Discover on your own

Christina Kubisch, Electrical Walks Basel, 2012. Photo: Lukas Zitzer

Electrical Walks Basel

Sound artist Christina Kubisch has put together a sound walk for the HeK, through which one can experience the surroundings of the Dreispitz-Areal in a completely new way. Equipped with special headphones, you can hear electromagnetic fields – in other words, electricity! The map leads you to 10 special sound locations on the Dreispitz area. 

The headphones (max. 4 pieces) and a guide including a map can be borrowed at the ticket office during opening hours against deposit of an official identity card. 

Age: from 7 years
Costs: free 
Duration: approx. 1 hour, depending on route and speed

More info

 

Artworks around the HeK: mushrooms, glitches and Co

There are several works of art to discover around the HeK. Among other things, a band of mushrooms playing music on the roof, a secretive digital letterbox, or an architectural glitch in the facade.

More on art in architecture
 

Further exploration and inspiration in the blog

Discover a wealth of things in the HeK blog: listen to artists talking about their work in interviews, explore further background information on topics we have dealt with in exhibitions, and get inspired by instructions on tinkering and do-it-yourself from workshops we have run. 

Discover the blog