Experimental Spatial Concepts

The field of Experimental Spatial Concepts functions as an open lab for those wanting to explore the interfaces of the various design disciplines.

Spaces of all dimensions are explored, social, communicative and virtual systems. Not only individual design positions are emphasized, but above all strategies that rely on networking. Work proceeds using the classic and the new media, with another emphasis being on site-specific projects and intervention in the public space.

Students work both in applied and in free contexts, but preferentially in fields beyond all pigeonholes.

Doctoral candidates

Craig Leonard

On Dissonance

Tutors: Prof. Heiner Blum, Prof. Juliane Rebentisch

Tania Ost

Long-term projects in portrait photography

Tutors: Prof. Heiner Blum, Prof. Christian Janecke, Prof. Klaus Hesse 

Further information

Design Basics

For first-semester students

The field of Design Basics is intended to interface between amateurish, taste-based design and serious, professional creative output. In several interlocking work steps, students are familiarized with the most important substantive and media interlinkages in current design practice.

By means of a project that they choose themselves, the sophomores first learn the basics of defining an idea. Using an extensive list of tasks, in the first four weeks a basic idea then gives rise to a differentiated concept with multi-faceted content. In a plenary session, concepts get presented and their substantive and design qualities appraised. The question of the medium is derived from the substantive quality of the concepts themselves. From the multiplicity of design possibilities, each student then develops a focused project that serves as the basis for acquiring professional project management strategies.

At the end of the semester, the students present their projects in a public display they themselves organize.

Annual show 2014 Kappus soap factory

Hfg 14 rg erk 31 julie gaston js

​Rundgang 2014

Rauminstallation in der Kappus Seifenfabrik

Annual show 2014

At the 2014 HfG Offenbach annual show 60 students from the Experimental Spatial Concepts class studying under Prof. Heiner Blum displayed their works in the premises of the Kappus soap factory in downtown Offenbach.

With the generous support of Kappus soap factory and satis&fy AG Deutschland


Alessandro Belliero, Alina Lottmann, Alla Zakiullina, Andrea Köhler, Anna Seeger, Anna Sukhova, Aram Lee, Arootin Mirzakhani, Camilo Brau, Chengtian Luo, Cosima Peth, Craig Leonard, Domenico Laterza, Ella Pechechyan, Erwin Lii, Felix Kracke, Fred Besier, Georg Thanner, Gilda Weller, Ida Emilie Sabro Jensen, Isabel Scheid, Jaewon Chung, Janine Baechle, Janine Maschinsky, Jennifer Katarina Gelardo, Jonas Englert, Julia Lottmann, Juliane Kutter, Julie Gaston, Kathrin Baumgartner, Ketty Van Doln, Kim Hyewon, Lena Bakonalim, Leonie Döpper, Lisa Hopf, Maciej Medrala, Marco Poblete, Marek Kochanowicz, Marie Leicht, Marina Kampka, Marlene Benet, Martin Dörr, Mathias Weinfurter, Max Barthel, Max Brück, Moritz Urban, Patrick Brockmann, Paul Heyduck, Philipp Schönfeld, Polina Livshits, Polina Tsvetkova, Sarah Mohr, Sonja Borstner, Sonja Sofia Yakovleva, Thekra Jaziri, Theresa Ernst, Tom Krol, Valerie Eisenmann, Viviane Niebling, Wiola Kuzniak, Rudi Weißbeck, Yi Zhang

  • Hfg 14 rg erk 42 juliane kutter js

  • Hfg 14 rg erk 38 andrea koehler js
  • Hfg 14 rg erk 07 michaela tischer hb
  • Hfg 14 rg erk 02 isabel scheidt js
  • Hfg 14 rg erk 12 max brueck js

  • Hfg 14 rg erk 13 max brueck hb

  • Hfg 14 rg erk 44 patrick brockmann marlene benet js
  • Hfg 14 rg erk 08 kim hyewon ketty van doln hb

    ​Rundgang 2014

    Ausstellung in der Kappus Seifenfabrik

Robert Johnson Theory

Robert Johnson Theory

Theory in the club since 2010

Robert Johnson Theory (RJT) presents a loose sequence of prominent, knowledgeable guest speakers – sound specialists, musicians, authors, DJs – in lectures on the topic club culture, production und reception of electronic music.

