Grand Opening in Bremen Teater
How do we relate to ourselves and the people around us while we listen? And if your bedside lamp had ears, what would it know about you? It’s no coincidence that the grand opening of this year’s radio cinema festival is set in a theatre. This year the festival focuses on the performative aspects of the listening experience and we have put together a very special program:
The British composer and sound artist Duncan Speakman make you interact with his sound piece, yourself and each other in the theater.
Producers and curators Maya Goldberg Safir and Dennis Funk from Third Coast International Audio Festival will perform an audio piece about how Maya’s sparetime job as a nanny suddenly took a surprising turn…
Our residency artist Kaitlin Prest (The Heart) will make a bedroom lamp tell the story of a relationship seen from it’s intimate position.
This night we will also reveal the winner of Sound of the North, a new award by Københavns Radiobiograf celebrating the best audio stories of the year created by independent Nordic producers. And we will of course listen to the winner’s story together.