19 November, 2019 – 01 February, 2020

Galerie Klüser

Words in another language can be mysterious, creating an invisible barrier, but they may also become the key to a new world. Music is one step ahead of verbal language – it is a universal language whose words and phrases can be understood everywhere. In his works, Gregor Hildebrandt (* 1974) has been using music in the form of analogue data carriers for over 20 years; cassettes and records become the central material and content components of many pieces.

Selected Works

Gregor Hildebrand

About the artist

Gregor Hildebrandt was born in 1974 in Bad Homburg v. d. Höhe, Germany. Working mainly with analogue sound storage mediums, the artist creates sculptures, installations and paintings with materials such as compression molded vinyl, audiotapes on canvas or cassette shells. With their musical history they are adding another invisible dimension to the minimalist works.


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