Wunderbaum / Touki Delphine


Wunderbaum and Touki Delphine are taking the direct flight from HAU into the desolate small town of McMurdo, Antarctica. After celebrating their new premiere, “Vision out of nothing” on the stage of HAU2, they present music from their earlier collaboration “Songs at the End of the World.” With cool electrobeats and wistful ballads, they wonder how it might be to live in such an abandoned place. They dive beneath the polar ice, looking for “silent John” and the other life. They eavesdrop on the seals and let the icy polar wind blow around their ears.


  • Past
    Sat 3.11.2012, 22:30 / HAU2


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