Los Angeles | 04. Februar 2017
Live at Lacma
German techno artist Stefan Goldmann responds to the current exhibition 'Renaissance and Reformation: German Art in the Age of Dürer and Cranach' with this newly created performance. Abstractly mirroring Renaissance art's novel and systematic approaches to spatial and anatomic representation, Goldmann will use live electronics to unfold different tuning systems and shifting rhythmic grids. Through multi-channel diffusion, digital room simulations will interact with the rich natural acoustics of the Resnick Pavilion.
Stefan Goldmann has released several albums and EPs with internationally leading labels and is the co-founder of Macro. He has received commissions from MaerzMusik Festival Berlin, NyMusikk Norway, and BASF Kulturprogramm and has conceived site-specific performances for Kyoto's Honen-in Temple, the St. Lorenz Church of Nuremberg and UNESCO world heritage site Zollverein in Essen, Germany. Festival appearances include Mutek Montreal, Osaka’s Star Festival, Unlock Buenos Aires, and Club To Club in Turin, and he regularly works with Berlin's Berghain club on various projects.