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Now, this reminds of someone I’ve been wanting to introduce for some time to our pastures, namely Mr. Karl Kliem, who’s been experimenting with synchronized visuals to music for, oh, ages. I first stumbled across his work when he created the mesmerizing visuals to Carsten Nicolai’s and Ryuichi Sakamoto’s Insen tour, and have been a fan ever since. Interestingly enough, his latest work marks a return to analogue installation, but his trademark of breaking down sound into simple but visually stunning artwork remains unhindered.

Film: FBAS Furniture by Karl Kliem to (processed) music by Eric Satie

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