MORITZ FEHR

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Kunstverein Hildesheim, April 2015

Museum der Dinge: Made in Germany – Politik mit Dingen.
Der Deutsche Werkbund 1914
Video Installations
September 25. 2014 – Februar 2. 2015
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Kunstverein Braunschweig: Clemens von Wedemeyer:
Every Word You Say
Artistic collaboration with Clemens von Wedemeyer and Lukas Hoffmann
September 13. – November 16., 2014
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Pictures...

Kunstverein Wiesbaden: Hausbesetzung
"scratching-kratzen" by Martin Zawadzki, Ursula Scherrer, Moritz Fehr
September 13. – December 14., 2014

Irish Sound, Science and Technology Association:
(ISSTC) Audio Fabric: Socio-Sonic Textures in the Real World

Exhibiton / Conference
Film & Sound Installation
August 28 – 29 2014, Dublin, Ireland
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Dokumentarfestival DOKKA Karlsruhe 2014
"scratching-kratzen"
May 28. – June 1., 2014
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Inversion
Solo Exhibiton
February 8 – March 1, 2014
Opening: February 7th, 2014, 7 p.m.
Tieranatomisches Theater, Berlin

Voice: Johannes Reichert, Countertenor
Curated by Felix Sattler, Helmholtz-Zentrum für Kulturtechnik
In cooperation with the Animal Voice Archive (Tierstimmenarchiv) of the Natural
History Museum, Berlin.

Mojave (A Person was here): Film Screening
Talking Picture Blues - An exhibition from the Melton Prior Institute for Reportage Drawing and Printing Culture in Düsseldorf, organized by Clemens Krümmel
January 6th, 2014, 7 pm
Kunstsaele Berlin
Melton Prior Institute

Sound Composition for Great Salt Lake Landscan by The Center for Land Use Interpretation, Los Angeles
January 24 – May 4, 2014
Utah Museum of Fine Arts, Salt Lake City
CLUI

Surround Sound Composition for the film The Language of the Birds
Presented in Ambisonics Surround Sound, on view at the Borzoi Cabinet Theater since November 2013
The Museum of Jurassic Technology, Los Angeles

Scratching-Kratzen
Exhibition project by Martin Zawadzki
Sound Installation and Performance (in collaboration with Ursula Scherrer)
October 25. - November 23., 2013
After the Butcher Gallery, Berlin

Elektroakustische Musik Hören
Presentation of recent works
11. July, 6 p.m.
Elektronisches Studio TU Berlin

Humboldt Lab Dahlem: Probebühne 1
Two installations for
"Das Museum der Gefäße"
14. March - 12. May 2013
Ethnologisches Museum, Berlin-Dahlem

Sound Layer Composition:
Microbrigades - Variations of a story

A film by Florian Zeyfang, Alexander Schmoeger, Lisa Schmidt-Colinet
Premiere: Forum Expanded, Berlinale Film Festival 2013



PERMANENT INSTALLATIONS

Immersive Sound Installation (16 Channels) for the Jerusalem Panorama,
Altötting, Germany; Since September 2009.
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Effulgence of the North

Immersive Sound Installation (8 Channels) for the Velaslavasay Panorama,
Los Angeles, USA; Since July 2007.
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The Garden of Eden on Wheels

Sound Installation (5 Channels) for an exhibition at the Museum of Jurassic Technology, Los Angeles, USA; Since January 2005.
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ABOUT

Moritz Fehr (*1981) works in the field of sound art and experimental film. He has studied Media Art at Bauhaus-University Weimar, Germany and Tokyo National University of the Arts, Japan. Currently, he is finishing his Ph.D. in Fine Arts at Bauhaus University and Studio for Electroacoustic Composition (SeaM) at Franz-Liszt Academy, Weimar.

He received scholarships from the DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service) for Japan and USA, from the Bauhaus Research School Weimar and the State of Thuringia, Germany.

His 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), The Isabella Steward Gardner Museum (Boston, in collaboration with the Museum of Jurassic Technology), After the Butcher Gallery (Berlin), the Ethnological Museum (Berlin) and Kunstsaele (Berlin). His sound and radio work has been broadcasted on WDR3 and Deutschlandradio Kultur (Klangkunst). Two of his Sound Installations are permanently installed at the Velaslavasay Panorama (Los Angeles) and Jerusalem Panorama (Altötting, Germany).



SELECTED WORKS


INVERSION
Immersive Sound Installation with Animal Voices and a Counter Tenor, for 33 Audio Channels.
Tieranatomisches Theater Berlin, 2014

In cooperation with the Hermann von Helmholtz-Zentrum für Kulturtechnik and the Animal Voice Archive, Museum of Natural History, Berlin.




Mojave - A Person was here
Experimental Documentary, Stereoscopic 3D Film with Surround Sound, 2013

Film Stills (3D Stereo pairs):











Scratching - Kratzen
4-Channel Sound Installation with Transducer Speakers and Performance
In collaboration with Martin Zawadziki and Ursula Scherrer
After the Butcher Gallery, Berlin, 2013


(Photo credit: Martin Zawadzki)


Das Museum der Gefäße
Three Vases
(3-Channel Video Installation)
Museum der Gefäße at the Ethnological Museum of Berlin, 2013

Installation View and Video Stills:









Room Tones
3-Channel Sound Installation for three ancient Vases
Museum der Gefäße at the Ethnological Museum of Berlin, 2013

Installation View:

room tones



The Career of A Stone
2-Channel Sound
After the Butcher Gallery, Berlin, 2012

Production Still:



Strassenszene
Video-Sound-Installation, Atelierhof Kreuzberg, Berlin, 2010

Installation View:

(Photo Credit: Marcel Dickhage)



Vehicles, Tokyo
Photo Series, 2007
Labour of Love, Arko Art Center, Seoul, 2011

Installation View and Details No. 1-3:




 

FREELANCE

As a freelancer, Moritz works as a Cinematographer, as a Video Editor & Sound Designer and in exhibiton design, creating (surround) sound and video installations.

Selected clients and co-work a.o.:
Asisi GmbH, Albayrak Photography, Büro für Neues Ausstellen Berlin, Donlon Dance Company/Staatstheater Saarbrücken, Hygiene-Museum Dresden, Deutsche Film- und Fernsehakademie Berlin (dffb), Museum Der Dinge / Werkbundarchiv Berlin, Studio Simon Fujiwara/Sharjah Biennal, Studio Clemens von Wedemeyer, Studio Tue Greenfort, TheGreenEyl Berlin, Vera Lutter/Musée d'art contemporain Nimes, Westdeutscher Rundfunk Köln (WDR3) and others.


CONTACT

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

 

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