Students of the master's program Sound Studies and Sonic Arts present latest sound artistic works in the premises of the Zwitschermaschine.
The program consists of sound art works curated specifically for the Zwitschermaschine spaces: Performances, video, sound, light and sound installations and group exhibitions. A six-member student team organizes the program independently; there are virtually no limits to the ideas that can be generated and implemented. It is precisely this versatility that also characterizes Sound Art as an art form, in the generation of which instrumentally and digitally generated sounds, as well as everyday noises and architectural sound features are incorporated: an interplay of different artistic fields.
Since January 2019, the Master's program has started a collaboration with the gallery Zwitschermaschine. Every year from January to March and from November to December, SoundsAbout takes over the gallery at 161 Potsdamer Straße - a scene street full of galleries with links to the artistic neighborhood. Martin Moolhuijsen, participating artist, 3rd semester student and member of the organizing team, raves about the positive feedback of the SoundsAbout project and the enriching exchange between sound art connoisseurs and laymen: "So far, it has been especially great to get feedback from people who are not so familiar with sound art. The presence of the presenters themselves gives visitors the opportunity for a direct exchange."
More info on the program: about.sounds.berlin