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Arne van Terphoven (Our-House Museum) – archiving dance music culture and rethinking museums: The Daft Punk helmet is there, the first drum computer of Armin van Buuren is there. But it's not the main thing, the main thing is to try yourself, listen to records, mix records, make a record with your friends.

Arne van Terphoven (Our-House Museum) – archiving dance music culture and rethinking museums

VonElectronic Beats Podcast


Arne van Terphoven (Our-House Museum) – archiving dance music culture and rethinking museums

VonElectronic Beats Podcast

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Länge:
40 Minuten
Freigegeben:
2. Dez. 2021
Format:
Podcastfolge

Beschreibung

The world of electronic music is becoming increasingly popular and with several decades of history encompassing it, it was only a matter of time until the history of this culture was archived for future generations. A new multisensory, audiovisual exhibition in Amsterdam called "Our-House" claims to be the first truly modern museum dedicated to electronic music culture, telling the journey of the music genre from a rebellious underground community evolving into a global cultural phenomenon. On this week's episode of the Telekom Electronic Beats Podcast, we meet founding member Arne van Terphoven. He tells us why the claim “museum” is not as fitting as “immersive experience” and explains how Amsterdam and the Netherlands forged a deep connection to dance music, a genre that originated in the US.
Freigegeben:
2. Dez. 2021
Format:
Podcastfolge

Titel in dieser Serie (40)

Im Telekom Electronic Beats Podcast erzählen DJs, Künstler:innen, Kreative und die Community ihre persönlichen Geschichten rund um Musik, Club, Kultur, digitale Trends oder Innovationen. Wir sprechen über Themen, die unsere Gegenwart ausmachen und die Generation Now bewegen. In the Telekom Electronic Beats Podcast, DJs, artists, creatives and the community tell their personal stories about music, clubs, culture, digital trends and innovations. We talk about topics that shape our present and move Generation Now.