Robin Minard has begun work on a new radio composition about Mongolia commissioned by WDR3 Cologne and Deutschlandfunk Berlin with the added support of the Prix Giuseppe Englert (Paris).
The installation Rosace (2017), originally created for the solo exhibition Robin Minard – Works with Sound at the Kunstmuseum Magdeburg, was purchased by the „Friends of the Museum“. The installation will be permanently installed at a date yet to be determined. 
Photo: H.-W. Kunze, © Kunstmuseum Magdeburg

Ongoing Installations

Long Lost Bells / Verlorene Glocken (since 2019). Permanent installation for the sculpture park of the Kunstmuseum Magdeburg with 2 steel plates, 2-channel audio and a composition made from recordings of bells permanently damaged during air raids on Magdeburg in World War II. Daily on the hour from 11.00 to 22.00 o’clock. Photo: H.-W. Kunze, © Kunstmuseum Magdeburg
Silent Music (since 2002). Permanent installation with 3 columns, 150 piezo loudspeakers and 3-channel audio. Kulturpark Mariposa, Arona, Tenerife. Viewing on appointment. Photo: F. Schubert
Silent Music (since 2013). Permanent installation with glass panel, ca. 200 piezo loudspeakers and 4-channel audio. Ten Drum Cultural Park, Kaohsiung, Taiwan. Realized as part of the Ten Drum Artist-in-Residence Project 2013. Photo: R. Minard
Der Jerusalemsaal (since 2005). Permanent installation with 23-channel audio and 1-channel synchronized light for the Jerusalemsaal of the Burgmuseum Ziezar, Brandenburg. Realized in collaboration with the Fachhochschule Potsdam. Photo: © Burgmuseum Ziesar


Kayapó – The Crying Chieftain Raoni (2019). Radio composition 49’00. Commissioned by Deutschlandfunk Kultur Berlin for the programme Klangkunst and by Westdeutscher Rundfunk (WDR3) Cologne for the programme Open Sounds. Photo: R. Minard. (Scroll down for English version)