Floating University © Lena Giovanazzi
Sa, 29/08/2020 - Sa, 29/08/2020
Elektronische Musik / Klangkunst / Sound Art / Longplay


symbiotic perspectives in sound, art and nature

FIREFLY asks how musical projects can face nature from a current perspective. With sound installations, concerts of experimental, electronic music and a garden radio, the artists explore the extraordinary rainwater retention basin of ​​the former Tempelhof airfield at Floating University.

Having being closed off to the public for over 60 years, a diverse range of animals, plants and algae have taken root and given birth to a unique landscape of the rainwater retention basin near Tempelhof airport: a man-made environment reclaimed by nature, forming a natureculture or a third landscape.

Discover the terrain and bring your rubber boots or borrow some on site!

13 – 19h

Felicity Mangan (sound installation)
Ana Maria Rodriguez (sound installation)
Stefanie Loveday (video installation)

17 – 21h
Datscha Radio: Fluctuations
+ Livestream at Datscha Radio, Cashmere Radio & colaboradio

Live Concerts
19:30h JD Zazie (turntable, CD)
20:30h »Still und Dunkel« (audio visual concert) by Pascal Arnold, Christoph Brünggel und Benny Jaberg

Due to the Covid-19 rules there will be time-restricted online tickets available. You can find them 2 weeks before the event here: http://firefly.berlin

In Kooperation mit der Floating University, Datscha Radio, Cashmere Radio und colaboradio. Gefördert durch die initiative neue musik Berlin e.V. und vom Musikfonds e. V. mit Projektmitteln der Beauftragten der Bundesregierung für Kultur und Medien.


  • Dauer: 8h
  • Bemerkungen zum Datum und Uhrzeit: 13–22 Uhr
  • Floating University
  • Lilienthalstr. 32, Berlin