»Monument To Atlantic Records«, 2008 by Elizabeth Price.

»This is how we walk on the moon«, by Johanna Billing.

»Mantra«, 2007 by Stefano Arienti.

»Calendar (for Jack Goldstein)«, 2010 by Dave Dyment.

“The record archive”, in process by Dani Gal. “The record archive” is an ongoing project of collecting vinyl records that sound document historical events of the twentieth century.


»Composition No. 3«, 1963-64 by Milan Knížák. Sound link.

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»10 in 12« by Sara Mackillop.

»Footstompin«, 1991 by Christian Marclay.


»Bad« (2007) by Kristoffer Akselbo.

»Death In Dallas«, 2001 by Zoran Naskovski. A video installation, which sets newsreel footage of John F. Kennedy’s life and assassination with a mournful ballad about the tragedy sung to the accompaniment by the sounds of an ancient one-stringed instrument known a gusle. The inspiration for the piece was an unsettling audio recording, bearing the same title, which Naskovski found at a neighbourhood flea market in Serbia.

“10. – 17. September 2005”, 2005 by Markus Sixay. Digital record of the exhibition.

»The Planets«, 1984, series of six single records collected from special effects sound libraries by Jack Goldstein.

“Untitled (record)”, 2008 by Oliver Sutherland. Single pressing dubplate.

“A flower is a lovesome thing (7”-vinyl-record)”, 2001 by Christian Jendreiko.

»Octodons’mix«, 2003 by Stéphane Vigny.


“Sound Chaser” (Video), 2008, a train-style record player by Yuri Suzuki.


»bausatz noto ∞« (1998). Four Technics SL-1210 turntables are integrated into a table. On each of these turntables rests a specially produced vinyl record with 12 endless grooves each of which provides the visitor with the opportunity to play several sound-loops endlessly. By Carsten Nicolai.


»Bad« (2007) by Kristoffer Akselbo.


Sound Installations by Strotter Inst.

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“Graphite Sequencer” by Caleb Coppock. Video. Graphite conducts electricity. Two wires brush against the surface of a paper disk as it spins. The wires are connected to a simple electronic tone generator. When a line of graphite is drawn across the disk, connecting the two wires, a tone is heard.

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