The events take place in Robert Johnson (Nordring 131, Offenbach) two hours before normal club opening times, and will blend seamlessly into the club night.

​A cooperation between Prof. Heiner Blum of HfG Offenbach and Robert Johnson Offenbach


  • Rjt 08 ata 02 ld

    RJT 08

    with Ata

  • Rjt 02 20 lupo ld

    RJT 02

    with Lupo

  • Rjt 03 01 tobias rapp ld

    RJT 03

    with Tobias Rapp

  • Rjt 04 38 roman fluegel

    RJT 03

    wirh Roman Flügel

  • Rjt 05 rinck  fehr  raddatz 62x ld

    RJT 05

    with Rinck, Fehr, Raddatz

  • Rjt 10 karl kliem 01 js

    RJT 10

    with Karl Kliem

  • Rjt 14 kristian beyer 01 ld

    RJT 14

    wirh Kristian Beyer

  • Rjt 18 klaus walter 02 js

    RJT 18

    with Klaus Walter

  • Rjt 20 mark fisher js 01 r

    RJT 20

    with Mark Fisher

  • Rjt 21 schorsch kamerun js 25

    RJT 21

    with Schorsch Kamerun

  • Rjt 25 backroom entertainment ld 09

    RJT 25

    with Alex Lindblad, Alma Poric

RJT 08

with Ata

RJT 01

Thomas Meinecke, Johannes Ullmaier
December 4, 2010

RJT 02

Andreas Lubich
June 16., 2012

RJT 03
Zwei Zeilen und die Geschichte der Dance Music

Tobias Rapp
August 25, 2012

RJT 04 
Von 101 bis 909

Roman Flügel
September ​14, 2012

RJT 05
Im Feuerschein

Monika Rinck, Benjamin Fehr, Patrick Raddatz
October 4, 2012

RJT 06
Der Klang der Familie

Felix Denk & Sven von der Thülen
October 20, 2012

RJT 07 
Schneiders Büro

Andreas Schneider
November 10, 2012

RJT 08
Marions Schallplattenboutique

Ata Macias
January 12, 2013

RJT 09
Mythen des Dancefloors 

Sascha Koesch, Debug
February 16, 2013

RJT 10

Karl Kliem,
March 23, 2013

RJT 11
100 Jahre Techno

May 29, 2013

RJT 12
Techno Style

Markus Weisbeck
June 15, 2013

RJT 13
Conny Plank

Stephan Plank
July 20, 2013

RJT 14

Kristian Beyer (Âme)
August 10, 2013

RJT 15 Karl-Marx-Stadt
Komputer und Klangforschung

Frank Bretschneider
October 12, 2013

RJT 16
Dancing, Diving, Digging: Going Under, Going Down

Dick Hebdige
November 2, 2013

RJT 17

Thomas Meinecke
December 7, 2013

RJT 18
Autotune, Körpertuning, Pornonbeats

Klaus Walter
January 25, 2014

RJT 19
Hard Disc Rock

Atom TM
March 29, 2014

RJT 20
Here’s a group trying to do one thing, and it’s to get into the future

Mark Fisher
April 12, 2014

RJT 21

Schorsch Kamerun
May 10, 2014

RJT 22
New York House

Hans Nieswandt
May 31, 2014

RJT 23
Happy Accidents

Thomas Fehlmann
June 21, 2014

RJT 24
Frankfurt 1974: Moondog, Kraftwerk, Intermodulation

Volker Zander
August 2, 2014

RJT 25

Alex Lindblad, Alma Poric
Oktober 4, 2014

RJT 26
Elektronische Weltorgel

Michaela Melián
November 1, 2014

RJT 27
Alles ist gut

Ata Macias
November 22, 2014
Cooperation with Museum Angewandte Kunst Frankfurt

RJT 28

Stephan Plan
December 6, 2014
Cooperation with Museum Angewandte Kunst Frankfurt

RJT 29
Electric Indigo

January 24, 2015​

Institute for Sound Research

  • Ifk 2013 1 abelton chris beisswenger 02 ld

