Berlin artist Karl-Heinz Jeron sees beauty in ordinary noises. He goes to great lengths to record everyday sounds such as airplanes or car engines. Then he transforms the acoustic signals into art.
She wrote radical Expressionist poetry, won the Kleist Prize and cultivated an eccentric, outsider persona in Berlin. 150 years after her birth, it's time to rediscover German-Jewish poet and artist Else Lasker-Schüler.
A century after World War I ended, it's possible to hear just how suddenly the guns fell silent. The thought-provoking soundscape was produced from "sound ranging" film that was made to locate enemy artillery positions.
A speech by an exiled Turkish journalist alongside an orchestra of Syrian refugees may sound like a disturbing kind of arts event in Hamburg's iconic concert hall. It was in fact anything but.
The Roma have contributed to European cultural history in unexpected ways. The new RomArchive is designed to raise awareness of Romani cultures and arts — and aims to counter stereotypical presentations.
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