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List of Works 1984 – 2020

Installationen

  • Climate Change (Blue) (2020), site-specific installation with blue-filtered light, multiple loudspeaker configurations and 22-channel audio. For the entrance stairway of the D-Museum Seoul, South Korea.
  • Long Lost Bells / Verlorene Glocken (2019), permanent site-specific outdoor installation with 2 steel plates and 2-channel audio. For the sculpture park of the Kunstmuseum Magdeburg, Germany.
  • Kayapó (2019), site-specific installation based on the radio composition Kayapó – The Crying Chieftain Raoni with 80 mid-range loudspeakers, 2 low-range loudspeakers, 4 megaphones and 46-channel audio. For the grass garden of the Akademie der Künste Berlin within the festival Kontakte.
  • Rosace Contained/Released (2019), 2 wall-mounted loudspeaker installations with 112 loudspeakers and 40-channel audio. For the opening of the new Bauhaus Museum Weimar.
  • Rosace (2017), site-specific installation with 42 wall-mounted loudspeakers and 16-channel audio. For the cloister courtyard of the Kunstmuseum Magdeburg.
  • On and Between (2017), site-specific installation with 60 independent mp3 players, 150 piezo loudspeakers and 64-channel audio. For the foyer of the Luxembourg Philharmonic within the Rainy Days Festival.
  • Audio Books | Extended (2014), 8-channel acousmatic composition and 7 posters of the Audio Book series. For the Tonspur Passageway in the MuseumsQuartier, Vienna.
  • River Dream (2014), video projection and 1-channel low-frequency audio. First presented at the Galerie Mazzoli, Berlin.
  • The German SoundMap & Outside In (Blue) (2010) site-specific installation in a stationary train wagon with blue-filtered daylight, ceiling panels with integrated loudspeaker arrays (developed by the Fraunhofer Institute Ilmenau) and 24-channel audio. Other parts of the work included soundwalks in 15 German cities and an interactive Internet site with an archive of soundwalk listening points. For the German-wide festival SOUNDING-D, Netzwerk Neue Musik Berlin.
  • Rosace I (2010) installation with 16 loudspeakers and 8-channel audio. For Instants Chaviré, Montreuil (Paris).
  • Spiegelung (blau) (2009) site specific installation with blue-filtered daylight, computer-controlled sound and 12-channel audio. For the mirror room of the Museum Biedermann within the Donaueschingen Musik Tage.
  • Au coin de l’oreille (2009). Interactive audio/video installation created with students of the “Lycée d’horticulture et du paysage”. For Instants Chaviré, Montreuil (Paris).
  • Nature Morte (2008) Audio/Video installation with Susan Minard (video). First presented within the solo exhibition Sounds on Paper at OBORO Montréal and Gallery 345 Toronto.
  • Outside In (2006) site-specific installation with 16 blue arcylglas plates and 16-channel audio. For the garden of the Tamayo Museum, Mexico City.
  • Der Jerusalemsaal (2005) permanent site-specific installation with 23-channel audio and 1-channel synchronized  light for the Jerusalemsaal of the Burgmuseum Ziezar. In collaboration with the Fachhochschule Potsdam.
  • chambre 108 (bleu) (2004) site-specific installation with blue-filtered daylight, white accessories and 2-channel audio. For room 108 of the Novotel Hotel in Lille, France within the festival Audioframes.
  • Son<->Silence (2003) permanent installation with acrylglas panels, 300 piezo loudspeaker elements and 4-channel audio. For the Bibliothéque de Faubourg de Béthune, Lille
  • Silence (Blue) Chemnitz (2002) site-specific installation with 341 piezo loudspeaker elements, blue-filtered daylight, transparent paper and 6-channel audio. For the Galerie Voxxx, Chemnitz.
  • SoundBits (2002) site specific installation with 576 1-Bit audio channels and 576 piezo loudspeaker elements. For the Stadtbad Oderberger Straße, Berlin within the Inventionen Festival. Realised at IRCAM  (Paris) with the technical collaboration of Norbert Schnell.
  • Silence (Blue) Pittsburgh (2000) site-specific installation with 150 piezo loudspeaker elements, blue arcylglas mounted in window frames, white carpet and 4-channel audio. For the Mattress Factory of Contemporary Art, Pittsburgh USA.
  • Nachklang (1999) site-specific sound installation for three bell towers in the city of Weimar with 3-channel audio and a series of 9 compositions made from recordings of the Buchenwald Memorial Bell. The installation sounded three times daily for a period of four months. For Weimar Kulturstadt Europas 1999 within the exhibition Licht auf Weimar.
  • Intermezzo (1999) site-specific outdoor installation with large acrylglas sheets, integrated loudspeakers and 8-channel audio. For the Bundesgartenschau Magdeburg.
  • Horizont (1996) installation with „loudspeaker ribbon“ and 1-channel audio. For a solo exhibition at the DAAD Galerie Berlin.
  • Neptun (1996) site-specific installation with „loudspeaker ribbon“ and 8-channel audio. For the exhibition Zwischen Himmel und Erde at the Steiermärkisches Landesmuseum Joanneum, Graz.
  • Still / Life (1996) site-specific installation with several hundred piezo loudspeakers and 8-channel audio. For the Het Apollohuis, Einhoven.
  • Art Drains (1996) site-specific installation with a blue acrylglas drain cover and  1-channel audio. For a group exhibition at the Galerie Rähnitzgasse, Dresden.
  • Klangstille (1995) interactive installation with 550 piezo loudspeakers, light sensors and 8-channel audio. For the reading room of the main building of the Berlin Technical University.
  • Weather Station (1995) interactive Installation with 310 piezo loudspeakers, weather sensors and 4-channel audio. For the group exhibition Magiorama, Gronigen.
  • Silent Music (1994) installation with 150 Piezo loudspeakers and 4-channel audio. First presented at the Alte Schmiede, Vienna.
  • Brunnen (1994) sculptural sound space with blue acrylglas resonators and 3-channel audio. First presented in the courtyard entrance to the Mozarteum, Salzburg.
  • Klangweg (1994) interactive installation with loudspeakers encased in vertical hothouse constructions, light sensor triggers, MIDI-sampler and and 5-channel audio. For the Landesgartenschau, Paderborn.
  • Stationen (1992) site-specific installation with lo-, mid- and high range speakers, microphones, computer-controlled sounds and 16-channel audio. For the bell tower room and spiral staircase of the Parochialkirche Berlin.
  • Soundcatchers (1991) site-specific installation with acrylglas acoustic-reflectors, microphones, mid- and high-range loudspeakers, computer-controlled sounds and 8-channel audio. For the courtyard of the Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin.
  • Soundwalls (1988) 3 large vertical resonators,12 integrated transducers and 6-channel audio. For the foyer of the Kongresshalle Berlin (now Haus der Kulturen der Welt) within Berlin Kulturstadt Europas 1988.
  • Music for Passageways (1985) 32 tuned pipes with integrated loudspeakers and 4-channel audio. For the Galerie Tangente Montréal.
  • Music for Environmental Sound Diffusion (1984) installation with 12 ceiling mounted loudspeakers, floor-level resonators and 1-channel audio. For the Galerie Tangente Montréal.

