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ALL THE TIME is an international cultural project by the artistic team HELLA LUX. Over the course of two months, 20 young creatives from around the world took part in virtual workshops to develop a video-audio-walk. During these online seminars they gained an insight into the development of an artistic auditory work in the public space, gained an under- standing of sound design and were taught how to approach the dramaturgy behind audio stories.

In collaboration with the participants from Germany, China, Iran, Portugal, the Netherlands and Kenya, and across the world, we created the material that will be seen and heard in ALL THE TIME. The perspectives we gathered resemble a mosaic of sounds and images which come together to form an open, digital artistic collaboration that merges into a kaleidoscopic visual and auditory experience.

ALL THE TIME will premiere on the 2nd of December 2022 at the venue studioNAXOS in Frankfurt a. M., Germany. There will be further shows on the 3d and 4th of December 2022. The Video-Audio-Walk is available in English spoken language and German spoken language. Open for everyone from 12 years on! Please reserve a ticket here:

A Production by HELLA LUX with:
ABBOTT, Sandra Achieng, Debra Aroko, Eric Bachmann, Felix Bausch, Louisa Beck, Natalie Blaser, Lenja Busch, Emma Coupez, Annemarie Gareis, Robin J.Gillham, Elena Grimbs, Liljan Halfen, Nike Hennig, Maud Haddon, Judith Hesselmann, Rupert Jaud, Frederik Kampe, Sara Karimi, Joseph Obel, Jana Peil, Grigorii Popov, Bernardo Santos, Helia Shadifar, Sarah Song, Yubing Tan, Milena Wichert, Juzheng Lucas Xue, Wanru Xu, Qirou Yang, Chenrui Samilien Yang, Ewelina Zielonka, Zhijia Zuo, SHE Choir Frankfurt

Funded by Kulturamt der Stadt Frankfurt am Main und durch die Beauftragte der Bundesregierung für Kultur und Medien (im Programm NEU-START KULTUR, Programmlinie Junges Publikum).

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2022-12-02 05:00
2022-12-02 05:00

Waldschmidtstraße 19, Frankfurt am Main, Deutschland


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Walking and talking (often employed during a walkshop).

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