Ida Hiršenfelder

Ida  Hiršenfelder
participated in seminars commons, geopolitics II, subjectivisation II
terms and associative terms theft, earth, choice
affiliated institution MG+MSUM

bio | Ida Hiršenfelder (Slovenia, 1977) is a sound artist and archivist. She was employed at the Museum of Contemporary Art Metelkova (2014–2021) on projects related to digital archives as an editor of Web Museum, a repository for contemporary audio-visual art. She is a member of L’Internationale Online editorial board and co-curator of the Glossary of Common Knowledge. She is an advisor for the Nomad Dance Academy network contemporary dance archives from the former Yugoslavia region. Previously, she was an archivist at DIVA Station, Digital Video Art Archive, SCCA, Centre for Contemporary Arts – Ljublja­na (2007–2013) with over a thousand video works by local artists. As a sound artist, she works in bioacoustics, interspecies communication, electroacoustic composition and sound spatialisation. She studies at the Institute of Sonology at the Royal Conservatory in The Hague (2021–).


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