On June 27 I will premiere a new piece for Hohner Electronium, an early analog synthesizer in the shape of an accordeon, developed in 1952 and featured extensively in Karlheinz Stockhausen’s groundbreaking pieces of process- and ‘intuitive’ music during the second half of the 1960’s.
The performance will take place at Kunst-Werke Berlin, a place I know since it was founded in the early 1990s, when I lived down the street and saw some fantastic exhibitions there, among them Bruce Nauman’s Corridor with Light and Fischli und Weiss’ Die sichtbare Welt. Both pieces had a lasting impact on me and my work.
FEED @ KW Institute for Contemporary Art
U-Bahnhof Rosenthaler Platz