the 29th of November.

Performer should have some experience in dance/contact improvisation and participatory performances.

We will provide a moderate artist fee. More information upon request.

Please share in your networks

12/11/2019

We are looking for a Seoul-based performer for the upcoming sentire performance at ATM Festival on the 29th of November.

Performer should have some experience in dance/contact improvisation and participatory performances.

We will provide a moderate artist fee. More information upon request.

Please share in your networks

You are warmly welcome to join us this weekend at Eufonia Festival 2019 where we will present our project unfolding in t...
30/10/2019

You are warmly welcome to join us this weekend at Eufonia Festival 2019 where we will present our project unfolding in the intersection of art and therapeutic research. Our performance and talk will take place on Saturday, November 2 at 18:30 in the Club.

25/10/2019

☛ We are currently looking for a student research assistant
(40h/month, from December on)

Some of the main tasks are:
• Programming software for the interactive sound system sentire
• Programming algorithmic compositions for proximity sensor input
• Refactoring existing Code Base

☛For an application you should:

• Be matriculated in a German university;
• Have at least 2 semesters ahead;
• Have a german social insurance number
• Have solid knowledge and experience in Object-oriented programming
• Be able to work independently and autonomously
• Have basic English and German speaking skills

☛It is beneficial if you:
• Have experience in SuperCollider
• Basic knowledge in Sound Synthesis

☛What is waiting for you:
• Flexible working hours
• Being involved in an interdisciplinary research project and in the development of an innovative interactive system for the sonification of proximity and touch
• Small research Team
• Student contract (40h per month, TV Stud III))

☛We’re particularly pleased to receive applications from people who are discriminated by the majority society, and especially from women*.

☛If you are interested, send your application in german language to

[email protected]

subject “KSBF/158/2019”

☛ Or by mail to:

Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin,
Institut für Musikwissenschaft und
Medienwissenschaft, Fachgebiet Musikwissenschaft
Sekretariat Frau Kartitzki (für Frau Prof. Dr. Jin Hyun Kim)
Am Kupfergraben 5, 10117 Berlin

■ Deadline for applying: 5th of November ■

a flashback to our talk and a short demo at the symposium and concert "Reihe", the event that approached the questions e...
23/09/2019

a flashback to our talk and a short demo at the symposium and concert "Reihe", the event that approached the questions emerging in the field of musical interaction through technical means and the concept of embodiment. Thanks to the great audience and to Henrik von Coler and Atau Tanaka for organising.
photo credits: Henrik von Coler, Yrkkö Äkkijyrkkä

Finally it's official and we are very happy to share this news: we received a funding by German Federal Ministry of Educ...
14/08/2019

Finally it's official and we are very happy to share this news: we received a funding by German Federal Ministry of Education and research (BMBF) for a 3-year research at the Humboldt University Berlin.
This is a huge opportunity for the project. It will help us to further develop our interactive system, to investigate its usage in the context of music therapy and somatic practices and to carry out our research on an academic level. We will keep you up to date!
#interactiveart #musictherapy #sentire #sound #movement #performance #art #research

https://vimeo.com/317080128
14/07/2019
Sentire

https://vimeo.com/317080128

"Sentire" is a Berlin-based project and collective that began in 2016 as a participatory performance series, in which proximity and touch events between…

We are proud to share that Sentire won a special prize at the contest "New instruments for music therapy" (Neue Instrume...
05/06/2019

We are proud to share that Sentire won a special prize at the contest "New instruments for music therapy" (Neue Instrumente für Musiktherapie) organised by the Deutsche Musiktherapeutische Gesellschaft in
cooperation with the Frankfurt Music Messe in 2019. For more information about the contest, please see the link below in the comments.

What google translator says:"The introduction of the performance was almost mystical: the performer was slowly passing t...
08/03/2019
Nové otázky nového divadla / malá reflexe Malé invetury - Časopis Ink

What google translator says:

"The introduction of the performance was almost mystical: the performer was slowly passing through the audience, and when the first sounds were heard, it was not quite clear whether the bracelets or the gaze that they had exchanged with the audience might have been behind them. Stud and nervousness of the audience, which quickly began to suspect that they would participate in the performance, created a tense, almost ceremonial atmosphere"

Ve čtvrtek skončil sedmnáctý ročník festivalu nového divadla Malá inventura. V devíti dnech se na pražských scénách představovalo to nejlepší z (nejen) české alternativní divadelní scény. Ani Ink neodolal: odskočil si ze světa písmenek do divadelního vesmíru a přináší d...

Some pictures of our two performances in Prague last week. Thanks to MALÁ INVENTuRA festival and Em Pé. Thanks also to t...
04/03/2019

Some pictures of our two performances in Prague last week. Thanks to MALÁ INVENTuRA festival and Em Pé. Thanks also to the lovely people from Petrohradská kolektiv and thanks to the great audience of course. See you soon Prague ❤️
Ph: Svetlana Lopato, Pascal Staub

Malá Inventura Festival Prague

Malá Inventura Festival Prague
04/03/2019

Malá Inventura Festival Prague

Thank you all who came, observed and took part in the performance "Sentire" at Vorspiel / transmediale & CTM opening las...
23/01/2019

Thank you all who came, observed and took part in the performance "Sentire" at Vorspiel / transmediale & CTM opening last Friday.
thank you The Room of Eyes for organising.
New events are coming. Stay tuned!
ph: Alicja Khatchikian

18/12/2018

We are looking forward to present Sentire at movLab community meeting tonight!

movLab #29 presents sentire

Sentire in a social context when several bodies act as one while interacting in small groups. All movements and touch ev...
27/11/2018

Sentire in a social context when several bodies act as one while interacting in small groups. All movements and touch events between two "collective bodies" are mediated by the Sentire system and instantly transformed into sound.
ph: Alicja Khatchikian
captured at last Unfold: community for unfolding perception meeting on Nov.11 2018
#sentireproject #interactiveart #sensor #performance #enhancedperception

Thank you all who attended and participated in Sentire performance last Friday. Thank you Spektrum Berlin and Project Sp...
27/08/2018

Thank you all who attended and participated in Sentire performance last Friday. Thank you Spektrum Berlin and Project Space Festival Berlin for opportunity to present the project.
Ph: Evgenia Chetvertkova

22/08/2018
sentire: human interaction transformed into sound

Can you imagine a tactile sensation that is immidiately translated in and enhanced by a sound? Would you like to experiemce it?
Then save the date and join us on friday Aug.24 at our next Sentire event. We welcome every guest to take active part in the performance and to experience human interaction transformed into sound. Otherwise it is also very interesting to observe interaction of others.
Event page: Project Space Festival Berlin: Spektrum Communities present
Sentire performance is scheduled at 20:00
Entrance is free
video: Johan Planefeldt

11/08/2018
Sentire

Anticipating our next participatory performance...
Aug.24
Spektrum Berlin
details: Project Space Festival Berlin: Spektrum Communities present
camera: Johan Planefeldt, editing Olga Kozmanidze

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Back in November we took part in the launch of Eufonia = Sound / Art + Science at ACUD MACHT NEU in Berlin. It answered to a demand for a high-quality conversation at the intersection of sound, art, and science. We presented our fan (but serious) installation Fujin – a dark room with the air streams performing Bolero. It was great to immerse into the idea-dense environment of multisensory experiences. ADAM Audio speaker activated by Matthew Herbert, a sonic-odour-and-light journey down the staircase by Max Joy, a rhythmic video game by Ludopium, a touchy performance by Sentire, a brain frequency research by Jason Snell, and many more. Thanks Natasza Siemaszko for the invitation!