Radiophonic Spaces is a walk-in radio room, experimental archive, studio, and sound stage all in one. Its spatial design and architecture allows the audience to explore the interplay of sound and space: visitors’ movements trigger over 200 individual works of German language origin and international radio art spanning 100 years. It presents radio experiments, forms of production, and composition methods, as well as radio’s apparatuses and discourses.
Download the detailed program here. Better yet, why not personally dive into the walk-in radio archive at the Haus der Kulturen der Welt open until December 10!