Rotor is looking for audio-cassettes and you can help.
You remember those mix-tapes you used to receive from friends? Or the recorded radio-shows you heard over and over, the musical stories your parents played in the car to keep you sweet? Maybe you even had a fancy ‘auto-reverse’ walk-man and you taped your own songs?
With the dawn of the digital age, music has almost completely dematerialized. As a tribute to what has been, Rotor wants to collect a large quantity of cassettes and use them in a audio-project.
You can help us with that. For every 60 working cassettes (with sound on them, off course), we offer you a new look at things and a Mega-Vision screen. The screen is another high-tech product from the eighties. It’s a 55 by 70 cm large fresnel lens in an elegant steel frame, designed as a magnifier for small television sets. You could probably still use it for that, but it’s also just a very cool toy to play with.
You can drop of your cassettes in our office (Rue de Laeken 101, 1000 Brussels), but make sure we’re there by sending us an email.
For international donators, if you want us to send you the fresnel lens, please contact us before sending cassettes.
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