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New 360-degree audiovisual installations in Berlin will feature Brian Eno, Thom Yorke, more

The "Hexadome" will host 360-degree installations and live performances from Ben Frost, Thom Yorke and Tarik Barri, Holly Herndon and Mat Dryhurst and more...

Berlin’s Institute for Sound and Music has revealed plans for its "Hexadome" exhibition. 

The exhibition, which will open in Berlin at Martin-Gropius-Bau on 29th March and run until 22nd April, makes use of 360-degree technology to create an audiovisual experience that aims "to redefine the museum experience". 

The exhibition will feature a wide range of installations and live performances from the likes of Brian Eno, Thom Yorke, Tarik Barri, Holly Herndon, Mat Dryhurst, Jemma Woolmore, Ben Frost, MFO and more. 

The Hexadome utilises state of the art audio technology in its multi-channel soundsystem. The "Klangdom", as it is called, is made by ZKM Institute For Music And Acoustics. 

Once the exhibition finishes up in Berlin, the Hexadome will tour across Europe and the U.S. in 2019. 

For more information on the exhibition visit ISM's website. Check out the preview video for the exhibition below, with music courtesy of Stephan Mathieu.

For more audiovisual installations, step inside the world of Ben Klock's breathtaking Photon concept which he rcently discussed in a video for Electronic Beats.