direkt zum Inhalt springen

direkt zum Hauptnavigationsmenü

Sie sind hier

TU Berlin

Page Content

Anita Schlögl

Lupe



Goethe-Institut
Strategie & Evaluation
Dachauer Str. 122
80637 München
Tel. 089-15921-319

Dissertation

Surplus Music. Flagship-Music-Projects and the Cultural Economy. The Example of Vienna and Berlin

Vienna and Berlin are already marked with a certain music image. Vienna is often called the "capital of music", which means, first of all, classical music. Berlin on the other hand is perceived as a cultural place of creative milieu and creative industries. Berlin’s music image is one of a "music labor" of popular music. Both images are very effective in terms of city attraction, media impact, and investor or tourist mobilization. City events, like music festivals, play because of their high media effects and identification propositions an important role in the continuity of production and re-production of these city images.
 
"Surplus Music" deals with the strategies and procedures of urban production, distribution and consumption of musical culture and city images. The primary aim of the study is to examine the impact of music events on the cultural city image, and the chances and risks of so called flagship-image-projects in terms of city development and city competition.
 
Based on two case studies, the music fair "Popkomm" in Berlin and the "Vienna Mozart Year 2006", the interplay between virtual city images and the local cultural economy, as well as different strategies of image policy will be analyzed. These two examples will help to clarify the influence of spatial, historical and cultural factors on image generating processes as well the repercussions of the so called "economy of symbols" for urban space.

Curriculum Vitae

Spring 2007
Visiting Scholar, Columbia University
 
2005 - present
DFG-Fellow, Center for Metropolitan Studies, Technical University Berlin
 
2005 – present
PhD Student, Institute for Planning and Architectural Sociology, Technical University Berlin
Supervised by Prof. Harald Bodenschatz
 
Fall 2003
M.A. in Social and Economic Science, Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz
Thesis: Social integration in a global age. European Culture as a binding force in Berlin?
 
2003
Research Fellow, Institute of European Ethnology, Humboldt Universität zu Berlin
 
1998 – 2003
Student at the Faculty of Social and Economic Science, Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz
Study areas: Sociology, Psychology, Economics

Publications, Lectures etc.

"Die Scheune muss voll sein, aber die Körner finden wir woanders“ – Nachbetrachtungen zum Kongress „kultur.macht.europa“ in Berlin. In: Music Information Center Austria (mica), Musiknachrichten Musikwirtschaft. Wien: 2007 (Online).
 
Wiener Mozartjahr 2006. In: Flotzinger, Rudolf (Hg.): Österreichisches Musiklexikon. Wien: 2007. In Vorbereitung
 
“Mozart is all about creativity”: Deconstructing the Music Image of Vienna in the Mozart Year 2006. International Journal of the Arts in Society, Volume 2 (2007).
 
Rezension zu NUSSBAUMER, Martina (2007): Musikstadt Wien. Die Konstruktion eines Images. Freiburg im Breisgau: Rombach. In: Die alte Stadt. Zeitschrift für Stadtgeschichte, Stadtsoziologie, Denkmalpflege und Stadtentwicklung. In Vorbereitung.
 
Presentations
 
„Eine Musikstadt ist Berlin nie gewesen“: Musik als Mehrwert und Medium Berliner Imagepolitik.
Think City Series, Checkpoint Charlie Stiftung und CMS. Berlin: Juli 2007.   
 
Added Images – Promoting Creativity in the Vienna Mozart Year 2006
Third Annual Conference of the Transatlantic Graduate Research Program on Time/Space Dynamics in Urban Settings. Berlin: Mai 2007.
 
Surplus Music – Flagship-Music-Events, City Images and the Cultural Economy International Symposium on the Arts in Society. New York: Februar 2007
          
Wien und Berlin: Musikwirtschaft als Standortfaktor. Workshop Städte vergleichen: Vom empirischen Zu-/fall zum plausiblen Argument, HU-Berlin und CMS. Berlin: Juli 2006
 
Geschmackskulturen & Geschmacksverstärker – Zur Bedeutung von Musik im Image von Wien & Berlin. Nachwuchstagung der Gesellschaft für Stadt- und Urbanisierungsforschung. Konstanz: Oktober 2005.
 
Wissenschaftsjournalismus
 
„Der König, das bin ich“. Berliner Zeitung, Nr. 126 (2007), Magazin S. 7. Artikel zur Ausstellung „Paul Poiret“ im Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.
 
Tagungsbericht zur “Creative Cities Conference on Collaboration for Economic Development”, Landesinitiative “Projekt Zukunft” In: H-Soz-u-Kult (Online). Berlin: 2006.
                                 
“Vision der Großstadt”. In: TU intern 11/2006
 
“Die Zukunft der Stadt”. 8. Metropolis Weltkongress in Berlin. Rapporteurin für den offiziellen Abschlussbericht.
 
Wissenschaftsorganisation
 
International Journal of the Arts in Society, Volume 1, Number 6 (2007). Peer Referee und assoziierte Mitherausgeberin.
 
Internationales Symposium des Transatlantischen Graduiertenkollegs Berlin – New York. Konferenzorganisation: Symbolic Constructions of the City. Berlin: 2005

Zusatzinformationen / Extras

Quick Access:

Schnellnavigation zur Seite über Nummerneingabe