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Hearing Aids to Find Your Location

Chelsea Leventhal, Douglas Henderson

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28 June 2024 19:00–23:59 29 June 2024 14:00–23:59 30 June 2024 14:00–19:00
The WerkStadt presents installations by Berlin-Neukölln based artists that are ruminations on specific sounds of the city, or the lack thereof.

From precise miniature cartographies to dynamic kinetic sculptures - all based around electroacoustic compositions that play at the edges of what the human ear can detect.

Art to be seen and almost heard... installed objects vibrating and then dancing. The artworks explore one's sense of place in both a micro and macro sense: from charting daily wanderings on the Berlin S-Bahn through various neighborhoods and districts - outwards towards efforts to make sense of a hierarchy of nation-states that feels inadequate to the growing challenges of the 21st century.


Chelsea Leventhal, Douglas Henderson

Douglas Henderson is a sound artist whose work spans all aspects of the medium, from electroacoustic sound compositions to sculptural works and installations. He is particularly interested in the dialogue between sound, form, and motion, and the transformative power they can unleash when combined.

Chelsea Leventhal is a sound artist and composer of electroacoustic music whose pieces engage the reanimation and articulation of space, perception of auditory archetypes, and creation of sonic allegories. The domestic soundscape, psychogeographical exploration of urban spaces, and the human-nature relationship are recurring themes in her work.


Emser Straße 124
12051 Berlin

WerkStadt — Kulturverein Berlin e.V.


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