Tobias Ewé

PhD

About

Committee

Dr. T’ai Smith (primary), Dr. Saygin Salgirli, Dr. Eldritch Priest

Research areas

Sound Art, Xenofeminism, Speculative Aesthetics, Human Finitude, ‘pataphysics


Tobias Ewé is a computer musician and theorist based in Vancouver, Canada. He is writing a PhD on xenophonic sound art at The University of British Columbia.

www.ewe.institute


Publications

Selected Publications

2018 – “Alternate Media Histories: Works by Jan-Peter E.R. Sonntag, John Kannenberg & Morten Riis,” The Bloomsbury Handbook of Sound Art. eds. Holger Schulze & Sanne Krogh Groth. London: Bloomsbury (forthcoming)

2018 – Det xenofeministiske manifest. Copenhagen: Passive Aggressive publishing, 2017 (translation of Xenofeminism: A Politics of Alienation, 2015)

 

Selected Talks & Conferences

2018 – “The Limiter.” The Limits of Aurality, Sound studies symposium. UNITT/PITT Projects in collaboration with SFU School of Contemporary Arts, Vancouver, British Columbia. Organised by Tobias Ewé, Eldritch Priest and Saygin Salgirli. http://limitsofaurality.hotglue.me/

2017 – “A Foray into the Sonic Worlds of Animals: Xenophonia in Sound Art.” Universities Art Association of Canada Annual Conference (UAAC). Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity, Banff, Alberta.

2016 – “Twenty Questions: Confusing ((sonic)) D/Reception.” Tuning Speculation IV: De-Tuning Speculation. York University, Toronto, Ontario. Organised by The Occulture. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ib1PAhPaui4

2016 – “Mountains Moving to Speculative Vibrations: The {{Sonic}} Experience of Objects.” Sound Art Matters, International conference on sound art. Aarhus Institute of Advanced Studies, Aarhus University, Aarhus, Denmark. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Qvqwn_KURU


Additional Description

UBC

2017 – Teaching Assistant (Saygin Salgırlı), “ARTH 225: Art & Architecture in Europe, before Europe,” Department of Art History, Visual Art and Theory, The University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC

2018 – Teaching Assistant (Jaleh Mansoor), “ARTH 380: Art is/as Technology,” Department of Art History, Visual Art and Theory, The University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC

Additional: 

2018 – Guest Lecturer (Claudette Lauzon) Overlooked and Overheard: Sonic Surveillance and Digital Art, Graduate seminar, “Surveillance & Digital Art,” Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, BC

2018 – Guest Lecturer (Sanem Güvenç-Salgırlı) Sonority, Tentacularity, and The Old Ones: Flusser, Haraway, Lovecraft, Undergraduate seminar, “Theory and Practice,” Emily Carr University, Vancouver, BC

2018 – Guest Lecturer (Eldritch Priest) The Photopoeticon: Visual Representations of Sound and Voice, Undergraduate class, “Sound,” Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, BC

2018 – Guest Lecturer (Jacob Eriksen and Diana Ø. Tørsløv Møller) Letting the Outside In: An Introduction to Feminist Strands of Speculative Realism, Graduate seminar, “At the Limits of Perception and Cognition,” Berlin University of the Arts, Berlin, Germany

2018 – Guest Lecturer (Jacob Eriksen and Diana Ø. Tørsløv Møller) Vibrating Objects: Anthropocentrism and Xenophonia, Graduate seminar, “At the Limits of Perception and Cognition,” Berlin University of the Arts, Berlin, Germany


Tobias Ewé

PhD

Committee

Dr. T'ai Smith (primary), Dr. Saygin Salgirli, Dr. Eldritch Priest

Research areas

Sound Art, Xenofeminism, Speculative Aesthetics, Human Finitude, 'pataphysics


Tobias Ewé is a computer musician and theorist based in Vancouver, Canada. He is writing a PhD on xenophonic sound art at The University of British Columbia.

www.ewe.institute

Selected Publications

2018 – "Alternate Media Histories: Works by Jan-Peter E.R. Sonntag, John Kannenberg & Morten Riis,” The Bloomsbury Handbook of Sound Art. eds. Holger Schulze & Sanne Krogh Groth. London: Bloomsbury (forthcoming)

2018 – Det xenofeministiske manifest. Copenhagen: Passive Aggressive publishing, 2017 (translation of Xenofeminism: A Politics of Alienation, 2015)

 

Selected Talks & Conferences

2018 – "The Limiter." The Limits of Aurality, Sound studies symposium. UNITT/PITT Projects in collaboration with SFU School of Contemporary Arts, Vancouver, British Columbia. Organised by Tobias Ewé, Eldritch Priest and Saygin Salgirli. http://limitsofaurality.hotglue.me/

2017 – "A Foray into the Sonic Worlds of Animals: Xenophonia in Sound Art." Universities Art Association of Canada Annual Conference (UAAC). Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity, Banff, Alberta.

