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Am 13. Kunst- und Kulturfestival "48 Stunden Neukölln",
17. - 19. Juni 2011,
und am 22., 25. und 26. Juni 2011:

ohrenhoch-Land

"ohrenhoch-Land" - a picture-sound-journey by and with the ohrenhoch-Kids

Luxury is just young people changing the world!

 



ohrenhoch-Land am 13. Kunst- und Kulturfestival "48 Stunden Neukölln":
Friday       17.06.11          19 – 23 Uhr  [ohrenhoch-Kids Live 19 - 21 Uhr]
Saturday    18.06.11          14 – 23 Uhr  [ohrenhoch-Kids Live 14 – 16 / 17 – 20 Uhr]
Sunday     19.06.11          14 – 21 Uhr  [ohrenhoch-Kids Live 14 – 16 / 17 – 19 Uhr]

ohrenhoch-Land ist eines der 'Highlights' des Festivals und ist nominiert für den Kunst- und Publikumspreis.

Weitere Daten und Zeiten:
Mittwoch    22.06.11        17 – 20 Uhr  [ohrenhoch-Kids Live 17 - 19 Uhr]
Samstag    25.06.11        17 – 20 Uhr  [ohrenhoch-Kids Live 17 - 20 Uhr]
Sonntag     26.06.11        14 – 21 Uhr  [ohrenhoch-Kids Live 17 - 19 Uhr]

Photo credits: Knut Remond, Katharina Moos
 

Instruction - How can I get to ohrenhoch-Land?

You are received at 'ohrenhoch - the Noise Shop' by the ohrenhoch-Kids and equipped with giant ears for the journey to ohrenhoch-Land on board of the "Ohlteck".

With the comfortable virtual "Ohlteck" one flies from Berlin-Neukoelln to ohrenhoch-Land and back again, across 8 different travel routes.The ohrenhoch-Kids, with their music compositions (live electronics), will send you on an acoustic floating journey. The journey goes across continents and countries, and finally the Ohlteck will land in ohrenhoch-Land.The travel routes are distinguished on the flyer. The visitors can choose one of the 8 different travel routes. The luxury round trip Neukoelln – ohrenhoch-Land costs incredible 20 cent!!!

ohrenhoch-Land is a planet, a continent, a land, a city, a village, a street and a field path. One encounters many birds and rabbits. In the Ohlteck one travels luxuriously. (ohrenhoch-Kids)

Auf YouTube: ohrenhoch Land Reise "B"

 

Die ohrenhoch-Land Flyer

 


 

 

Knut Remond, June/September 2011