summaery2016: Projects

Kassiert - k.a.a.l.

Project information

submitted by

Timo Buhl, Janine Müller, Tim Pathe, Severin Schenkel, Markus Westphal


Martin Hirsch, Jörg Krempien, Michael Markert, Ben Vossler,


Prof. Nathalie Singer Dipl- Ing. Astrid Drechsler Dipl. Med.-Gest. Andreas Feddersen Martin Schneider

Faculty / Section:
Art and Design

Degree programme:
Visual Communication (Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)),
Media Art and Design (Bachelor of Fine Arts (B.F.A.)),
Media Art and Design - Study programme Integrated International Media Art and Design Studies (IIMDS) (Master of Fine Arts (M.F.A.) and Master of Arts (M.A.)),
Media Art and Design -Study programme Media Art und Design (MAD) (english) (Master of Fine Arts (M.F.A.)),
Media Art and Design - Study programme Media Art and Design (MAD) (english) (Master of Science (M.Sc.))

Type of project presentation



Summer semester 2016

Exhibition Location / Event Location
  • Bauhausstraße 9a - Digital Bauhaus Lab

Project description online

k.a.a.l. stands for „sound („klang“) archaeology algorithm“ and will be showcased at the Digital Bauhaus Lab during the annual summer presentation at Bauhaus-University 2016 (summaery).
The interactive spatial sound installation asks to what extent – within a radio art archive – cultural-scientific and techno-historcal semiotics can be detected.

The visitor is sent on an acoustic archaeological research trip. In an experimental setting fragments of the rushing ether of radiophonic documents are occasionally being triggered by the visitors’ movement.
k.a.a.l is a dynamic space sound unit and archaeological imperative for its visitors. Its activities will be evaluated on the basis of empirical data collection.

Based on material taken of the EXPA, the archive for radio art of the BUW.

Friday, 15.07.2016//
09:15 - 12:30 Uhr//
Digital Bauhaus Lab
Bauhausstraße 9a

Email: mueller.janine[at]

Exhibition Location / Event Location