Most of Berlin's indoors clubs are still shut, however the Legendary techno institution, Berghain has figured out to open its entryways and attract guests with a surprising sound presentation. This sound installation project took place at Berghain’s Halle Am Berghain room. You can watch the videos below.
The event was presented by sound artist duo tamtam, Sam Auinger and Hannes Strobl and was called known as "Eleven tunes - Hall at Berghain" and run until 2 of August. This sound establishment changes the corridor into an uncommon sonic space.
The Duo utilizes acoustic intends to actuate the monumental engineering of this noteworthy spatial plan. The way in which the sound is affected by the overwhelming design: "The whole space is an instrument".
Also no more than 50 people was allowed at the same time and and everyone followed the social distancing rules.
However there was no techno music in the place. Guests listened to practically strange soundscape of rhythmic throbbing, murmurings, city sounds,sounds of a helicopter and more.
At the moments a number of the limitations have been lifted lately with shops, eateries and exhibition halls permitted to open again but indoor dance club's are still stay shut .