Kompositionen / Radiokunst

  • Ein Anderes Buch der Räume / Another Book of Spaces (2020). Acousmatic composition. 8-channel audio / 16’30
  • Kayapó – The Crying Chieftain Raoni (2019). Radio composition. Stereo / 49’00. Commissioned by Deutschlandfunk Kultur Berlin for the program Klangkunst and the West Deutsche Rundfunk (WDR3) for the program Open Sounds.
  • The Prix Soundwalk (2015). GPS-based site-specific composition for smartphones created for the abandoned Phrix paper factory, Frankfurt within the festival „Klangkunst trifft Industriekultur”.
  • Geschichtsbaum (2015). GPS-based site-specific composition for smartphones created for the WDR Wittener Tage, Witten.
  • The Rende Soundwalk (2015). Site-specific soundwalk created for the abandoned „Ten Drum Rende“ sugar factory, Tainan, Taiwan.
  • Qikiqtaaluk for Wilson (2014). Acousmatic composition. Stereo or 8-channel audio. Commissioned for the Goethe-Medal award ceremony for Robert Wilson, Stadtschloss Weimar  / 6’53”
  • The Qikiqtaaluk Deep Map (2014). Radio composition. 5.1 surround & stereo / 49’00. Commissioned by Deutschlandfunk Kultur Berlin for the program Klangkunst and the West Deutsche Rundfunk (WDR3) for the program Open Sounds.
  • Memorials (2011). Site-specific 3-channel acousmatic composition created for the carillon tower, Berlin Tiergarten.
  • Listening to Australia (2008). Radio composition. Stereo / 40’00. Commissioned by Deutschlandfunk Kultur Berlin for the program Klangkunst and the West Deutsche Rundfunk (WDR3) for the program Open Sounds.
  • Diary for S. (2008). Acousmatic composition. Stereo / 12’00
  • Full Circle (2007). Composition for voice, live-electronic and 4-channel audio. For a performance with Gerhard Ruhm within the Poesie Festival, Berlin.
  • The Book of Spaces (1998/2004/2012) acousmatic concert-installation incorporating sections from the compositions „4 Räume“ (1998) and „Sutra“ (2002) along with new elements and bridges. Original 8-channel audio / mixed and revised to 12-channel audio in 2012 / 38’00
  • Sutra (2002) acousmatic composition / concert-installation. 12-channel audio. 8-channel audio / 15’49
  • 4 Räume (1998) concert/installation, 8-channel audio / 14’55
  • Resonanz (1993) composition for piano, percussion and stereo audio / 10’00
  • (1991) composition for clarinet and stereo audio / 11’00
  • “qu’il m’en souvienne…” (1987) acousmatic composition for 4-channel audio or stereo version / 12’00
  • Music for Quiet Spaces (1984) composition for vibraphone and 12-second delay (originally tape delay). Stereo / 15’46

Objects

  • à lire en silence (2006) artist edition of 3 presentation boxes each containing a small notebook with original handwritten texts, integrated piezo loudspeaker elements and an audio CD. Originally shown at the Total Museum, Seoul, South Korea.
  • à voir en silence (2006) artist edition of 3 presentation boxes each containing handmade paper with integrated piezo loudspeaker elements and an audio CD. Originally shown at the Total Museum, Seoul, South Korea.
  • Audio Books (2005) a series of 7 books with handwritten texts and integrated piezo loudspeaker elements. Originally shown in the Bibliothèque Robert Desnos in collaboration with Instants Chavirés, Montreuil (Paris).
  • Stillleben (1996) 3 small greenhouses, piezo loudspeakers, 3-channel audio.