Hanno Leichtmann: TANGENTE – SEKANTE – PASSANTE – sound installation

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The Technics SL-10 turntable is a hi-fi and design classic from 1979. With the size of a record sleeve, made of plexiglass and brushed aluminum, it has made it into the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) with its timeless design.

In the sound installation by artist Hanno Leichtmann, two SL-10 turntables are playing specially manufactured records in repeat mode so that the recordings shift over time and various combinations. dark ambient jams, electronic percussion mutations and meandering voice patterns create a dystopian soundtrack.

In order to reduce the infection risk in context of covid-19, a maximum of 5 guests can attend the installation at a time. Pre-registration is not required, our staff will oversee the number of visitors. Access is only possible with mouth/nose-covering.

ausland’s ventilation system renews the air inside continuously. In case of good weather, a small get-together before and after the visit is possible in our yard. We recommend to buy tickets for your preferred time slot online in advance. A spontaneous visit (paying admission in cash at the door) is also possible.

TANGENTE – SEKANTE – PASSANTE | Sound installation by Hanno Leichtmann

26+27.09.2020 | Starts: 17:00 CET
ausland | Lychener Strasse 60 in 10437 Berlin

Opening Times: 17:00 – 22:00
admission: 3 EUR | Tickets VVK/pre-sale via eventbrite.com

In order to avoid a waiting line and for easy registration we recommend to book a ticket via Eventbrite. Of course you can also just come by and buy a ticket at the counter

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