Developed by pupils from 7th–10th grade of Heinz-Brandt-Schule, Berlin

Duration: 10:10 Minutes


<p><em>Videowalk</em>, 2017, Photo: Viktoria Pidust</p>

Videowalk, 2017, Photo: Viktoria Pidust


What’s the sound of a daydream? How do inner voices and sounds change when you’re sitting in a café or, for instance, riding a bike? Inspired by the sound installation Flesh (January 20–April 9, 2017) by artist Hanne Lippard, pupils of Heinz-Brandt-Schule address these questions. During their project in March 2017, the students developed an audio track for a pre-produced videowalk through the courtyard and the exhibition of KW, exploiting the sound of their everyday thoughts. This resulted in texts, sound poems and sketches, which were made using percussion, guitar, synthesizer and singing. In the end, a ten minute long videowalk came into being, which leads you through a world of disembodied voices and sounds.


<p><em>Videowalk</em> through the exhibition <em>Ian Wilson</em>, 2017, Photo: Viktoria Pidust</p>

Videowalk through the exhibition Ian Wilson, 2017, Photo: Viktoria Pidust


Project development: Alexia Manzano (student of weißensee kunsthochschule berlin) and Norbert Lang (freelance radio producer and sound artist). The project was developed in conjunction of “Künste öffnen Welten”, and is supported by the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media.