03.10.2020 – Abgesagt sound art /w Ketonge Lichtparcours Braunschweig (Link)
Maria Wildeis und Ketonge (Manfred Rücker) entwickeln für „Die Wärterin“ eine Klangcollage, die im ehem. Toilettenhäuschen und je nach Wetterlage auch am Baldachin zu hören ist. In einem anschließenden Konzert werden Found Footage der Umgebung ebenso einfließen wie Gesang, Instrumentalmusik und Klangeffekte. Die Instrumente wurden durch die Künstler teilweise selbst produziert. Ketonge ist ein deutscher Komponist, Bildhauer und Medienkünstler. Maria Wildeis ist Kuratorin, DJ, Klangkünstlerin und Gründerin zeitgenössischer Off-Räume.
2020 – ongoing Since Summer 2020 I am master student (M.Mus.) in the field “Klang und Realität” (Sound and Reality) with a focus on “Transmediale Formen” (AV Performance, New Music, et al) at the Institute for Music and Media at the Robert Schumann University of Music Düsseldorf, with Prof. Heike Sperling and Prof. Andreas Grimm.
< die digitale dusseldorf >, the festival for digital art, music and contemporary criticism is a innovative cultural event with unique format and content in dusseldorf. we focus on the productive relationships between creativity and digital technology in subculture clubs and established cultural spaces.
Artists: DIGI-GXL / Eva House, Edie Jo Murray u.a. – DISONAVTION / Nicolas Maigret and Maria Roszkowska – Manja Ebert – Lars Eidinger – Karen Eliot – Heidi Hörsturz – Karl Heinz Jeron – Keiichi Matsuda – Jolene Mok – Duncan Poulton – Kelsey Brod – Yvonne Klasen – Valia Fertisov – Łukasz Horbów – Marta Revuelta – Julia Weißenberg – Cristiana Cott Negoescu – Florian Kuhlmann – Systaime – Sebastian Thewes – Liat Berdugo (durchgeführt von Ale Bachlechner) – Lenn Blaschke – Jan Hoeft – Dasha Ilina – Yunying Huang
2015 – 2019
head of International Exchange
Frauenkulturbüro NRW (FKB) facilitates two-months-residencies in Armenia and Georgia for women artists from Northrhine-Westphalia, Germany. In exchange female artists from Armenia and Georgia are given a two months residency scholarship in NRW, Germany. The residency partners are Museum Goch (Stadt Goch) and WELTKUNSTZIMMER Düsseldorf who offer the space for living and working during the residencies in Germany.
The selection of two countries in eastern europe bases on the fact that there are no other exchange programs in NRW of this kind. Especially those countries are interesting to the program, where social, political, ethnic or religious situations challenge the on site working situation for female aritsts.
FKB comitts to the support of such an exchange program to raise cultural networks and to create an international bound between our nations. Due to peculiar sensitivity and perception especially young artists can become a promoter for social, political and of course cultural changes within societies. They are contributing to a cultural interchange and deepen our knowledge about the other.
The artists have free choice how they want to fill their time during the International Artist Exchange Program, depending on personal artistic interests and objectives. FKB is happy to support in networking and assists to make contacts who lead to exhibitions, lectures, performances or other art related reflections and presentations. Still, it depends on the interests of the grant holders to find best way to support their individual artistic carrer. Thus, the worth of the International Artist Exchange Program for Female Artists lies in itself.
It lies upon our conviction that art can only grow in freedom. By providing the artists with the greatest possible freedom and still offering a wide range of possibilities, we hope to give the necessary freedom to develop the individual artistic carreer.
It is also a political statement for FKB to support this program. This is due to the idea that only by posessing a deepened knowledge of the Central European culture and its neighbour countries we can guarantee a connection within europe. Culture is the key to face major social changes on the continent.
Organisation of a night at Museum Ludwig, Cologne, in cooperation with jungekunstfreunde and Kunst:Dialoge, with guided tours and a party with EROBIQUE (International Pony) at the museum foyer. This night was one of the most succsessful art nights at Museum Ludwig, with 1500 visitors and more than 200 new memberships for the Friends of Museum Ludwig and Wallraf Richartz Museum.
Junge Kunst Nacht 2009, Photo: Daniel Krause
Organisation together with Rebekka Meyer and Amadeus Peters. June 20, 2009, jungekunstfreunde