Carlfriedrich Claus

Between the early 1950s and his death in 1998, Carlfriedrich Claus (born 1930 in Annaberg-Buchholz) produced a corpus of work that occupies terrain somewhere between philosophy, art, linguistics and acoustic literature. Both visually with his language sheets and acoustically with his language operations, he plumbed and explored the depths of human consciousness, making a wholly individual contribution to the art of the 20th century in doing so. These sound processes and language operations have a consistency and radicalism unacknowledged hitherto.
Carlfriedrich Claus - Einem luftigen akustischen Kosmos entgegen (CD)
Tochnit Aleph
Collaboration performance by this two infamous German visual artists, writers & sound-poets.

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