Shiur 1700 Leipzig

Rosh Hashana: Radical Renewal

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SHIUR 1700 Leipzig Rosh Hashana: Radical Renewal will be the second in a special four-part series for the 1700 Jahre Jüdisches Leben in Deutschland. In the hypnotizing Pittlerwerke space, participants will explore themes of renewal and repurposing through text-based discourse led by Micki Weinberg, and music and sound performances enhanced with innovative machine-learning technology as part of the Sound Folds Project.

Full video premieres here on Sunday, September 5th, 8pm Berlin time.


Micki Weinberg, SHIUR Founder
Music by Paul Bießmann, SoundFolds I-IV
Erika Körner, SoundFolds Garment Designer
Maja von Kriegstein, Trumpet
David Schwartz, Cello
David Soyza, Vibraphone
Dana Ilic, Dancer

Sound Folds Project Team:
Emmanuel Bacceli - IoT
Felix Bießmann - Data science
Paul Bießmann - Interaction & music
Berit Greinke - Wearable computing
Erika Körner - Garment design
Giorgia Petri - Interaction & ML
Kaspar Schleiser - IoT
Pauline Vierne - Electronic textiles

In collaboration with the Einstein Center for Digital Future (ECDF) and the Berlin University of the Arts (UdK Berlin)

SHIUR 1700 is supported by:

Jüdisches Leben in Deutschland e.V. with funds from the Federal Ministry of the Interior, Building and Community.
Junction, an initiative of JDC Europe

Organized by ID Festival

Under the patronage of Rüdiger Kruse, member of the German Bundestag

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