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BERND KLUG: TRACES OF [DIS]LOCATION.
FRIDAY, AUG 14 2015 - WEDNESDAY, SEP 16 2015
Artists Bernd Klug, Johanna Tiedtke
Concept Bernd Klug, Christopher Zimmerman
Advisors Bob Bielecki, Ezekiel Healy, Justin Den Herder, James Kelly, Sarah Millsaps Towles
Bernd Klug is an Austrian born, Brooklyn based sound artist and double bassist. In sound installations and solo concerts, his music encounters our everyday circumstances as found forms and questions our perceptions of sound and social space. His solo double bass work focuses on the world inside and around the double bass: the bow, the body, and room frequencies lay the groundwork for a radical reduction of both the composer-performer's role and the traditional musical narrative. His installations make use of acoustic phenomena like feedback, room frequencies and electromagnetic waves and explore strings, wood, metal and other materials as audiovisual components.
For more information on Bernd Klug visit: http://klug.klingt.org/
Johanna Tiedtke lives and works in New York. She holds a diploma in Fine Arts from Hochschule für bildende Künste, Hamburg, and a MFA from Bard College, New York. Recent exhibitions include DOUBLE ACT, Overbeck- Gesellschaft Lübeck, Germany (2015); THIS RED DOOR, Kunsthalle Galapagos, New York (2014); PANEL DISCUSSION, Silvershed, New York (2014); HAMBURGER BAHNHOF, Kai Erdmann Gallery, Hamburg (2013); VISIONEN, Museum Martha, Herford, Germany (2013). Among other grants, she received a yearlong DAAD graduate fellowship. In 2015, Revolver will publish Johanna Tiedtke's first monograph entitled HANNA BUROW.
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