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Music for Laboratories 4 – white out

Music for Laboratories 4 – white out

Returning to the snowy heights of Switzerland only to connect with Lefterys Krysalis from Weimar, Germany.
Lefterys is an artist, musician and researcher. His research interest are the politics of listening. He is also a close and long term radio-collaborator of your baby-sweet-host Jan Gloeckner.
So there is lots to talk about, and we might end up discussing war crimes by Greece and Germany in the past and the present.

Music-selectors: Lefterys and Jan

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Music for Laboratories 3 – the lowest place

The third Episode of Music for Laboratories keeps promises of the old year. Aiste Ambrazeviciute is the host and music-selector of this episode, while Jan Glöckner pushes the buttons and co-hosts.
They talk about emotional safe spaces in laboratories and the necessity of vulnerability and risk involved when conducting experiments on yourself.

A special quarantine show, from the isolated basements of our hearts in Kaunas and Staffelstein.

Let us take you to the lowest place.

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Music for Laboratories 2

This time:


directly from the Swiss Mountains, out of the deep snow.

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Music for Laboratories

Music for Laboratories pilots on rasuradijas live from Sodas 2123 Studio 36 from the x-disciplinary congress on artistic research hosted by the doctoral department of Vilnius Academy Arts.

Jan Glöckner speaks with Aiste Ambrazeviciute, the founder of Plantasia Lab about laboratories, fieldwork during lockdowns, modulation of minds through music selection, and altered states of mind in research set-ups.

This Episode was Co-produced with MENE and partly supported by Lithuanian Council for Culture.

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