Sound installation / Vinyl record / 2023
Strobreden – Raum für Klangkunst / Hamburg

Recordings from the desert in West Texas / USA
The record features recordings from the Chihuahuan Desert in Texas, recordings above and below ground.

Vinyl record ABOVE / BELOW

Booklet inside the cover / with sound graphics above ground and below ground (two pages of BELOW in the booklet)

two pages of ABOVE in the booklet

Vinyl record ABOVE / BELOW

Side Above – Recordings above ground from the Chihuahua Desert –
silence, wind and the dynamics of flies

Side Below – Recordings below ground from the Chihuahua Desert –
ants under the ground

Sound installation / Strobreden / Hamburg / DE / 2023

A dark room with a spotlight on the LP.
One 3-minute track per side, side ABOVE, the sound above the ground, side BELOW, the sound below the ground.
After the end of each sound, silence. The needle moves slowly to the centre, the tonearm rises and then returns to its starting position.
The record is rotated.
From ABOVE to BELOW and after a few minutes from BELOW to ABOVE, again and again.

Video view / Side BELOW / the sound of ants below ground

3 AND 4 AND 2 / Composition for a room

Kinetic 6-channel  sound installation /
Heitland Honneur / Gothic Hall / Celle Castle / Celle / 2023

Three transparent curtains, three balls hanging from pendulums in constant back and forth motion, six loudspeakers

In addition to the sound of the three balls bouncing against the transparent curtains, sounds from the underground of the spatial architecture can be heard, the dynamics of flowing and dripping within the conduit system of a sewer shaft, mingling with the vocal range of the human voice. The recordings and sounds come from the 2021 live performance Off ground, in which two bass/baritone singers produced deep sounds in two gullies. Deep bass vocals interacting with the sound of the subterranean architecture.

Three transparent curtains, three balls hanging from pendulums, six loudspeakers


Sound installation

PAV_STIP 2021, pavilion in the garden / Kulturwerk SH, Pinneberg, 2021 / Germany

The audio-live-transmission of the drainage system underneath the pavilion to the
inside of the pavilion. The dynamics of the flow and the dripping inside the tube-system
are picked up by a microphone in the well and amplified with speakers.



sound performance / vocals: Konstantin Heintel and Nima Asadollahi Ali

Hurly Burly Luftikus, in context of Hamburger Kultursommer and the initiative Art Off
Künstlerhaus Sootbörn, Hamburg, 2021

Sounds and noises from the cities underground mixed with the vocal range of the human voice. Two gully covers, two musicians. Deep bass vocals interacting with the sound of the sewers.
Two bass/baritone singers produce lying deep sounds in two gullies.
The sounds are amplified in the sewer system by microphones through loudspeakers outside.



Light installation
hacking places, Bille / Hamburg / Germany / 2017

An anchored, circular, diffuse light source underwater that emits light only upward.

A steady fading up and down of the light at continuous intervals, each the length of an average human breath.

DROPS - [ in the box ]

Sound installation
DROPS – [ in the box ] / Künstlerhaus Sootbörn / Hamburg / Germany / 2022

It drips from the ceiling.
Under each drop formation in each case a glass, which in interaction produce the sound.



Space / Sound installation
come to nothing / 2025 Kunst und Kultur e.V., Hamburg / Germany / 2018

A drop of water dripping from the ceiling.

The sound of the drop hitting a hotplate, amplified by loudspeakers, as well as the evaporation as a visual phenomenon can be perceived in the room. 

At the same time, the process of formation until the drop falls is projected on the wall.



Inside / Outside installation
insight / Indoor and outdoor area / Künstlerhaus Sootbörn / Hamburg / Germany / 2021



Looking through the window, like looking at a target that is not only attracting but at the same time offering a concrete result, a light- and shadow-play is modeling a long laid out, endless looking gallery.


On the left, inside the room, looking towards the window, we see the long recess that houses the model of the corridor.
It consists of doorways arranged one after the other in escape perspective, which become smaller and smaller towards the back.
To the right, running parallel: a track, on it a remote-controlled model car with a lamp. As soon as the corridor installation is viewed
from outside through the window, it is set in motion unnoticed. The up-and-down light source then shines on the long installation from
the side, as if scanning it.