This year, on the occasion of the Werkleitz Festival 2021, the Hoermaschine team spoke with various scientists about topics that would suit other societies - Stephanie Wakefield, Mel Hogan, Desiree Förster, Simon Schaupp, Harald Heinrichs, and Christopher Coenen lend their ...Read More

HOERMASCHINE97 will listen to the sounds, sentences, movements, and thoughts that have been collected in the temporary REALLABOR in berlin kreuzberg the last days. This broadcast is supported by Fonds Darstellende Künste in the program #TakePart with funds from the Federal ...Read More

what time will have a new society? HOERMASCHINE96 dives into thoughts by George Kubler and others. now and in the past, most of the time, the majority of people live by borrowed ideas and upon traditional accumulations, yet at every moment, ...Read More

If words no longer meant what they were supposed to, or what does the web of our understanding look like? Luki leads us through the night of HOERMASCHINE95. Read More

by accident, HOERMASCHINE94 is traveling to an island somewhere on our planet were just workers, skilled and unskilled, are living, high-powered laborers, good for nothing but work. but don't we know that story from somewhere? Read More

HOERMASCHINE50 will broadcast white nights stories while there will be reached soon the shortest night in the year. what would have to be done till this very moment? perhaps zhernyshevsky, solzhenitsyn and dostoyevsky may give an answer to this vital ...Read More

HOERMASCHINE93 does not go gentle into that good night; it will follow the traces of diversified voices and thoughts about that island which is called sometimes NOWHERE. Read More

dispossessed people have had their property taken away from them - but what is that property, and what will happen then, HOERMASCHINE92 will try to discover. Read More

HOERMASCHINE91 will rediscover the chorale of our inner voices where some of us aren't sure if it is just a dictation through the narratives of the past. Read More

HOERMASCHINE90 will instruct the fiction of Nabokov’s memory, visit his family house in Moscow and try to understand why sometimes reality is the strangest fantasy at all. Read More