Juliana Hodkinson

about the author

Juliana Hodkinson is a composer and independent researcher. Her artistic work ranges from intimate semi-staged object and chamber pieces to large-scale electroacoustic works, often involving text or visual or theatrical elements. She has also created installations and electronic performances embracing field recordings, samples, voice, radio, and Foley. Her work has been commissioned widely—by, among others, Konzerthaus Berlin, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Interfilm Festival, Chamber Made Opera, the Danish National Museum at Royal Jelling, Den Anden Opera, Operanord, Berliner Festspiele/MaerzMusik, Südwestdeutsche Rundfunk, Spor Festival, Odense Symphony Orchestra, l’Orchestre Royal de Chambre de Mons, Scenatet, Kammerensemble Neue Musik, Aphids, and Esbjerg Ensemble. Her academic background is in musicology, languages, and philosophy. She has published articles and essays on contemporary music, sound art, opera, collaborative artistic practices, and cultural politics. She has taught composition and music aesthetics at Technische Universität Berlin, the Royal Danish Academy of Music, and the University of Copenhagen.

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affiliation

Independent composer and researcher

presentations

Music in Transit: An Interactive Interview With Juliana Hodkinson
(in DARE 2015: the dark precursor )
keywords: Martin Heidegger, noise, voice