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Installations

Climate Change (Blue)

A site specific installation for the entrance stairway of the D-Museum in Seoul, South Korea with blue plastic film, construction elements and various loudspeakers constellations. The installation combines elements of Silent Music, Silence Blue and Rosace. Presentations 2020: D-Museum, Seoul, South Korea (site specific)

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Kayapó

An installation based on the radio composition Kayapó – The Crying Chieftain Raoni with 80 mid-range waterproof loudspeakers on adapted microphone stands, 4 megaphones, 2 hidden full-range waterproof loudspeaker boxes, 46-channel audio. Presentations 2019: Festival Kontakte, Akademie der Künste, Berlin

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Long Lost Bells / Verlorene Glocken

Site specific installation for the sculpture park of the Kunstmuseum Magdeburg. 2 large steel plates with integrated loudspeakers, 2 channel audio and a composition made from recordings of bells permanently damaged in the air raids on Magdeburg during the Second World War. Sounding daily on each hour from 11AM to 10PM Presentations since 2019: Sculpture […]

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On and Between

Site specific installation for the foyer of the Luxembourg Philharmonic with 64 mp3-player, 200 piezo loudspeakers and 68 channel audio. Presentations 2020: Foyer of the Luxembourg Philharmonic within the Rainy Days Festival

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Rosace

Site specific installation for the cloister courtyard of the Kunstmuseum Magdeburg with 42 wall-mounted loudspeakers and 16-channel audio. Purchased by the museum in 2020. Presentations 2017: Kunstmuseum Magdeburg, within “Works with Sound 1984-2019” (permanent from 2021)

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Rosace Contained / Released

2 separate wall-mounted loudspeaker installations with a total of 112 loudspeakers and 40-channel audio. Commissioned for the opening of the new Bauhaus Museum, Weimar. Presentations 2019: Bauhaus Museum, Weimar. Exhibition 05.04. to 06.09. 2019

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SoundBits01

576 piezo loudspeakers, 576 one-bit audio channels, custom hardware developed at IRCAM, Paris. Realised at IRCAM with the collaboration of Norbert Schnell (technical concept and jMax programming), Emmanuel Fléty (hardware development) and Rémy Müller (programming and installation assistant). Presentations 2003: Festival Archipel, Geneva 2002: Festival Inventionen, Stadtbad Oderbergerstrasse, Berlin

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Still/Life

installed column, lamp, countless piezo loudspeakers and 8 to 16 channel audio Presentations 2000: The Mattress Factory, Pittsburgh, USA 1999: Stadtgalerie Saarbrücken, Saarbrücken, Germany 1998: Musée d’Art Contemporain de Lyon, Lyon, France 1998: Canadian Cultural Centre, Paris, France 1996: sonambiente, daadgalerie, Berlin, Germany 1996: Het Apollohuis, Eindhoven, Netherlands

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Silent Music

Installation consisting of several hundred wall-mounted piezo loudspeakers and 4-channel audio. The work has been adapted to countless public and museum spaces throughout the world. Presentations 2017: Kunstmuseum Kloster Unser Lieben Frauen, Magdeburg, Germany 2017: Calit2 Gallery, Califormia Institute for Telecommunications and Information Technology, UCSD, San Diego, USA 2015: Instalakcje 4, Centre for Contemporary Art, […]

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Silent Music (Mariposa)

3 vertical columns, 150 piezo loudspeakers, 3-channel audio Presentations since 2002: Kulturpark Mariposa, Tenerife, Spain (permanent)

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