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Anna Neimark: A Postconceptual Position

Lecture, 27 May 2019, 19:00

Ajay Singh Chaudhary

Lecture, 28 May 2019, 19:00

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Wolfgang Tschapeller: On Architecture

Lecture, 9 May 2019, 19:00

Sandra Danicke and Kasper König

Lecture, 7 May 2019, 19:00

Dawn Kasper

Lecture, 2 May 2019, 19:00

Narratives in Boundless Space 

Opening, 1 May 2019, 18:00

Elijah Burgher: Artist's Talk

Lecture, 25 April 2019, 19:00

Heji Shin: Mom

Lecture, 16 April 2019, 19:00

Götz Stockmann: Erosion of Spatial Border

Lecture, 11 April 2019, 19:00

Rundgang Party 2019

Event, 15 February 2019, 22:00

Water Cooler Talks

Event, 15 – 16 February 2019

Rundgang 2019

Event, 15 – 17 February 2019

Tala Madani: Oven Light

Opening, 8 February 2019, 19:00

Michael Young: Fear of the Mediated Image

Lecture, 6 February 2019, 19:00

Hernan Diaz Alonso: Literal

Lecture, 23 January 2019, 19:00

Carsten Meyer

Lecture, 17 January 2019, 19:00

Johannes Helberger: KLING KLANG KLONG

Lecture, 16 January 2019, 19:00

Tim Griffin: Dispositions

Lecture, 15 January 2019, 19:00

Johannes Helberger: KLING KLANG KLONG

Lecture16 January 2019, 19:00Aula, Städelschule, Dürerstraße 10, 60596 Frankfurt am Main

Acoustic Scenography

Johannes Helberger creates spatial music- and sound-experiences for installations, stage performances, exhibitions and interactive environments shown and performed internationally. The transformation of acoustic spaces and the play with perception of spectators, have become his signature as a spatial sound artist. He is a co-founder of the sound art studio KLING KLANG KLONG in Berlin, which develops acoustic scenographies in the intersection of science, art and communication. Whether in real spaces or virtual environments, the studio treats the visitor as an active participant in interplay with an organic sound environment.

In his lecture, Helberger will focus on the impact of sound on the spatial perception and how it is is highly underestimated. How a room or a site „feels“ is rarely judged by the sonic experience but mostly by visual features. It seems we have much more control and understanding over the visual world than whatever happens in the realm of invisible sound waves propagating through air. This lecture will give insights and show methods how sound influences the spectator and how the subconscious perception of space can be influenced, altered and designed.

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