Tamtam: Eleven Songs – Halle am Berghain

Tamtam: Eleven Songs – Halle am Berghain

15 July to 02 August 2020

A specially for the Halle am Wriezener Bahnhof designed sound installation by the artist duo tamtam (Sam Auinger and Hannes Strobl) activates the impressive architecture of the place with acoustic means.

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The installation "Eleven Songs - Halle am Berghain" by the Berlin-based artist duo, initiated by Singuhr Projekte, can be experienced from mid-July 2020. Sound and space are to merge with each other and open up new sonic states, moods and perspectives to visitors again and again. The sound installation is specially designed for the large boiler hall and the cinder cellar of the former district heating plant Friedrichshain. It transforms the monumental hall, which impresses with its sheer size and architecture of solid concrete and is somewhat hidden behind the club rooms of the Berghain, into a unique resonance space. The entire space becomes an instrument.

At a glance

What: Eleven Songs – Halle am Berghain
When: 15 July to 02 August 2020
Where:Halle am Wriezener Bahnhof
Opening hours: Wednesday to Sunday 2 to 8 pm
Entry fee: 8 Euro, red. 5 Euro

Halle am Wriezener Bahnhof

Am Wriezener Bahnhof
10243 Berlin
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Last edited: 3. August 2020