    The images show IfK workshops with Atom TM, Hans Nieswandt, Analog Roland Orchestra and Honji Wang in the HfG Offenbach palace chapels, an excursion to the electronic music studio of the public broadcasting corporation WDR in Cologne, and workshops in the sound lab of the Städel Academy in Frankfurt with the lecturers Chris Beisswenger, Lupo Lubich and Daniel Fort
    ​Photos: Heiner Blum, Jessica Schäfer

  • Ifk 2013 1 abelton chris beisswenger 15 ld
  • Ifk ws 14 wdr 3
  • Bc790d5319
  • Ifk 14 ws aro hb 16
  • Ifk 2013 3 daniel fort 03 js
  • Ifk 2013 2 lupo lubich 02 hb
  • Ifk 2014 ws honji wang 1
  • Ifk 2013 2 lupo lubich 34 ld

The images show IfK workshops with Atom TM, Hans Nieswandt, Analog Roland Orchestra and Honji Wang in the HfG Offenbach palace chapels, an excursion to the electronic music studio of the public broadcasting corporation WDR in Cologne, and workshops in the sound lab of the Städel Academy in Frankfurt with the lecturers Chris Beisswenger, Lupo Lubich and Daniel Fort
​Photos: Heiner Blum, Jessica Schäfer

Institute for Sound Research


Founded in 2013 by Heiner Blum, the Institute for Sound Research (IfK) promotes artistic audio productions and producers. It focuses on experimental and electronic sound productions in the fields of track, installation, audio plays, performance, and concert.

In lectures, workshops, sessions and excursions the institute supports the transfer of knowledge in sound research and creates inspiring new opportunities. The institute’s studios enable creative freedom for cross-border experiments.
The way the institute works is deliberately nomadic, discursive, flexible, developing strategies, processes and actions in open design processes. It is a network, forum, and platform for producers and artists.

With its range of services it complements the teaching at HfG Offenbach, Frankfurt University of Music and Performing Arts (HfMDK), the Städel Academy and the Institute for Applied Theater Studies in Giessen. The institute also supports independent sound artists and producers.
As of July 2014 the Institute for Sound Research has been based in the Zollamt Ateliers in downtown Offenbach. Here there are studios for producers, an office, as well as a communal and workshop sound lab. The HfG Offenbach event and exhibition rooms on the ground floor of the building can also be temporarily used for larger events. Other events are held in the Städel Academy sound lab in Frankfurt, the HfG Offenbach palace chapels and the Robert Johnson club in Offenbach.

The Institute for Sound Research works in the following formats

  • Workshops on audio basics, mastering and audio software (Ableton, Cubase, Logic, Max MSP, Protools …)
  • Hands-on hardware workshops
  • Workshops on: sound installation, audio plays, performance, dance
  • Lectures and seminars with speakers from theory and practice
  • Robert Johnson Theory, series of lectures on club culture
  • 1:1 sessions with renowned sound producers
  • Excursions and on-site encounters
  • Events, concerts, symposiums
  • Support of free projects
  • IfK studios

A project group comprising students from the participating universities and independent producers discusses and develops current and future IfK projects and formats.

