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New Podcast in the Volkswagen ART4ALL Online Edition: Talk with Wolfgang Tillmans

28.05.2020
Hamburger Bahnhof - Museum für Gegenwart - Berlin

Until further notice, an online edition of Hamburger Bahnhof’s public programme Volkswagen ART4ALL is available during the temporary closure of all venues of the Staatliche Museen zu Berlin (in effect since 14 March 2020). A new podcast will be broadcasted on the first Thursday of the month. In the second part of the Volkswagen ART4ALL Online Edition podcast series on the relationship between art and music, Wolfgang Tillmans talks about his musical development, the visual power of language and field recordings as photography (in German with English subtitles).

Music as Photography as Music

Wolfgang Tillmans is the conversational partner in the third part of the Volkswagen ART4ALL Online Edition podcast series on the relationship between art and music. The Collection of the Nationalgalerie features the artist’s works including the installation "Science Fiction / Hier und jetzt zufrieden sein", which he co-produced with Isa Genzken in 2001. This work, donated to the Nationalgalerie by Friedrich Christian Flick, will soon be exhibited again at the Hamburger Bahnhof – Museum für Gegenwart – Berlin. The Nationalgalerie also holds a large number of Tillmans’ records. A conversation with tracks musical examples (including unreleased material) about his musical development, the visual power of language and field recordings as photography. (in German with English subtitles)

Volkswagen ART4ALL Online Edition

During the closure of Hamburger Bahnhof, Volkswagen ART4ALL, the interdisciplinary and publicly accessible programme of lectures, screenings, conversations with artists, performances and multilingual guided tours, takes place as an online edition in the form of a podcast on the first Thursday of every month. The project is made possible by the Volkswagen Group.