Jeanne Charlotte Vogt

Jeanne Charlotte Vogt (she/her) is a curator and dramaturg working in the fields of media and performing arts as well as cultural education. She is the artistic director of NODE Forum for Digital Arts in Frankfurt, Germany. Together with fellow curators, festivals and theatres, she is developing projects that explore the conditions for interdisciplinary, intergenerational and inclusive learning experiences. She is the founder of the youth media arts education program Digitale Welten and co-founder of the performance research project [in]operabilities that investigates aesthetics of access in the field of contemporary music and music theatre.

, 14:00 – 16:00

Creative Technologies Lunch: Kunst, Code und Community-Kitchen

The »Art, Code and Community Kitchen« invites you to exchange and network around questions of the connection between art, technology and their social impact and presents performative interventions, sound or video works.


The »Art, Code and Community Kitchen« invites you to have a soup with us and get to know artists and makers that work between art and technology in Hamburg.
Beginning a series of project introductions,Fernanda Ortiz will present the work she is currently developing at Kampnagel: BODIES UNDER INFLUENCE. It is a live VR dance performance that choreographically explores: Where does the body begin, where does nature end and where can the two no longer be separated?
Anngret Schultze and Kattalin Newiger Mitxelena are introducing »Faces. A Shopping Paradise« which is interweaving dance, artistic audio description, 3D animation, and technoid soundscapes into a performance on the theme of identity and consumability.
Dong Zhou will share her project »Meandering Bowing« showing the trajectories of a violinist in the 2nd violin part of an orchestra playing Smetana's The Moldau. The musician’s traces virtually left in space allow for a new perspective on the musician’s authorship and question the hierarchy in musical composition through notation.
MICHAELBRAILEY reads selected passages from their new text-based work ‘Sad Light’ alongside an introduction to the associated research. ‘Sad Light’ is a black .pdf document imprinted with white characters - text and ASCII art - that theoretically, poetically, emotionally and conspiratorially explores the computer screen as an interface into vast, concealed systems of extraction.
Lena Biresch will be presenting their VR project »Me, Myself & My Avatars (or remapping the homunculus)«. The project demonstrates how easily humans can mentally adapt their body images and plays with avatars that propose additional limbs or control the entire environment.
Finally, the generative music duo Fragment (Arjun Jamil & Joana Naomi Welteke) will close the lunch. Their performances seamlessly blend organic and synthetic sounds to create sonic landscapes that evolve in real-time.
Come along – whether out of curiosity, to network, with your own questions on the topic or simply for a relaxed lunch break as part of the DIVERSIFY THE CODE closing event.

Location: Westfoyer Kampnagel (Jarrestraße 20, Hamburg).
Lunch for 5 Euro, Tickets here.
This event will be held in English and German.