Langheinrich, Ulf (Elektronik)

Born in 1960 in Wolfen/Germany. Ulf Langheinrich is an artist and composer with a focus on electronic music, the relationship of image and sound, time-based art as well as the visualisation of sound. The existential dimension of the human body has been a key area of his artistic research over the last 30 years.


As co-founder of the media art duet GRANULAR-SYNTHESIS, he realised international large scale projects, including MODELL5, NOISEGATE and POL, at Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA) in London, MAK Museum Vienna, Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, Kunstverein Hannover/Germany, ICC Tokyo, Creative Time in New York City and the Austrian Pavilion at the Venice Biennial 2001. In this context he also composed SINKEN for orchestra and electronic, a part of the DANGEROUS VISIONS project commissioned and performed by Orchestre National de Lille and Art Zoyd.


His artworks has been exhibited in Barcelona (MACBA), Berlin (Martin-Gropius-Bau), Dresden/Germany (Hellerau – European Center for the Arts), Ghent/Belgium (Film Fest), Hong Kong (Run Run Shaw Creative Media Centre), Melbourne (ACMI), Moscow (Red October and Vinzavod Modern Art Centre), Rotterdam (DEAF), Seoul (Incheon Digital Arts Festival), Shanghai (Zendai MoMA) and Vienna (Wien Modern).
Since 2016 Ulf Langheinrich is the artistic director of CYNEART, a festival for new media art in Dresden.

 

In 2018, he is for the first time workshop tutor of the Darmstadt Summer Course.

Born in 1960 in Wolfen/Germany. Ulf Langheinrich is an artist and composer with a focus on electronic music, the relationship of image and sound, time-based art as well as the visualisation of sound. The existential dimension of the human body has been a key area of his artistic research over the last 30 years.


As co-founder of the media art duet GRANULAR-SYNTHESIS, he realised international large scale projects, including MODELL5, NOISEGATE and POL, at Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA) in London, MAK Museum Vienna, Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, Kunstverein Hannover/Germany, ICC Tokyo, Creative Time in New York City and the Austrian Pavilion at the Venice Biennial 2001. In this context he also composed SINKEN for orchestra and electronic, a part of the DANGEROUS VISIONS project commissioned and performed by Orchestre National de Lille and Art Zoyd.

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