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about

Drawing in Sound – everything grows
'Drawing in sound' is a live improvisation, created by
sound artist Andreas Usenbenz (Ulm) and illustrator
Christoph Lammers (Munich) for the exhibition
opening of 'Wiese' ('meadow') by Artist and Curator
Andreas Pytlik (Munich) at Städtische Galerie
Rosenheim in the spring of 2018.
Prior to the performance, the artists exchanged
ideas, drawings and sound improvisations to find a
way of approaching the topic of 'meadow' in the context of
contemporary drawing and contemplative
soundscapes.During the performance, illustrator and
sound artist entered a dialogue: Usenbenz created
subtle sound textures and phonographic collages of
rustling hay, records, guitar sounds, field recordings,
tapes and effect devices.

Lammers opened all senses to both space and
sound. Reacting intuitively, focussing on the moment
and with great physical effort he
composed his images, formed structures from lines
and shapes. Using charcoal, ink, brushes and his bare
hands, he filled the 7 by 4 metre canvas, vigorously at
times, then almost
delicately, providing stimuli in turn picked up by
Usenbenz.
Ultimately, this 'conversation' between the two artists
gave rise to a different interpretation:
'Everything grows of its own accord.'

credits

released January 11, 2019

played and improvised by
andreas usenbenz, using objects, lo-fi microphones,
contact microphones, field recordings, guitar, ebow,
looper, ipad, dictaphone, cassettes, tape loops, op 1, field
kit. drawn and performed on a 7 x 4 m canvas by
christoph lammers, using different objects, ink, charcoal,
brushes and his bare hands.
recorded live at staedtische galerie rosenheim. additional
sounds recorded and edited at home.

www.christophlammers.com
www.andreasusenbenz.com

mastering: klangmanufaktur ulm
distribution: a-musik
photography: bettina gorn,
editorial: andrea toll, translation: tomi brem

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