Project group

Philipp Bergmann, Heiner Blum, Sven Hergenhahn, Patrick Raddatz, Sabine Schmidt, Matthias Schönijahn, Cédric Dekowski, Felix Reifenberg, Max Vaahs​

Project group

Philipp Bergmann, Heiner Blum, Sven Hergenhahn, Patrick Raddatz, Sabine Schmidt, Matthias Schönijahn, Cédric Dekowski, Felix Reifenberg, Max Vaahs

Projects 2000 to 2013

  • Dse neuland 03 js 005

    Supplementing the City

    Photos: Jaewon Chung, Jessica Schäfer, Juliane Kutter, Paul Pape and others

  • Dse sense bar 04 jk 002
  • Dse eintopf 03 js 015
  • Dse beste leben 09 jk 005
  • Dse beste leben 16 js 007
  • Dse poebelmoebel 01 js 001
  • Dse poebelmoebel 03 js 005
  • Dse los tacos hermanos 01 js 008
  • Dse flattern 09 pp 002

Supplementing the City

Photos: Jaewon Chung, Jessica Schäfer, Juliane Kutter, Paul Pape and others

Supplementing the City

Cooperation with the Endowment Professorship of Creativity in an urban context, Prof. Kai Vöckler (2013)

Together with Prof. Heiner Blum and Prof. Kai Vöckler, an interdisciplinary working group comprising students from both departments and friends came up with ideas aimed at supplementing the city with things it lacks. Prof. Marc Ries and Prof. Peter Eckart added their support.

Unusual concepts were intended to breathe a new lease of life into vacancies in downtown Offenbach. The vacant “City Passage” in the pedestrian precinct became the “Intercity Passage”; new spatial strategies were tested. Furniture was assembled live from disposable objects, a hammock bar was a pleasant place in which to linger, there was Indian and Mexican food, flags were designed together with inhabitants and positioned in the city, there were experimental music performances, and new forms of exchanging and buying clothes could be put to the test, as could design objects. This temporary lease of life aimed to supplement and perpetuate the range of venues for students and creative minds in Offenbach. It became evident that there is a lack of meeting places and places for exchanging ideas and opinions in the city, which as a result should be developed.​

Working group

Aldin Sakic, Annkathrin Kluss, Benjamin Slattery, Bettina Hamm, Helena Reinsch, Isabel Blumenthal, Jascha Bernhard, Kevin Egerer, Kim Lotte Stöber, Lilja Friedemann,Markus Paulix, Moritz Urban, Nico Anthony Mason, Nora Etmann, Pablo Olivari, Sascha Dietzel, Isabel Scheid, Maurice Zimmer

  • Xqm 5 interview mit einem unbekannten 01 ss


    Realtor for the Public Domain
    ​Photos: ​Heiner Blum, Jessica Schäfer

  • Xqm 5 sprich  01 hb
  • Xqm 5 das kompliment 01 hb
  • Xqm 4 im tannenwald 19 hb
  • Xqm 3 capsule hotel 00 hb
  • Xqm 1 karussell 01 hb
  • Xqm 3 buna seara 01 hb
  • Xqm 5 schlafstation 01 hb
  • Xqm 3 mitternachtskino 01 hb


Realtor for the Public Domain
​Photos: ​Heiner Blum, Jessica Schäfer

Xqm 5 prise a 75 ld

Conception and Artistic Director

Prof. Heiner Blum, Jakob Sturm

xqm team

Céline Scherer, David Bausch, Jennifer Gelardo, Gilda Weller, Heiner Blum, Jakob Sturm, Janine Maschinsky, Johanne Schröder, Manuel Roßner, Ruben Fischer, Sascha Dietzel, Thekra Jaziri, Yacin Boudalfa

xqm – Realtor for the Public Domain

To whom does the space between buildings belong? (2011)

From May to October 2011 xqm conducted a total of 54 projects in five blocks in the public domain in downtown Frankfurt. In busy districts, regarded as prime locations, xqm identified architectural and urban design situations which have no clear function, but whose spatial circumstances, e.g., “a roof over one’s head” have potential for alternative use. In the manner of a realtor, xqm advertised these spaces and invited people with good ideas to use them for their own initiatives, projects, and experiments in the public domain.

