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Martin Lorenz and Silva Reichwein


17 November 2016 | sound performance

Pho­tos © Kathrin Scheidt

Mar­tin Lorenz and Sil­va Reich­wein “SINE GREY ”

sound per­for­mance

Thurs­day, Novem­ber 17, 2016 | 6 pm

Kun­stvere­in am Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz

Lin­ien­straße 40

10119 Berlin


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. 


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In coöper­a­tion with Kun­stvere­in am Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz


Pho­to © Kathrin Scheidt

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