MORITZ FEHR

NEWS

Upcoming
Sound Art show at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Boston (early 2017)
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Aufs Maul geschaut
Sound Installation in cooperation with Studio TheGreenEyl
Special exhibition at Grimmwelt Kassel
16. June - 31. October 2016
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Ashen Light
Surround Sound Composition for a film by the Museum of Jurassic Technology, Los Angeles
On view at the Borzoi Cabinet Theater from spring 2016
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ABOUT

Moritz Fehr (*1981) works in sound art, experimental film and photography. He studied Media Arts at Bauhaus-University Weimar, Germany and Tokyo National University of the Arts, Japan, followed by a Ph.D. in Fine Arts at Bauhaus University and Studio for Electroacoustic Composition (SeaM) at Franz-Liszt Academy, Weimar. Moreover, he has received scholarships from the DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service), from the Bauhaus Research School Weimar and the State of Thuringia, Germany.

Fehr's work has been presented at exhibition venues such as the Arko Art Center (Seoul), The Museum of Jurassic Technology (Los Angeles), European Media Arts Festival (Osnabrück), Filmwinter (Stuttgart), The Museum of Asian Art (Berlin), ZAIM Annex (Yokohama), Youkobo Art Space (Tokyo), Hygiene-Museum (Dresden), The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum (Boston, in collaboration with the Museum of Jurassic Technology), After the Butcher Gallery (Berlin), the Ethnological Museum (Berlin), Kunstsaele (Berlin), KOW Berlin (in collaboration with Clemens von Wedemeyer), among others. His sound and radio work has been broadcasted on WDR3 and Deutschlandradio Kultur (Klangkunst). His latest solo exhibiton was presented at Kunstverein Hildesheim in 2015. In spring 2016 he finished a surround sound compositon as part of a new film produced by the Museum of Jurasssic Technology (Los Angeles) that will be on view throughout 2016. Recently, he has held workshops and lectures at The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Art, Bauhaus University Weimar and ETH Zürich.

Permanently installed work includes sound installations for the Velaslavasay Panorama (Los Angeles), for the Jerusalem Panorama (Altötting), the Museum of Jurassic Technology (Los Angeles) and a stereoscopic 3D video installation at the Desert Research Station of the Center for Land Use Interpretation in the Mojave Desert.




PERMANENT INSTALLATIONS

JERUSALEM PANORAMA
2009
Immersive Sound Installation (16 Channels) for the Jerusalem Panorama, Altötting, Germany
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EFFULGENCE OF THE NORTH
2007
Immersive Sound Installation (8 Channels) for the Velaslavasay Panorama, Los Angeles, USA
A sonic exploration of arctic sounds, ice and recordings of the Aurora borealis.
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THE GARDEN EDEN ON WHEELS

Sound Installation (5 sonic miniatures) for a diorama exhibition at the Museum of Jurassic Technology,
Los Angeles, USA; Since January 2005.
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SELECTED PROJECTS

COLOSSEUM
2015
Stereoscopic Video, Ambisonics Surround Sound



Video Stills



Installation View Kunstverein Hildesheim



Installation View Kunstsaele Berlin 2016, Courtesy Kunstsaele Berlin, Photographer: Frank Sperling
Curated by Clemens Krümmel

 


CAST BEHIND YOU THE BONES OF YOUR MOTHER
2015
KOW Berlin
Artistic collaboration with Clemens von Wedemeyer and Lukas Hoffmann

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CROSSINGS (RIVER MUR)
2015
Immersive surround sound installation
Exhibition "The River Mur: A cultural history" at Museum im Palais, Graz
28.08.2015-17.07.2016
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UNDERSOUND
2015
Exhibition catalogue on the occassion of Undersound at Kunstverein Hildesheim (premiering the 3D-film Colosseum) with contributions by Clemens Krümmel, Kathrin Meyer and Florian Sprenger
Layout and Design: Gunnar Green, TheGreenEyl Berlin
Limited Edition of 150 prints.
Published by argobooks Berlin, ISBN: 978-3-942700-63-4
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INVERSION
2014
Immersive Sound Installation
32 Animal Voices and a Counter Tenor
Tieranatomisches Theater Berlin, 2014
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Produced with kind support from the Hermann von Helmholtz-Zentrum für Kulturtechnik and the Animal Voice Archive, Museum of Natural History, Berlin. Curated by Felix Sattler





EVERY WORD YOU SAY
2014
Kunstverein Braunschweig
Artistic collaboration with Clemens von Wedemeyer and Lukas Hoffmann
September 13 – November 16

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SCRIPTURE SIGNS
2013
Photo Series



MOJAVE (A PERSON WAS HERE)
2013
Stereoscopic Documentary with Ambisonics Surround Sound, 23 min.

On permanent display since November 2014 at the Desert Research Station,
Center for Land Use Interpretation (More Information and driving directions)




Film Stills (3D Stereo pairs)



Installation View

 

THE GRE AT SALT LAKE LANDSCAN
2014

Soundscape composition for a video by the Center of Land Use Interpretation
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SCRATCHING-KRATZEN
2013
4-Channel Sound Installation with Transducer Speakers and Performance
In collaboration with Martin Zawadziki and Ursula Scherrer
After the Butcher Gallery, Berlin



Photo credit: Martin Zawadzki



THREE VASES

2013
3-Channel Video Installation
Museum der Gefäße at the Ethnological Museum of Berlin
(In collaboration with Büro für Neues Ausstellen, Berlin)
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Installation View and Video Still




ROOM TONE
2013

3-Channel Sound Installation for three ancient Vases
Museum der Gefäße at the Ethnological Museum of Berlin
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room tones




THE CAREER OF A STONE
2012
2-Channel Sound
Presented at After the Butcher Gallery, Berlin
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Production Still


STRASSENSZENE
2010
Stereoscopic Video-Sound-Installation, Atelierhof Kreuzberg, Berlin



(Photo Credit: Marcel Dickhage)



SOUND INSTALLATION FOR THE JERUSALEM PANORAMA ALTOETTING
2009
Permanent since 2009
For 16 Audio Channels
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Visitors on Panorama platform


Hidden speaker under the platform (Photo Credit: Peter Prautzsch)




VEHICLES, TOKYO
2007
Photo Series
Labour of Love, Arko Art Center, Seoul, 2011, Curated by Miya Yoshida





CONTACT
mail (at) moritzfehr.de
mobile: + 49 ( 0 ) 174 92.31.733

 

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