WALL OF SOUND — LAGE EGAL #187
Opening on Thursday, DEC 15, 6 — 9pm
16 DEC 2022 — 28 JAN 2023
Wed — Fri, 2 — 6pm, Sat, 3 — 6pm
Also open by chance or appointment
Menno Aden, Angelika Arendt, Hannah Becher, Andreas Becker, Tjorg Douglas Beer, Viola Bendzko, Roland Boden, Betty Böhm, Joanna Buchowska, Andreas Burger, Corentin Canesson, Diego Castro, André Catarino, Albert Coers, Francisco Da Mata, Ursula Döbereiner, Mirjam Dorsch, Knut Eckstein, Alexandra Erlhoff, Nadine Fecht, Alex Flemming, Frederik Foert, Moritz Frei, Peter Freitag, Tom Früchtl, Jane Garbert, Gfeller + Hellsgard, Lukas Glinkowski, Maurus Gmür, Marco Goldenstein, Ben Greber, Malcom Green, Jens Hanke, Peter Hartinger, Sabine Herrmann, Gregor Hildebrandt, Daniel Hoflund, Alekos Hofstetter, Birgit Hölmer, Julien Hübsch, Marianna Ignataki, Thomas Jocher, Jase Kala, Patrick Kaufmann, Klaus Killisch, Astrid Köppe, Annekatrin Lemke, Lukas Liese, Ignacio Lobera, Catherine Lorent, Barbara Lüdde, Frank Maier, Jules Maillot, Oliver Mark, Rei Matsushima, Matthias Mayer, Anna Mieves, NIHILS, Justine Otto, Andrea Pichl, Frank Pietras, Matthias Pilsz, Kristina Popov, Franziska Reinbothe, Franz Schmidt, Nina E. Schönefeld, Marcus Sendlinger, Soji Shimizu, Martin Skauen, Charlie Stein, Songwen Sun-von Berg, Philip Topolovac, Anke Völk, Helena Walter, Witte Wartena, Sador Weinsčlucker, Linda Weiss, Claudio Wichert, Albrecht Wild, Markus Willeke, Ila Wingen, René Wirths, Hansa Wißkirchen…
LAGE EGAL [GW34/35]
Greifswalder Str. 3410405 Berlinsonderlage@lage-egal.net
In short, we have decided to extend the previous exhibition MÄDCHEN MIT SCHALLPLATTE until end of January 2023 by keeping a selection of relevant pieces, adding new ones — and to rename it in WALL OF SOUND. This new exhibition is the result of an open call for music-related artworks and brings together 100 artworks of more than 70 artists with paintings or drawings of album covers or song texts, sculptures, objects, limited editions of records, tapes, posters…
WALL OF SOUND is about the role that music can play, both symbolically and as references to historical and contemporary contexts of experimental, jazz and rock music. It shows that music can be used as a political instrument or as a representation of a certain period, but can also provide an opportunity to come together. In this way, the exhibition WALL OF SOUND aims to make visible the diverse artistic voices that make up the Berlin art landscape.
We have also requested the artists to choose one or two songs in relation to their work to create an exhibition playlist, that we will play at the opening and other events and will be continuously updated, and could be heard and downloaded here.