The collaborative project MuBiTec addresses the special educational potential that results from the mediamorphosis of artistic-musical practice in the context of digital mobile technologies. In three partial studies, it will be asked how mobile digital culture is constituted socially and technologically, which special aesthetic categories are emerging in artistic practices and which specific forms of musical learning and music-related competence development occur in informal or non-formal settings. The aim of the collaborative project is the empirically based development of a theoretical model of specific educational processes in the context of digital music practice with mobile technologies.
The partial study LINKED investigates musical education processes under the conditions of digitally networked mobile technologies. The starting point is the Ableton Link technology, with which any mobile technology can be integrated into non-hierarchical WLAN networks. The focus is on the question of how and under what conditions musical processes of subjectivation take shape in the context of digitally networked community.
The aims of the project are:
(a) the reconstruction of the concepts of subject, community, music and instrument (technology) within digital practice,
(b) the investigation of the situational conditions of postdigital communities and the discursive constructions of human and non-human actors that emerge within them; and
(c) the analysis of the relevant forms of self-understanding.
The results of the partial study will be incorporated into an empirically based model of specific educational processes in the context of digital music practices with mobile technologies.
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