On the occasion of the first musical temporary exhibition, a special visiting path has been prepared at the Centre. It is made up of 17 stops. It leads along the exhibits in permanent galleries which are thematically connected with sound, hearing and music.
Following the musical visiting path, we will learn, for example, how to dance music (Dancing for Electricity), where the sound on a vinyl record comes from (Scratching DJs), whether playing a laser instrument is safe (Laser harp) and how to move the air so that it plays (Friedlander). Other exhibits displayed along the path will also help us to understand why we would not be able to talk to each other in the space (Mouth radio), what the electrophone of the 21st century is (Reactable) and why we hear ourselves differently than our interlocutors (Your voice says it all).
A map that will facilitate locating all exhibits displayed along this special “musical” path can be found below. Let it lead you!