March 21, 2018 - September 15, 2018
Sound reaches us directly, and yet it is fleeting. As a vibrant process of exchange it triggers deep emotions. Sound challenges and moves us – in every culture, and in every era. Our world is only revealed as a whole through vibrations, noise, tones, sound, music and speech.
The opening event gives visitors the chance to "tune in" to the exhibition's topics on several frequencies.
Concert at the St. Elisabeth Church
A concert by the "Chamber Ensemble of the New Budapest Orpheum Society" starts off the symposium "Captured Sounds".
How can sounds be presented to an international audience?
How do you make your own sound score out of your own steps, surrounded architecture and the sounds of the city?
From paper and pencil to sound recordings to the video camera: Language documentation in the 21st century.
Concert by Tahir Aydoğdu, a pioneer of pioneer of combining classical Turkish with forms of western European classical music.
The Javanese gamelan ensemble Garasi Seni Benawa and the Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchester Berlin will provide live musical accompaniment to the silent film "Setan Jawa".