The animal Sound Archive, the Tierstimmenarchiv at the Museum für Naturkunde Berlin is both the biggest and oldest of its kind in Europe.
13 students of HEAD-Genève, option construction – art et espaces, examine and explore the archive. Together with Dr. Frommolt, curator of th animal Sound Archive and Genevois composer D’incise (Laurent Peter) as well as the artist and professor Katharina Hohmann the students develop installations for the Tieranatomisches Theater. The artwork will be on public display for one time only on november 5th at 5 pm.
Lectures during the week: Denise Reimann (cultural sciences), Moritz Fehr (artist) und Ute Wassermann (composer/musician). Thanks to Felix Sattler, curator of Tieranatomisches Theater.
INVITATION TO THE ONLY PUBLIC DISPLAY OF THE INSTALLATIONS:
SATURDAY NOVEMBER 5TH, 5 PM
Marie Bidaut / Sara Dutch, Elias Carella / Mandine Knoepfel, Arnaud Cuérel,
Georg Kästle, Shiva Koshravi / Antonie Oberson / Lucile Pochon, Daniela Martins do Carmo, Alain Pop, Luz Romero, Magaly Séchaud, Angélique Tahé
TIERANATOMISCHES THEATER, CAMPUS NORD, PHILIPPSTR. 12 / 13