“Conjs”, 2011 by Ricardo Basbaum. Iron, fabric, vinyl and audio.

»Glassworks Reversed«, 2011 by Tobias Spichtig.

“Three Rock Mountain Study II”, 2011 by Fiona Hallinan. Granite off cut and USB memory stick loaded with audio.

»Maternity Leave«, 23rd April 2011 – 23rd April 2012, by Lenka Clayton.

»Listening Station«, 2008 by Tyler Adams.

»PRINTER 33319010 ver«, 2010 by Hideki Inaba.

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»Forecast«, 2011 by Anne de Vries.


“Kiss the Girls: Make Them Cry”, 1979 by Dara Birnbaum.

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»Opening The Chakras«, 2009 by Eilis Mcdonald.

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»Speakers Mailboxes«, 1985 in Berlin by Benoit Maubrey.


“Contributions to homeland sound topography 01 – the right sides of the road”, 2009 by Volkmar Klien.

»Mass Black Implosion (Iannis Xenakis ST/48 – 1, 240162 )«, 2007 by Marco Fusinato.

»Diatope Sketch«, 1978/1979 by Iannis Xenakis.

»Avalanche«, (2009) by CADU .


“Revolving Realities”, 2010 by Carsten Goertz, Martin Hesselmeier, Andreas Muxel and Marcus Schmickler.


“Colour Projections”, 2009 by Theo Burt.


»YELLOW MONOCHROME«, 2008 by A kills B.


»Song of Solomon«, 2006 is an aleatoric audio collage, an 8-channel audio installation that samples many versions of ‘Mbube’, aka ‘Wimoweh’ aka ‘The Lion Sleeps Tonight’, in a sonic tribute to the song’s dead author Solomon Linda. By Julian Jonker and Ralph Borland.


“Sound Drift”, 2005 by Timo Kahlen and Ian Andrews.


Actions in the Universe“, 2008 by David Bestué and Marc Vives.

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