xqm kicked off with a strategy of staking out spaces between column quads, in passageways, in public art works, and between trees and, depending on the particular project requirements and according to a simple principle, securing them with tarpaulin. This created “pieces of architecture” which fitted in with the minimal need for spatial demarcation and created a stage for the projects. During the course of the projects the original portfolio of available spaces was expanded by the users freely taking charge of other places. The manner in which the available tarpaulins were handled also became increasingly free.

The main concern of xqm was to open up inner-city public space very much dominated by consumerism for needs and activities that basically pursued a communicative interest. The aim was to make projects possible for which in this form there is no existing framework or established formats and spaces, and to provide a platform for needs for which there is no room in the public domain.
The xqm team discussed and developed the proposed project ideas together with the initiators, provided the requisite materials, assembled them as desired and provided support with the staging of the projects.


  • Fernbedienung k


    Illustrations: Jan Lotter

  • Geld k
  • Aufbruch k
  • Eingang k
  • Radio k
  • Titi2 k
  • Universaladapter k
  • Utopie k


Illustrations: Jan Lotter

Artistic Directors

Heiner Blum, Jakob Sturm

Universal project group since 2004

Altan Eskin, Andreas Schmidt, Anna Cruse, Benjamin Knabe, Christian Strobel, David Borchers, Gisela Kramm, Hannibal Tarkan Daldaban, Helena Schlichting, Heike Prehler, Inken Helldorfer, Jan Brand, Jan Lotter, Jeannine Fernandez, Jessica Schäfer, Marc Nothelfer, Michaela Binder, Mikko Hilgert, Oguz Sen, Olga Schulz, Pablo Martin de Jesus Garcia Pacheco, Rahel Seitz, Sandra Havlicek, Stefanie Humbert, Steve Valk, Sven Prothmann, Tania Lescano, Valerie Sietzy, Verena Friedrich, Veronica Aguilera Carrasco, Viviana Bravo-Botta


An event label for the public domain (2004)

Taking Universal as its title, Heiner Blum and Jakob Sturm, together with an extended project group from HfG Offenbach, created a discourse and project platform for the public domain. “Universal” is an initiative for promoting self-determined, communicative and creative actions at work, in leisure time, and in everyday processes.

Universal supports and links people and projects, facilities and initiatives that play an essential creative role in the social structure and community life in the region. It encourages and supports projects at various levels: temporary, communal, cultural, intercultural, social – down to those which offer individuals or a group an existential perspective.

Since Universal was founded in 2004, its objectives have been formulated in various concept papers. Here are some excerpts from a paper by the 2006 project group:
»Universal is a symbol of departure and self-determined action. Beyond the multiple choice propositions that politics, culture, and business offer with regard to existential differentiation, people stop waiting and assume control of their own existence and development.

Universal is an interface between feeling, thinking, and doing. It prompts people into assuming responsibility and offers an opportunity for self-development, self-help, self-service, and self-relaxation. It demands and promotes personal and collective creativity. It is an anti-remote control and searches for specific solutions for specific potentials. It is a sort of transit zone that crosses the threshold between staying silent and speaking, thinking and doing, feeling and making tangible, between sleeping and being awake, idleness and work, creating and realizing. Universal takes dreams by the hand.

Universal fills a vacuum. Our social systems offer diverse spaces for specific groups. There are places to go for children, youths and older people. Places for addicts, the persecuted, battered, homeless. As a rule, places for normal people are geared to differentiated scenes and are in far too many cases consumer-oriented. For every need there is a product, yet none of these products seem to satisfy people in their innermost selves. Universal sees itself as the focus of communicative processes, as a laboratory and transitional space for developing new perspectives on work, money, and free time.