2016 – "Twenty Questions: Confusing ((sonic)) D/Reception." Tuning Speculation IV: De-Tuning Speculation. York University, Toronto, Ontario. Organised by The Occulture. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ib1PAhPaui4

2016 – "Mountains Moving to Speculative Vibrations: The {{Sonic}} Experience of Objects." Sound Art Matters, International conference on sound art. Aarhus Institute of Advanced Studies, Aarhus University, Aarhus, Denmark. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Qvqwn_KURU

UBC

2017 – Teaching Assistant (Saygin Salgırlı), “ARTH 225: Art & Architecture in Europe, before Europe," Department of Art History, Visual Art and Theory, The University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC

2018 – Teaching Assistant (Jaleh Mansoor), “ARTH 380: Art is/as Technology,” Department of Art History, Visual Art and Theory, The University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC

Additional: 

2018 – Guest Lecturer (Claudette Lauzon) Overlooked and Overheard: Sonic Surveillance and Digital Art, Graduate seminar, "Surveillance & Digital Art," Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, BC

2018 – Guest Lecturer (Sanem Güvenç-Salgırlı) Sonority, Tentacularity, and The Old Ones: Flusser, Haraway, Lovecraft, Undergraduate seminar, "Theory and Practice," Emily Carr University, Vancouver, BC

2018 – Guest Lecturer (Eldritch Priest) The Photopoeticon: Visual Representations of Sound and Voice, Undergraduate class, "Sound," Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, BC

2018 – Guest Lecturer (Jacob Eriksen and Diana Ø. Tørsløv Møller) Letting the Outside In: An Introduction to Feminist Strands of Speculative Realism, Graduate seminar, "At the Limits of Perception and Cognition," Berlin University of the Arts, Berlin, Germany

2018 – Guest Lecturer (Jacob Eriksen and Diana Ø. Tørsløv Møller) Vibrating Objects: Anthropocentrism and Xenophonia, Graduate seminar, "At the Limits of Perception and Cognition," Berlin University of the Arts, Berlin, Germany

Tobias Ewé

PhD

Committee

Dr. T'ai Smith (primary), Dr. Saygin Salgirli, Dr. Eldritch Priest

Research areas

Sound Art, Xenofeminism, Speculative Aesthetics, Human Finitude, 'pataphysics


Tobias Ewé is a computer musician and theorist based in Vancouver, Canada. He is writing a PhD on xenophonic sound art at The University of British Columbia.

www.ewe.institute

Selected Publications

2018 – "Alternate Media Histories: Works by Jan-Peter E.R. Sonntag, John Kannenberg & Morten Riis,” The Bloomsbury Handbook of Sound Art. eds. Holger Schulze & Sanne Krogh Groth. London: Bloomsbury (forthcoming)

2018 – Det xenofeministiske manifest. Copenhagen: Passive Aggressive publishing, 2017 (translation of Xenofeminism: A Politics of Alienation, 2015)

 

Selected Talks & Conferences

2018 – "The Limiter." The Limits of Aurality, Sound studies symposium. UNITT/PITT Projects in collaboration with SFU School of Contemporary Arts, Vancouver, British Columbia. Organised by Tobias Ewé, Eldritch Priest and Saygin Salgirli. http://limitsofaurality.hotglue.me/

2017 – "A Foray into the Sonic Worlds of Animals: Xenophonia in Sound Art." Universities Art Association of Canada Annual Conference (UAAC). Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity, Banff, Alberta.

2016 – "Twenty Questions: Confusing ((sonic)) D/Reception." Tuning Speculation IV: De-Tuning Speculation. York University, Toronto, Ontario. Organised by The Occulture. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ib1PAhPaui4

2016 – "Mountains Moving to Speculative Vibrations: The {{Sonic}} Experience of Objects." Sound Art Matters, International conference on sound art. Aarhus Institute of Advanced Studies, Aarhus University, Aarhus, Denmark. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Qvqwn_KURU

UBC

2017 – Teaching Assistant (Saygin Salgırlı), “ARTH 225: Art & Architecture in Europe, before Europe," Department of Art History, Visual Art and Theory, The University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC

2018 – Teaching Assistant (Jaleh Mansoor), “ARTH 380: Art is/as Technology,” Department of Art History, Visual Art and Theory, The University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC

Additional: 

2018 – Guest Lecturer (Claudette Lauzon) Overlooked and Overheard: Sonic Surveillance and Digital Art, Graduate seminar, "Surveillance & Digital Art," Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, BC

2018 – Guest Lecturer (Sanem Güvenç-Salgırlı) Sonority, Tentacularity, and The Old Ones: Flusser, Haraway, Lovecraft, Undergraduate seminar, "Theory and Practice," Emily Carr University, Vancouver, BC

2018 – Guest Lecturer (Eldritch Priest) The Photopoeticon: Visual Representations of Sound and Voice, Undergraduate class, "Sound," Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, BC

2018 – Guest Lecturer (Jacob Eriksen and Diana Ø. Tørsløv Møller) Letting the Outside In: An Introduction to Feminist Strands of Speculative Realism, Graduate seminar, "At the Limits of Perception and Cognition," Berlin University of the Arts, Berlin, Germany

2018 – Guest Lecturer (Jacob Eriksen and Diana Ø. Tørsløv Møller) Vibrating Objects: Anthropocentrism and Xenophonia, Graduate seminar, "At the Limits of Perception and Cognition," Berlin University of the Arts, Berlin, Germany