A record player, or a Gram[m]ofon, is more than just a device that plays back music. Combine it with a record collection and you have a machine that plays back a person’s history.

Gram[m]ofon = Talk + podcast + performance

by Mats Almegård, the Goethe-Institut and The Polish Institute in Stockholm
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Goethe-Institut


THE GOETHE-INSTITUT SCHWEDEN

The Goethe-Institut is the Federal Republic of Germany’s cultural institute, active worldwide. We promote the study of German abroad and encourage international cultural exchange.


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Polska Institutet Stockholm


POLSKA INSTITUTET STOCKHOLM

The Polish Institute in Stockholm increases public awareness about Poland and its culture, encourages cultural exchange between countries, organises study trips to Poland, supports residency programmes for Polish artist in Sweden, informs about current and on-going initiatives in Poland.


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Mats Almegård


MATS ALMEGARD

Mats Almegård is a cultural journalist and PhD in German literature. He has been writing about electronic and experimental music for more than a decade in swedish and international media. Mats is the producer and reporter of the show Elektroniskt i P2 med Andreas Tilliander – the show on electronic music on Swedish National Radio.

Apart from magazines, newspapers and radio, Mats has also made a film documentary about (swedish) electronic music, called Ström åt folket.



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Gram[m]ofon = Talk + podcast + performance

A record player, or a Gram[m]ofon, is more than just a device that plays back music. Combine it with a record collection and you have a machine that plays back a person’s history. A record collection is a very personal thing, and when the headphones are not connected it might just gossip loudly about one’s childhood, infatuations, disappointments, joys, sorrows and passions. If a record collection could be said to be the soundtrack of your life, the record player might just tell us who you are.



CONTACT:

Goethe-Institut
Josefin Fürst
josefin.fuerst@stockholm.goethe.org

The Polish Institute
Michal Piotrowski
Michal.Piotrowski@instytutpolski.org

Mats Almegård
mats@tintenfisch.se





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