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Invitation: SINE GREY | Martin Lorenz & Silva Reichwein | 17. November 2016


Dear Friends of Sound Studies,


we kindly invite you to the second event of die Reihe. Beiträge zu auditiver Kunst und Kultur this semester. We present Martin Lorenz & Silva Reichwein with their sound performance SINE GREY.

SINE GREY is a collaboration between Martin Lorenz (composer / drummer) and Silva Reichwein (painter).

The music and the pictures are based on comparable theoretical-conceptual approaches. They are created independently of each other and do not stand in a reciprocal interpretative relationship. There are cognate compositional procedures and decisions that are made in a similar way as far as the complexity of the respective work processes is concerned.

SINE GREY is an audio-visual installation placing works in a dialogue with each other that are comparative in their analogous spatial arrangement and different in regard to the media employed, thus establishing a temporary, visual and acoustic encounter on different levels. SINE GREY is an experiment in which the works „Rotation“ (ML), „Oscillations“ (ML), „Telegon 30,31,32“ (SR) und „Stills (stop–play)“ (SR) raise questions pertaining to the way in which musical and pictorial concepts become visible and can relate to each other, and the moments when shifts in readability become noticeable and then increase to autonomous features or begin to level out.

In cooperation with the Kunstverein am Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz


Thursday, November 17, 2016
Martin Lorenz & Silva Reichwein: SINE GREY

sound performance
6 pm | free entrance
Kunstverein am Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz | Linienstraße 40, 10119 Berlin
Free admission



die Reihe. Contributions to auditory art and culture is an event series of the Audio Communication Group at Technical University Berlin and the Master’s program Sound Studies and Sonic Arts at the Berlin Career College at Berlin University oft he Arts.


Further events of "die Reihe" in during this academic semester:

13 January 2017 | Michael Harenberg, Frank Fiedler, and Ernesto Molinari | Konzert



We look forward to welcoming you!

All the best,

Prof. Volker Straebel

Head of Department

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UdK Berlin Career College
Masterstudiengang Sound Studies and Sonic Arts
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