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Radio Space

Peter Weibel, The Origin of Noise - The Noise of the Origin, 3-D Performance-Oper, Karlsruhe, 2013,Foto:© ZKM I Karlsruhe

© 2018 Radio DJ

Radio Space

An exhibition cooperation with the Bauhaus University Weimar, the House of World Cultures and the University of Basel. 

The two worlds, art space and radio space, are less alien to each other than may seem at first glance. In addition to writers, composers, theatre and filmmakers, visual artists have always made use of the possibilities of this fleeting medium. An artistically designed parcours allows around 200 selected treasures of international radio art to be experienced. And there is a multi-facetted programme of events that makes it possible to experience radio in all its breadth and depth. The "Radiophonic Spaces" project relates current and historical, well-known and unknown positions in radio art and makes them accessible to the museum public in a unique way. Current and historical positions are put into relation: from Antonin Artaud, Samuel Beckett, John Cage, Friederike Mayröcker to Michaela Melian or Natascha Sadr Haghighian. With the help of headphones and specially programmed smartphones, the Museum Tinguely offers visitors an interactive parcours in which they can independently activate works from 100 years of radio art with their movements in space like "human transmitter search needles". Cevdet Erek, who played in the Turkish Pavilion at the Venice Biennale 2017, has designed a special production for this that enables the interplay of sound and space and makes it intuitively explorable. 

During the fourteen weeks of the exhibition, fourteen program blocks will illuminate the manifold dimensions of radio. Practical offers such as the production of receivers (radio soldering), the reception of short-wave radio from all over the world follow radio play workshops and the performance of live radio plays. Sound walks and audio walks focus on the dimension of the sound of our environment, exploring the idea of "natural radio" - radio without a device - as well as the question of the future of the medium or the representation of radio in film. And radio stations will broadcast live from the museum - a chance to follow the craft of radio-making up close. 

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