A100. Der Klang der Berliner Stadtautobahn. (Sam Auinger, Hannes Strobl, Georg Spehr)
Berlin’s urban motorway A100 generates a pulse for urban life and shapes Berlin's identity as a symbol of progress, self-staging and representation as well as an object of hatred, disruptive factor and art space. The sound installation is committed to the auditory dimension of the city motorway and thus becomes the starting point for current discussions around various aspects of the A100.
Tickets or a prior registration are not necessary. The performance is accessible on a continuous basis.
CLB Berlin im Aufbau Haus, Prinzenstr. 84, Kreuzberg, 10969 Berlin
Ein Kunstprojekt von Sam Auinger, Hannes Strobl und Georg Spehr
Projektbetreuung: Wolfgang Galler
In Zusammenarbeit mit Dr. Sven Sappelt - CLB Berlin
Wissenschaftliche Begleitung: Prof. Dr. Holger Schulze.
Gefördert von der Senatskanzlei für Kultur und Europa Berlin.
Sam Auinger is a sonic thinker, composer and sound artist. Hannes Strobl is a bassist, composer and sound artist. Georg Spehr is a sound director and audio designer. Wolfgang Galler is an artist manager and music producer. Prof. Dr. Holger Schulze is a professor of music studies at the University of Copenhagen. Dr. Sven Sappelt is a cultural scholoar and curator, as well as the founder of CLB Berlin.
CLB Berlin is a transdisciplinary project space for contemporary art, cultural studies and urbanism in Aufbau Haus at Moritzplatz in Kreuzberg. It was founded in 2015 by Sally Below and Sven Sappelt.