Classic black and white photographs by Berlin photographer Gerd Pilz, which are mainly created by analogue means (exposure, film, paper, chemicals, experiments), are musically interpreted by composed sounds, which are realised by sound artist Wolfram Spyra by likewise analogue sound generators (generators, tape, filters, metal instruments)! In addition to the photographic exhibits, a small collection of historical cameras, light meters, lenses, filters and phototechnical laboratory equipment from the GDR photo studio Gangelmayer in Calau will be presented in a kind of mixture of laboratory situation and museum presentation. Gallery visit on request: 0177 - 5 57 6 0 68 [more]

New Album


This CD contains the music of a room-filling, site specific sound installation with a compositional structure and external design which work together to suggest the original historical function of the building. The music is divided into three thematic sections, which refer to the borderline psychological experiences associated with the chapel’s past.
Sounds picked up from the immediate environment by a microphone, are relayed via a customized high voltage amplifier to insulated contact plates which form the seat and back of the Electroacoustic Chair. The input signal from the microphone is transformed into a high voltage potential which has the possibility to be experienced as an electric shock on making contact with the chair. The work gives physical presence to the dimension of sound and explores the persecutory effects of environmental noise. [more]
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