1. Drepsen - Sound Installation

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    from Patrick Muller / Added

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    "Drepsen" is a composition I did in 2008 for the collective sound art exhibition "Klangspeicher", at the Großer Wasserspeicher (Singuhr-Hoergalerie) in Berlin. The Großer Wasserspeicher in Prenzlauer Berg, Berlin, was built in the 19th century and served as a water reservoir for many years. Nowadays it is dry and filled with air. The naked stone walls, built in 5 circles around the center tower, provide great sound reflection surfaces. The Großer Wasserspeicher therefore has an immense reverberation time of about 14 seconds. During the sound exhibition "Klangspeicher", one loudspeaker per circle plus one subwoofer were stimulating the air inside the reservoir. "Drepsen" is custom-tailored to the acoustic properties and resonance frequencies of this extraordinary space. The recording, which you can hear in this movie, only gives a very subjective impression of what the sound was like inside the reservoir. Of course, the sound inside the Großer Wasserspeicher is by far more overwhelming, inspiring, fantastic. The most amazing effect is the change of musical harmonies, sound colour, and rhythm according to the listener's position within the circles of the reservoir. The exhibition was hosted by Singuhr-Hoergalerie and curated by Sam Auinger. Technical assistance by Dany Scheffler and Hannes Strobl; Singuhr-Hoergalerie assistance by Christian Roth. Participating artists: Patrick Muller, Damian Rebgetz, Jan Cziharz, Tomek Wochnik, Daniela Imhoff, Christian Schulz, Emad Parandian, Robert Schwarz, Annie Goh, Pure, Thomas Koch, Alexander Sieber, Anke Eckardt, Gilles Aubry, Ulrike Sowodniok, Max Schneider, Till Spielhoff, Bastian Holzheimer, Johannes Steininger. Many thanks to the University of Arts Berlin - Sound Studies.

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    • HOWLROUND WALKTHROUGH

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      Sort of jerky walk through of my new exhibition at SPACE Gallery at Sand Point in Seattle. Using the multitrack recordings from Jherek Bischoff's unreleased new record, I made 'dub' remixes for 26 channels of kinetic and static speaker sculptures, carefully synchronized.

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      • Robb Kunz Presents 'Jherek Bischoff Lost in the Hall of Spinning Howlrounds'

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        SPACE and the Magnuson Park Gallery welcome sound artist Robb Kunz's latest exhibit, created with a synchronized array of dozens of sculptures and contraptions to reimagine the raw instrumental elements of Jherek Bischoff's new unreleased orchestral ambient album. Opening Thursday, February 12, 6-8 PM Closing Saturday, March 7 Due to the technical nature of the exhibit, the artist will be on site for regular gallery hours, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays, 10AM - 6PM Magnuson Park Gallery, 7448 NE 63rd Street

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        • Simple Pleasures 02: Leaving Records for The New Utopia

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          Leaving Records invited local musicians Dntel, Flying Lotus, Ras G, Professor Cantaloupe, Lucky Dragons and Matthewdavid to participate in a Utopian sound exhibition. Amidst projections and surrounded by endless looping cassette stations, the entire happening was recorded and will be re-broadcast at The New Utopia art show, opening June 27th. Curated by Jesselisa Moretti and Matthewdavid. Animations by Jeremy Landman. www.studionumberone.com/simpleasures www.subliminalprojects.com www.leavingrecords.com

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          • Steim Summerparty 2013

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