This festival evening begins in the Raum-Cafe, where Peter Hesse will show his highly acclaimed film “Die Stille überlebt” about the NRW noise scene.

Klaus Obermaier is an interdisciplinary artist, composer and director. His work “the body talks, the face screams, the visuals sound and the voice cracks” focuses on his research into the human body as an interface between the real and the virtual. Sounds and visuals interact live with the help of specially developed controllers, body and voice.

The Japanese-French artist Tujiko Noriko impressively interweaves synthetic music with human presence, as can be heard in her latest work “Crépuscule”. Her collaboration with filmmaker Joji Koyama creates a hypnotic, audiovisual experience that captures the moods and themes of her albums and transforms them into captivating images and sounds.

Lachlan Turczan is an American artist who works with water, light and sound to create immersive experiences and kinetic sculptures. He presents “Inner Aurora” – a water and light installation that visualizes sounds in real time. The audience is invited to interact with the installation and create their own light waves.

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Wiesenstraße 25
58452 Witten

18:00 Peter Hesse
„Die Stille überlebt (Film)“

Admission free


Bergerstraße 25
58452 Witten

20:00 Klaus Obermaier
„The body talks, the face screams, the visuals sound and the voice cracks“

20:45 Tujiko Noriko/Joji Koyama

21:30 Lachlan Turczan
„Inner Aurora“

Advance booking: 15,- /reduced 10,-
Box office: 17,- /reduced 12,-