Universal is a concentration of human energies in time and space. For the duration of its existence it creates an atmosphere of stirring, focusing vitality. Universal nestles in the spacious vacancy of the urban zone. A spacious multi-functional place is the heart of the activities. It exists in the center of town and is available to the living. Situations and actions are the core of Universal. It is open for all interested and curious people who would like to put a vision into practice. In terms of content the focus is on projects with a service and production character; there are no airs about it, no superficial vanity, no exhibitions or art in the classic sense. It is a place for doing what you always wanted to do, a space for what actually is, for big and small dreams. Universal’s energy feeds on the forum of all people in the city who are creative and keen to experiment.

Café Universal is provisional and keen on improvisation. The café is the local heart of Universal. Like a chameleon its open layout adapts to the needs of its users. It has areas of differing size and promotes the coexistence of variable and divergent projects. The various levels have room for large and small-scale activities, which can be conducted for minutes, a long period of time, or effectively at intervals. Café Universal almost never sleeps. It opens in the morning and keeps on pulsating until late at night.

With its satellites, Universal creates acupuncture points in an urban context. It has mobile action and presentation units, which can be used in the public domain as variable project platforms.
Universal is by nature an open project.«

  • S10 25 schlaf fee isabelle


    Photos: Heiner Blum, Bettina Lauck, Sandra Mann, Jeannette Petri, Nina Werth, Cem Yücetas and others

  • S17 02 schild und hammer hb
  • S02 40 reise zum nordpol
  • S02 01 domingo display 1
  • S04 04 essen
  • S06 01 pinwand 01
  • S07 06 wuehltisch
  • S10 44 lesedecke cy
  • S05 05 ja band
  • S11 03 hasentheater
  • S15 07 callcenter
  • S15 09 saugen
  • S16 03 johannas tell me
  • S17 23 maracana fraktion hb
  • S17 51 wiese hb


Photos: Heiner Blum, Bettina Lauck, Sandra Mann, Jeannette Petri, Nina Werth, Cem Yücetas and others


Experimental club project, Theater am Turm, Frankfurt/Main (2000 to 2003)

Under the artistic directorship of Heiner Blum and under the aegis of William Forsythe, students at HfG Offenbach developed an experimental club concept which very quickly acquired a firm following.
The venue and starting point for the project was Theater am Turm in Frankfurt/Main, an old streetcar depot and its surroundings. Schmalclub was not a theater, party, exhibition, event, or performance. It was a part of life.​

With the collaboration of

Verónica Aguilera, Nicole Algieri, Silke Bauer (Entwicklung und Stimmung), Michael Bennett, Heiner Blum (Künstlerischer Leiter), Jan Brand, Ilka Brosch, Mogli Cruse, Julia Diehl, Regine Eckel, Bernd Euler (Technischer Leiter), Benjamin Fehr, Corinna Gab, Hanna Habermann, Larissa Hartmann, Célestine Hennermann, Bernd Hollin, Stefanie Humbert, Tanja Jesek, Leonard Kahlcke, Thomas Keller, Susanne Kessler, Gregor Knüppel, Patrick Koch (Erster Vorsitzender), Tina Kohlmann, Ilka Kops, Gisela Kramm, Erickson Krüger, Bettina Lauck, Tania Lescano, Kerstin Loose, Sandra Mann, Denise Mawila, Domingo Molina Cortés, Peter Müller, Marc Nothelfer, Johanna Piltz, Heike Prehler, Betty Rothe (Entwicklung und Stimmung), Nina Ryba, Tanja Schuh, Martin Schwember, Valerie Sietzy, Sangram Singh Pabla, Steve Valk (Dramaturgie), Nina Werth​

