Johannes Goebel / Torsten Belschner / Bernhard Sturm
Musikschrank Rheingold in a living-room from the fifties: dark brown and shiny, with golden gleaming handles and edges, converted into an apparatus for selecting radio stations on the internet via keys and a radio dial. At first everything is as it always has been on the net: one person transmits, many people receive. The big radio stations occupy their places with throughput capacity. The innovation: everyone can transmit and send data to the net with a minimum of technical equipment. This new distribution could also change production and content. But you have to fish in the endless ramifications of the net to find what you are looking for; there is no linear dial like in radio.