Artwork

Declassified Records

4-channel audio installation (2018)

Sounds.About Gallery, 7. - 10. März 2019, Berlin

EAVESDROP Festival, 22. - 23. November 2018 Musikbrauerei, Berlin 

Declassified Records (8:50 min)

Virtual digital assistants (VDAs) are automated software applications available as part of various operating systems, which recognise natural speech, and use this ability to help answer user’s queries and to aid in organizational tasks, such as scheduling meetings or setting reminders. They vocally perform some form of artificial intelligence (AI) and their capabilities and usage has rapidly expanded in the last couple of years.

This 4-channel sound installation aims to explore our relationship with the constantly advancing technology by letting us witness the autonomic interaction between Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant, Apple’s Siri and Microsoft’s Cortana, defining themselves as independent actors by displaying their virtual personalities, possibilites of vocal performance and levels of digital conciousness.

Locus Iste

8-channel audio installation (2016)

Festival des Hörens - 3. + 4. Dezember 2016 Laeiszhalle, Hamburg

"Theresa Stroetges, Jana Sotzko und Helen Heß (DE) präsentieren im Choreckzimmer das Werk „LOCUS ISTE“, eine 8-kanalige Klanginstallation. Die Musikerinnen und Sound Studies-Absolventinnen der Universität der Künste Berlin verwandeln Anton Bruckners Chorwerk LOCUS ISTE („Dieser Raum») von 1869 in einen immersiven Erlebnisraum, der die Struktur des Werkes sinnlich erfahrbar macht. Anders als bei statischen Hörsituationen, z.B. durch fix installierte Stereolautsprecher oder bei einem auf eine Bühne ausgerichteten Livekonzert, können die Besucher sich hier selbstständig durch die Komposition bewegen."

Dark Matters - Beyond us

Project in Progress! (2016)

Research, live electronics and sound installation for theatre

Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung Berlin

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M ☐ F ☐ X ☐ - The Voice in my Pocket

Sound installation (2016)

"The Measure of All Things Exhibition: Rethinking Humanism through Art"

2016-10-13 - 12-10, UB Department of Art, New York    

M F X - The voice in my pocket  (7:30 min)

Our smartphones have grown to be an important part of our everyday life. They do not only serve us as at tool of communication by helping us to get in contact with other people and keep track of our lives, they even talk to us.  But what happens when our phones start communicating with each other, defining themselves as independent actors and got released into the public realm?

This piece is exploring our relationship with the constantly advancing technology by witnessing the autonomic interaction of two databased characters, reflecting on Judith Butlers theory of "the performativity of gender", the infinity of the internet and the notion of existance.

BIM

Performance-Podcast - composition (2015)

Palais des Beaux Arts Wien                                                                                                            

Ode to Faraday

Site-specific sound installation with 4 music boxes (2014)

"Klang - Farbe - Ludwig"

Kammerakademie Potsdam                                                                                                          

Das große Buh – Protesten auf der Spur – ein Sound-Walk

Auftragswerk der Deutschen Oper Berlin (2014)

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I'm a Cyborg and maybe it's ok.

Live electronics and Sound Design for Theater (2014)

Schaubude Berlin                                                                                                                           

Typecycle

Sound Design - Generative composition for bicycles (2014)

Acht-Brücken-Festival Köln                                                                                                             

Abwesen

Composition for photography - Photography: Karoline Schneider (2014)

Kommunale Galerie Berlin,

Kulturamt Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf                                                                              

We must ACT!

This film is part of THE SUSTAINABLE EXHIBITION (2008)

Curated by soderberg.tv (Johan Söderberg)