Podcast Series

Art Laboratory Berlin is glad to launch a new Podcast Channel SONIC ECOLOGIES starting in 2023, supported by the Berlin Senate. The podcast series was conceived by Tuçe Erel, with composition and production by Korhan Erel. Each year the podcast will have a special theme, and the subject matter of 2023 will complement the series Permeable Bodies. Each curatorial team member – Regine Rapp, Christian de Lutz, Tuçe Erel – interviews artists and scientists, and the series will spread throughout the year. The podcasts, which are around 20 minutes each, are scheduled and published every last Tuesday of May, June, September, October and November.

In our interview series for 2023, we would like to inform our audience about our guest artists and scientists as well as the researchers’ interest and how their focus is relevant to our series Permeable Bodies. Our program Permeable Bodies deals with the human body, especially women’s bodies, and their metamorphosis under the biopolitics and body politics of the Capitalocene.

The podcasts are available here below – in chronological order (the most current on top). You can also access them on Art Laboratory Berlin’s Spotify platform:

Third Episode | Flo Razoux, Aouefa Amoussouvi and Nicola Hochkeppel – PERMEABLE BODIES

The third episode of Sonic Ecologies features more guests of our current series Permeable Bodies, Flo Razoux, Aouefa Amoussouvi and Nicola Hochkeppel. This episode focuses on menstruating bodies and menopause. The conversation was recorded on 25 September 2023 and moderated by Regine Rapp, one of Art Laboratory Berlin’s co-founders.

Second Episode | Lyndsey Walsh – PERMEABLE BODIES

The second episode of Sonic Ecologies features another guest of Permeable Bodies, Lyndsey Walsh. Lyndsey is one of the artists of the Matter of Flux exhibition at Art Laboratory Berlin and talks about their art-project Self-Care. Art Laboratory Berlin curator Christian de Lutz interviewed Lyndsey on 14 June 2023.

First Episode | Adriana Knouf – PERMEABLE BODIES

In the first episode of our new Podcast series our guest is artist and researcher Adriana Knouf, speaking about her art projects, scientific research and speculative fiction. The artist was interviewed by Tuçe Erel on 11 May 2023.

Introductory Episode | About Art Laboratory Berlin’s team

In this introductory episode we introduce the Art Laboratory Berlin team members – Tuçe Erel, Regine Rapp, Christian de Lutz – and the Sonic Ecologies podcast series.


Online | Archive


May 2023 – ongoing


Tuçe Erel


Tuçe Erel, Regine Rapp, Christian de Lutz


Korhan Erel


Korhan Erel


Tuçe Erel

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Conferences | Symposia


Event Series of Events


  1. Program Overview
  2. A Series of Reading Groups, Talks, Workshops and Podcasts
May – November 2023

In our new series we present artistic and feminist explorations of embodiment and identity in flux, as well as an investigation of our interconnection and interaction with the environment around us. With reading groups, talks, workshops and podcasts we propose a net of narratives of permeability to encompass a poetic (post)natural history of being woman throughout 2023.

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Event Reading Club


  1. Reading Group UNBORN0x9
  2. Live-Performance | Reading Group ECTOGENESIS, with Elizabeth Chloe Romanis
27 May 2023

Welcome to the Livestream Performance of the Reading group ECTOGENESIS, whih is a fork-out project of UNBORN0x9 showing in the exhibition MATTER OF FLUX. Initiated by Shu Lea Cheang and Ewen Chardronnet UNBORN0x9 reflects on the techno-scientific developments in obstetrical medicine, its social, cultural, philosophical and prospective implications and to offer an artistic view of the science in the making.

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  1. Artistic Research
  2. WhiteFeather Hunter | Lyndsey Walsh | Shu Lea Cheang and Ewen Chardronnet
26 May – 9 July 2023

The exhibited artworks critically reflect about nature, matter and health of female and nonbinary bodies through artistic and scientific research – exploring the use of menstrual serum for tissue culture, proposing new modes of care within the context of female and nonbinary health and discussing both traditional forms and new possibilities of reproduction.

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