Sound

SOUND SPECTRUM // An Interview with Ari Benjamin Meyers

Ari Benjamin Meyers - der Komponist, Dirigent und Performancekünstler probt derzeit in seinem Kreuzberger Atelier

Interview by Arielle Bier – in Berlin; Monday, Jul. 27, 2015.

Having trained as a classical musician, composer and conductor, Ari Benjamin Meyers brings a wealth of experience and knowledge in musical formats to his practice as a conceptual artist working with sound, perception and social relations. In his work, the elemental structures of musical creation…[read on…]

SOUND SPECTRUM // An Interview with Video Jam

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Interview by Celia Wickham – in Berlin; Friday, Jul. 24, 2015.

Founded only a few years ago in 2012, Video Jam has quickly distinguished itself as one of the most innovative arts events in the North West of England. Taking place predominantly in arts and cultural institutions around Manchester…[read on…]

SOUND SPECTRUM // Deeper Into The Soft Moon

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Article by Melissa Pink – in Berlin; Thursday, Jul. 23, 2015.

Berlin Art Link recently caught up with the gothic, synth-pop, post-punk band The Soft Moon and discussed their new album, Deeper, over beers in frontman and creator Luis Vasquez‘s current base in Berlin. We also talked about getting over fears, the healing properties in music and the power of creativity…[read on…]

OPEN CALL // Capture and Remix the World with The Soundhunters Project

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Blog post by Nora Kovacs – in Berlin; Wednesday, Jul. 15, 2015.

Learn to speak the universal language of sound with Arte.tv‘s latest project, The Soundhunter Project. The project has been described as a “collective international musical experience” in which participants observe, record, compose and communicate music and sounds from their everyday lives…[read on…]

SOUND SPECTRUM // Tino Sehgal: Between Sound and Movement

Tino Sehgal and performers in front of the Martin-Gropius-Bau Berlin, June 2015; © Mathias Völzke

Article by Rebecca Partridge – in Berlin; Wednesday, Jul. 15, 2015.

Entering the Martin-Gropius-Bau on a sweltering July morning, two lone hunched figures sit in the middle of the vast atrium. At first imperceptible from the normal rumblings of a large building, a voice emerges, meandering between song, a deep guttural beat box-like rhythmicality and quiet stutterings…[read on…]

SOUND SPECTRUM // An Interview with the ASMRtist: Claire Tolan

Claire Tolan - Portrait by Anastasia Filipovna, Berlin Community Radio

Interview by Alison Hugill – in Berlin; Tuesday, Jul. 14, 2015.

Claire Tolan is off to London for the rest of the summer to do a sound art residency at The White Building, where she plans to build a web platform for ASMR enthusiasts. Auto-Sensory Meridian Response (ASMR) is described as a ‘distinct, pleasurable tingling sensation in the head, scalp, back, or peripheral regions of the body’ as a response to external stimuli…[read on…]

BLACK CRACKER

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Article by Arielle Bier, Studio Visit photos by Ériver Hijano in Berlin // Jul. 13, 2015
Black Cracker aka Ellison Renee Glenn is a man of many talents. With a pluralistic vision, he’s breaking down barriers in the music industry, expanding the breadth of his creative output and barreling forward into the…[read on]


SOUND SPECTRUM // An Interview with Lundahl & Seitl

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Interview by Alison Hugill – in Berlin; Thursday, Jul. 09, 2015.

In July everyone in Scandinavia seems to go on mandatory vacation. Even in the art world, where the lines between work and non-work are constantly being blurred, it’s important to follow suit. As a result, Berlin Art Link spoke to Lundahl & Seitl[read on…]