Radiophonic Spaces

2018, Nov 1 — Dec 10

Walk-in radio archive and platform for listening knowledge

What significance does listening knowledge have in our present-day shaped by visual cultures? How are the cultures, aesthetics and politics of transmission and reception changing? In a walk-in radio archive visitors can discover more than 200 works of radio art by John Cage, Friederike Mayröcker, Milo Rau and many others.

To project

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Hassan Khan: Stuffed Creatures Also Have a Life

Part of “Der Ohrenmensch” English original version Presentation, Nov 3, 2018

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Verena Kuni: Pattern Recognition (German)

Part of “Der Ohrenmensch” German original version Lecture, Nov 3, 2018

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Lino Camprubí: Finding your Way in the Ocean’s Soundscape

Part of “Der Ohrenmensch” English original version Lecture, Nov 2, 2018

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Mara Mills: A Field Guide to Interference

Part of “Der Ohrenmensch” English original version Lecture, Nov 2, 2018

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Wolfgang Hagen: Radio and the Aprophecy of the Digital (German)

Part of “Der Ohrenmensch” German original version Lecture, Nov 2, 2018

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Wolfgang Ernst: Voice Memory and the Algorithmic Ear (German)

Part of “Der Ohrenmensch” German original version Lecture, Nov 1, 2018

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Flora Lysen: Brainwave Broadcasting and the “Radio Sense”

Part of “Der Ohrenmensch” English original version Lecture, Nov 1, 2018