Florian Hecker

In his sound installations and live performances, Florian Hecker (born 1975 in Augsburg, lives and works in Vienna) deals with specific compositional developments of post-war modernity, electro-acoustic music, and other, non-musical disciplines. He dramatizes space, time and self-perception in his sonic works by isolating specific auditory events in their singularity, thus stretching the boundaries of their materialization. Their objectual autonomy is exposed while simultaneously evoking sensations, memories, and associations in an immersive intensity.
Florian Hecker - Statistique Synthétique / Teum (the Silvery Slit) (vinyl LP)
Editions Mego - Portraits GRM
currently out of stock
A split album as part of the GRM Portraits series with two electroacoustic pieces by Florian Hecker (computer-generated multiphonic sounds and resynthesized recordings of localized textures) and Okkyung Lee (an acousmatic piece written for computer-generated sounds, pre-recorded materials and cello that was developed for the Acousmonium sound diffusion system during a residence at Ina GRM, Paris, in January 2019).
Florian Hecker - Halluzination, Perspektive, Synthese
English edition
Sternberg Press - Monographs and artists' books
Large format catalogue documenting a multichannel installation by Florian Hecker at Kunsthalle Wien, transformated into a resonating space, with texts by curators, researchers, theorists, and art historians.
Florian Hecker -
bilingual edition (English / German)
Sternberg Press - Monographs and artists' books
An artistic dialogue between German artist and computer composer Florian Hecker, and the late American sculptor John McCracken.

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