Andreas Hagelüken

Andreas Hagelüken studied Musicology, Philosophy and Art History in Bonn and Freiburg. As a freelance journalist, since 1994 he has published, written and produced artist profiles, features, experimental radio plays, and numerous programs on radio art for several German public broadcasters, including WDR - studio akustische Kunst and Deutschlandradio.
From 2000-2003, Hagelüken produced 25 issues of the sound art magazine 'Sound Rules' for the radio play department of Sender Freies Berlin. In 2000, he created the free sound archive for the Akademie der Künste, Berlin and SFB. He works as an independent editor for the program 'Internationale Radiokunst' at rbb-kulturradio (Rundfunk Berlin Brandenburg) and curates the rbb-klanggalerie. 2004-2011, Hagelüken has been working on the anthology: 'Neue Radiokunst International' for the public broadcaster SWR 2. He worked out several sound installations such as 2005 'Audioweg Gusen' and 2011 'decisions 02' together with Christoh Mayer chm., 2013 'Dreiland-Dada' together with Thomas Loop and Ephraim Wegner, 2014: 'ligne infinie - endstation freiburg' (with Wegner). Since 2008 he has a lectureship at the 'Universität der Künste, Berlin' the department 'Sound Studies' in the field of experimental sound design and auditive culture.

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