This site contains some of the works I developed during my studies at the University of the Arts in Bremen.


 The perception of Sound is only possible through it‘s time‑bound character. From this, philosophers such as Herzogenrath, Deleuze and Nietzsche draw their idea of a sonic ontology, a conceiving of reality focused on time-bound qualities, on change and transformation, on a Becoming rather than a Being.
Debris is a monumental multi-channel sound sculpture that reflects ‒ aurally and sculpturally ‒ this very idea of a transformational substantiality.
What else could be better suited for representation than the perpetually revolving sonic matter of the ubiquitous streams of music?

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Februar 2020

Radiophonic Places

 A sound sculpture consisting of audio livestreams from several locations in a city. Transmitted through a network of wired and wireless infrastructures, protocols and apparatuses, and mixed algorithmically, the city sounds eventually reach your ears.
Originally, the gathered sounds were transmitted as collected in real-time and broadcasted via FM Radio (92,5 FM) and

Mai 2019

Acoustic Community

 A system of fifty sound modules strives for a balanced state of harmony (in sound and light (color)). Background-noise and mismatching sound waves result in a chaotic cacophony.
Will the Acoustic Community succeed to equalize via its hardcoded syntax, or will it tangle up in its own wild grammar?

 Ein System aus fünfzig Klangmodulen strebt nach einem Zustand der inneren Balance in Klang und Licht. Umgebungsgeräusche und solche, die der Harmonie widersprüchlich sind, greifen von außen in das System ein und resultieren in einer chaotischen Kakophonie.
Wird sich die Gemeinschaft der Maschinen durch ihre festgeschriebene Sprache einigen können, oder verheddert sie sich in ihrer eigenen "wild grammar"?

November 2018

Othering Machines

Hearsay / Othering machines
 Experimental simulations of social communication dynamics...

 Experimenteller Versuchsaufbau zur Simulation von sozialen Kommunikationsmodellen
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Oktober 2017


 Die Erdscheibe ist eine Lichtinstallation, bei der ein Overheadprojektor eine mit Kristallen bedeckte Glasplatte durchleuchtet. Während die Scheibe ununterbrochen rotiert werden die kristallinen Muster an die Wand projeziert, wodurch malerische Landschaften entstehen. Die Installation wurde ausgestellt auf dem Fiber-Festival 2017 in Amsterdam.

Flat Earth is an installation that uses an overhead projector to cast light through a crystal-covered glass plate. While the glass plate rotates constantly, the crystalline patterns will be projected onto a wall, where they create scenic landscapes. The installation was exhibited at the Fiber Festival 2017 in Amsterdam.

Märch 2017