Donnerstag, 12. Januar 2023




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Prix Giuseppe Englert 2022

In the fall of 2022 Robin Minard was awarded the Prix Giuseppe Englert in Paris. The award of 5.000€ "contributes to projects aimed at raising awareness and improving the quality of our acoustic environment.” The prize will be used to support a new project in 2023. More information to come!


Installation, Alexander Koenig Museum Bonn
Extended until 29.01.2023

Museum Koenig Bonn, Adenauerallee 160, 53113 Bonn
Tuesday to Sunday, 10:00 - 18:00 / Wednesday to 21:00

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The installation „Chundua — Froschträume“ opened at the Museum Koenig Bonn on August 31st within the Beethovenfest and has been extended to January 29th, 2023. The work is based on recordings made in the spring of 2022 in the rainforest of northern Colombia.


Photo: Simon Vogel


Installation, Museo de Arte, Santa Marta, Kolumbien
Extended until 28.01.2023

Museo de Arte Universidad del Magdalena
Edificio Casa del Rio, Cra. 2 #17-24, Santa Marta, Magdalena, Kolumbien
Monday to Friday: 08:00 – 12:00 and 13:00 – 17:00
Saturday: 08:00 – 12:00 and 13:00 – 15:00

The installation “Sueños de rana”, an echo of the installation in Bonn, has been showing at the Museo de Arte in Santa Marta, Colombia since October 27th, 2022 and will continue until January 28th, 2023. As in Bonn the work is based on recordings made in the spring of 2022 in the rainforest of northern Colombia.


Photo: R. Minard


The installations in Bonn and Santa Marta are part of Robin Minard‘s work as Bonn City Sound Artist 2022 and are the first projects within „ECHOES — Soundforum Bonn“ of the Beethoven Foundation for Art and Culture of the Federal City of Bonn, that combine artistic and scientific research. For this year's annual theme of biodiversity, Robin Minard worked closely with the Herpetology Research Section at the Museum Koenig Bonn of the Leibniz Institute for the Analysis of Biodiversity Change.


Information on both projects available at:


Still Online

Kayapó — The Crying Chieftain Raoni
Radio composition

Kayapó - The Crying Chieftain Raoni was commissioned in 2019 by Deutschlandfunk Kultur for the program Klangkunst and WDR3 for the program Open Sounds. The work consists of recordings made in Brazil, both during indigenous protests in Brasilia and in the Amazon rainforest north of Manaus. The work interweaves field recordings with indigenous voices and stories, as well as lists of murders committed against indigenous peoples for reasons of prejudice, greed, and politics. The work paints a tragic picture of Brazil's indigenous peoples and their struggle for survival.

Listen at:

Portuguese version, scroll down for German and English versions.