Swedish musician Martin Molin loves building unusual instruments. Such as a two-meter-tall contraption filled with 2,000 cascading marbles. The sounds they make change, depending on where they fall.
Swedish musician Martin Molin has designed a construction that creates music with marbles. He spent 14 months tinkering away at his “Marble Machine”. The video on YouTube has been viewed over 12 million times.
Swedish musician Martin Molin has designed a construction that creates music with marbles. He spent 14 months tinkering away at his Marble Machine. The video on YouTube has been viewed over 12 million times.
She never stops reinventing herself: Icelandic artist Björk is an all-round talent. Also, a a Swedish inventor with his music-making marble machine, and ballroom dancing is in again.
Cinema of the 1920s and early 30s is still considered the golden age of German film. The 68th Berlin film festival takes a look at all films known and unknown, experimental and melodramatic, abstract and everyday.
Gutenberg is considered the father of mass communication thanks to his invention of the printing press and metal movable type. But was he really the first to print books? Five centuries after his death, questions remain.
Take our quiz and you could win great CDs. We play a cover version of a German hit, and you tell us who did the original. This week, it's the original version of "Home."
The legendary Castro Theatre in San Francisco is celebrating new German cinema at the biggest German-language film festival outside Europe, and the stars of the scene are in attendance.
Russia’s independent gaming scene between art, business, politics and censorship.
The German Goethe Institute is hosting an interactive exhibition titled ‘Games and Politics’ in Novosibirk, bringing together the country’s gaming scene.
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