So much fabulous radiophonic news from the German speaking part of the world: last summer Anosmia was part of Savvy Funk at Documenta 14 in Kassel and Berlin. Next month, from May 4th 2018 till June 16th 2018 Anosmia will be featured in Interspaces an exhibition in Kunstlerhaus Kärnten in Klagenfurt in Austria.
And, last but not least, Anosmia will be on display for Radiophonic Spaces: the very first large scale overview exhibition about 100 year Radio Art to be held in Museum Tinguely in Basel, in Bauhaus in Weimar and Haus der Kulturen Welt in Berlin from October 2018 till September 2019. Anosmia will be featured alongside 200 treasures by a.o. Antonin Artaud, Orson Welles, Samuel Beckett, John Cage, Friederike Mayröcker to Michaela Mélian, Brandon LaBelle, Alessandro Bossetti, Ahmet Ögüt or Natascha Sadr Haghighian.
I love giving lectures, teaching masterclasses and tailoring workshops related to vocal art and radio art: for individuals as well as groups! I have had the tremendous honour to have been taught in formal and informal ways from an innumerous amount of inspiring and generous masters (see bio); and I am excited to pass on all I have learned and discovered along the way. So from 2018 onwards I’ll be teaching on a more regular basis.
– If you are interested send me a message via the contact page for more info. And click here to see where else I may be teaching in the near future.
Extremely excited about 2018 as I will start a close collaboration with But What About (BWA): a young and promising Dutch ensemble for new music from The Hague. I will join BWA for their project Disrupted Transmissions – focussing on ideas of language and communication. Fitting in my piece Tele Drumming (2016) as well new work tailored for BWA. Alongside existing pieces such as Aphasia by Mark Applebaum, Coming Together by Frederic Rzewski, Gesprek by Martijn Padding & Louis Andriessen, Cheating Lying Stealing by David Lang. Tour dates in NL tba.
I will also feature as a guest vocalist for BWA’s upcoming project Confrontations In Dialogue (USA/NL tour 2018-2019) including works by Patrick David Clark, Jan-Peter de Graaff, John Cage, Louis Andriessen and Sunbin Kim