Opening Hours
May 18th-20th, 3 – 6pm

May 19th and 20th, at 6pm

Access to space will be regulated following current measurements, visitors are asked to wear a FFP2 Mask when visiting the show. For attending the performance the new 3G rule applies. Please bring a valid rest result or proof that you are already vaccinated or recovered.

Airbag/14Holes is a hybrid sound sculpture somewhere between a bagpipe, an organ, and a children’s toy. To create sound, it uses abandoned recorder flutes that, following forced musical exploration during adolescence, were never played again.

Through a collecting campaign, a nomadic group of recorders are conscripted into the Linz Recorder Flute Asylum. Airbag/14Holes will provide air to this group of flutes. A heavy, continuous interaction between the flutes produces the emergent sound, like a dysfunctional organ finally finding its voice after a long period of silence.

In his residency at bb15, Lukas De Clerck will use Airbag/14Holes as his instrument by manipulating the air flows, to be performed during the closing exhibition.

Airbag/14Holes - Lukas de Clerck

The project is part of the Oscillations: Exercises in Resilience project.
Co-funded by the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union.