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it selects simple terms describing human existence, phrasing different
possibilities of 'Sorge' (care, concern, sorrow) under capitalism.
Christoph Korn studied political science and philosophy in Frankfurt/Main. In
the Eighties he did political work. In the early Nineties he started working on
artistic projects, including composition, radioplays, installations, text and
web-based works, dealing with language and time. 'Sorge und Kapitalismus' was
commissioned by the German public broadcaster Hessischer Rundfunk.

Richard Chartier / Taylor Deupree (us) - Specification.Fifteen
Sound piece, 2006
Honourable mention transmediale Award 2007
Sound artists Richard Chartier and Taylor Deupree created
'Specification.Fifteen' as a commission for the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture
Garden, Washington DC on the occasion of a retrospective exhibition of renowned
Japanese photographer Hiroshi Sugimoto. His series of Seascapes inspired
Chartier's and Deupree's live piece which premiered in March 2006 in front of
the panoramic window of the Museum's Lerner Room as the sun set across the
city's skyline. 'Specification.Fifteen' evokes the stillness and opposing yet
related spaces of Sugimoto's Seascapes which suggest infinitesimal change under
a seemingly uniform surface.
Richard Chartier (born 1971), sound and installation artist, explores in his
work the interrelationships between the spatial nature of sound, silence,
focus, and the act of listening. In 2000 he formed together with Taylor Deupree
the recording label LINE, presenting compositions and installations by
international sound artists and composers.
Taylor Deupree (born 1971) is a sound artist, graphic designer, and photographer
residing in New York. Founder of the music labels 12k, LINE and Happy, he
devotes his work to the aesthetics of the contemporary and the development of
the digital minimalism, often in collaboration with other artists.

8. Opening Hours, Admission

Exhibition unfinish!
January 31 - February 4, 2007
Open (only during the festival!): Daily 10.00-21.00 hrs
Admission: 3 Euro (reduced 2 Euro)

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