22 July 2023

Live Radio Broadcast with Cashmere Radio

On July 22, the second chapter of the exhibition GHOSTING began. The day was accompanied by a live broadcast by Cashmere Radio. Under the title Ghostly Rearrangements, DJs from the Berlin community station were broadcasting their sound in the garden of the M.1 along with summer snacks and BBQ.

DJ Sets by: Nathan Gray, The Endless Tape Machine (Lea Müller & Jan Lubahn), Hilde Wollenstein


Nathan Gray

Nathan Gray is a West Australian artist living in Berlin. He works with language and the voice across a range of long-term research projects that explore the history of language experiments and the applications of linguistics. These projects take form as speculative lecture performances, radio works, documentary, exhibition and rumour. Recent investigations have included: a history of voice synthesis and disability, an enquiry into Yerkish - a language invented to communicate with Chimpanzees - and several collaborations with Juluwarlu Aboriginal Corporation an Indigenous lead language and cultural archive in Northern Australia. He hosts a regular radio show on Cashmere Radio Berlin and performs and exhibits widely.

Listen to the sets here & here.


The Endless Tape Machine

The Endless Tape Machine is Lea Müller and Jan Lubahn, originally from Schleswig-Holstein, now based in Berlin. They explore music history through their record collection. In this context, they are interested in the musical development over the course of history, as well as the ongoing mutual inspiration of different cultures and artists. In their sets, they arrange different styles, currents and sounds and put them into a new, and uncanny contexts. The duo curate the monthly radio show 'The Endless Tape Machine'. Inspired by the multifaceted nature of music, they dedicate each episode to a theme, an artist, a country, a current, a label, a style, a word... or all mixed up.

Listen to the set here.


Hilde Wollenstein

Hilde Wollenstein is a composer and performer based in Berlin and an alumna of the Institute of Sonology at the Royal Conservatoire in The Hague, Netherlands. She intends to formalise states and situations through the agency of musical affect and cultural baggage — morphing a world into the world — soul-seeking for belief and release. Hilde’s work revolves around second thoughts.

You can listen to the set here.