German Historical MuseumR1 Flying Steps Academy in the exhibition hall
Museum für Kommunikation BerlinR4 Get inspiration from the performance by Team Recycled to the sounds of the remixed Backstreet Boys, followed by a workshop for the best moves.
Museum für Kommunikation BerlinR4 In the middle of the 19th century Berlin rose as an innovation and industrial metropolis. The city became a pioneer in the use of many new communication technologies. In 1888 there were already more telephone connections in Berlin than in the entire United States. A short journey through the history of communication.
German Museum of Technology - LadestraßeR1 R4 R5 The humanoid robot NAO can speak, play football, dance and explore her surroundings. In this demonstration we’ll be explaining how NAO works and why she seems so human.
Hegenbarth Sammlung BerlinR3 For the Long Night of Museums Berlin artist Nicole Wendel presents a live performance with sound: Baltic chalk is used to create with dancer Audrey-Rose Burden a dialogue in drawings resulting from specific movements.
Science Center SpectrumR1 R4 R5 The theremin is an electronic musical instrument that is played without physical contact. Frequency and volume are controlled with two antennas that sense the relative positions of the player’s hands. Robert Meyer is a master thereminist who entices a wide variety of musical styles from the instrument.
Science Center SpectrumR1 R4 R5 A house that turns in on itself, confuses your senses and thoroughly tests your perception.
Musikinstrumenten-MuseumR1 R5 Listen to familiar things in foreign languages and unknown things in your own language – the Tango Argentino of the Tucat Moreno Tango Trio talks about what unites people all over the world.
Mori Ôgai GedenkstätteR5 Peter Pütz draws meditational sounds from the Japanese flute and talks about how the instrument is constructed and played.
German Historical MuseumR1 Dancing allowed! DJ Pawas (Channel Host of FluxMusic ‘Sound of Berlin’) spins the discs in the artfully illuminated foyer of the exhibition hall and makes for just the right atmosphere.
Museum der StilleGet comfortable in a deckchair and enjoy the silence as you gaze into the heavens in our museum courtyard.
Berlinische GalerieR4 The stairs of the Berlinische Gallerie are a central space for serveral short dance performances. An interactive choreography with 5 dancers inspired by Carsten Nicolais’ installation ‘tele’. Repeatedly and through the night are shown choreographies of the moment: starting from one step as the smallest possible dance floor up to the whole space of the stairs, it's a virtousically usable space.