Trance

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In his new book Trance – a mixture of literary non-fiction and personal essay – the writer Leonhard Hieronymi (born in 1987 in Bad Homburg vor der Höhe) traces the origins of German trance and technoculture in the 1990s in Frankfurt am Main. He combines approaches to club culture history with autobiographical memories of his youth in the Frankfurt area, in which he and his friends narrowly missed a subversive moment in techno history and grew up feeling as if they were on the periphery in terms of time and space.

In this Wandersalon, the author will read from his book and give insights into his research and experiences, which illustrate the importance of club culture and nightlife strikingly and entertainingly – from Frankfurt to the Ruhr area.


Information

The reading is followed by a DJ set. Free admission.


Anfahrt ÖPNV

Essen - Bochum - Witten
RB40

17:07 Essen main station - 17:21 Bochum main station - 17:32 Witten main station
RE 16

17:47 Bochum main station - 17:56 Witten main station
Tram 310

16:58 Bochum main station - 17:33 Witten Rathaus

Dortmund - Witten

S5

17:30 Dortmund main station - 17:45 Witten main station

From Witten Hbf and Witten Rathaus it is a 5 minute walk to raum café.

Please note: Due to a high level of illness and track work at Deutsche Bahn, some routes are served less frequently and train cancellations may occur at short notice. Please inform yourself about your current connections before starting your journey.


Address

raum café
Wiesenstraße 25
58452 Witten

Events


  • Thursday
    18 h
    Wandersalon
    24.11.

    Wandersalon #37: Trance – Lecture by Leonhard Hieronymi

  • Leonhard Hieronymi Artist ©

    Leonhard Hieronymi

    Leonhard Hieronymi's new publication is titled Trance and is a wild hybrid of personally colored essay and literary nonfiction.

    Image Artist ©

    Natalie Pielok aka hader.lock

    Natalie Pielok aka hader.lock is an artist, media scientist and DJ. Besides her artistic and scientific work she moves between media art, infrastructure and sound.