  • Robert johnson daniel herrmann 09

    Robert Johnson

    Photos: Daniel Hermann

  • Robert johnson daniel herrmann 01

  • Robert johnson daniel herrmann 02

  • Robert johnson daniel herrmann 07

  • Robert johnson daniel herrmann 08

  • Robert johnson daniel herrmann 10

  • Robert johnson daniel herrmann 11

  • Robert johnson daniel herrmann 12

  • Robert johnson daniel herrmann 14

  • Robert johnson daniel herrmann 15

Robert Johnson

Photos: Daniel Hermann

Robert Johnson

Initiative for founding a club (2000)

In the year 2000 in Offenbach, on the city boundary with Frankfurt, on the initiative of Heiner Blum Ata Macias and Sebastian Kahrs founded the Robert Johnson, one of the most legendary clubs for functional electronic music worldwide.

The images show an installation by Daniel Herrmann, at the time a student at HfG Offenbach, who between 2000 and 2002 photographed the goings-on in the club and in various stages installed the images as wallpaper.



23 May 2015 until 28 February 2020
28 February 2020 Friday

09:00 PM
Suzanne ciani
1 February 2020 Saturday

10:00 PM, Robert Johnson
Rjt 74 tommy groenlund
11 January 2020 Saturday

10:00 PM, Robert Johnson
Italo disco
14 December 2019 Saturday

Robert Johnson Theory 72

10:00 PM, Robert Johnson
Oliver hafenbauer by press
16 November 2019 Saturday

10:00 PM, Robert Johnson
Simon reynolds 01 rjt web sw
26 October 2019 Saturday

Robert Johnson Theory 70

10:00 PM, Robert Johnson
Levon laying hi  credits to sophia drevenstam
8 June 2019 Saturday

Robert Johnson Theory 69

Robert Johnson
60235781 10161771180670582 4164425209601851392 o
13 April 2019 Saturday

Robert Johnson Theorie 66

10:00 PM, Robert Johnson
Rjt 66  anne imhof  billy bultheel   photos nadine fraczkowski
3 February 2018 Saturday

10:00 PM, Robert Johnson
26907595 10159922070860582 8678926824235820886 n
27 May 2017 Saturday

Robert Johnson Theorie 49

10:00 PM, Robert Johnson
Header colin self
11 July 2015 Saturday

Robert Johnson Theory 34

08:00 PM, Robert Johnson
Rjt 34 banner rr
20 June 2015 Saturday

Robert Johnson Theorie 33

10:00 PM, Robert Johnson
John carpenter 1981
19 June 2015 Friday


06:00 PM, Zollamt Gallery
Soundboxes konzert
18 June 2015 Thursday
Four up fuzztone
23 May 2015 Saturday

Robert Johnson Theorie 32

10:00 PM, Robert Johnson
11260330 10206626462677499 7275607941392451295 n
Rjt 28 kraut
5 years ago


In cooperation with Heiner Blum from HfG Offenbach ROBERT JOHNSON THEORIE ipresents a casual succession of prominent, expert guests – sound specialists, musicians, authors, DJs – with talks on club culture and the production and reception of electronic music. On 6 December,...

Rjt 27 grace jones nightclubbung
5 years ago


In cooperation with Heiner Blum from HfG Offenbach, ROBERT JOHNSON THEORIE presnts in casual succession prominent, expert guests – sound specialists, musicians, authors, DJs – with lectures on the topic of club culture, production and reception of electronic music. On 22...

Rjt 26 orion dance
5 years ago


In cooperation with Heiner Blum from HfG Offenbach ROBERT JOHNSON THEORIE presents a series of talks by prominent, experts – sound specialists, musicians, authors, DJs – on club culture, production and reception of electronic music. On 1 November, 2014 it's the turn of...

Untitled 1 01
5 years ago


In cooperation with Heiner Blum from HfG Offenbach ROBERT JOHNSON THEORIE presents a series of talks given by prominent, experts – sound specialists, musicians, authors, DJs. The topics: club culture, the production and reception of electronic music. On 4 October, 2014 Alex...