Performing live at the group exhibition ‘natura naturata‘, featuring the following artists:
Antonio Catelani (IT), Loris Cecchini (IT), Pierluigi Guglielmo (IT), Xinglang Guo (CN), Waszem Khan (GB), Werner Klotz (US), Ulrike Mohr (DE), Dodi Reifenberg (IL/DE), Gong Zhang (CN)
Saturday February 15
7:30 pm CET
@ WiE KULTUR
10713 Berlin, Germany
David Rothenberg has written and performed on the relationship between humanity and nature for many years. He is the author of the book ‘Why Birds Sing’, on making music with birds, also published in England, Italy, Spain, Taiwan, China, Korea, and Germany. It was turned into a feature length BBC TV documentary. His following book, ‘Thousand Mile Song’, is on making music with whales. It was turned into a film for French television.
Rothenberg is also a composer and jazz clarinetist, and he has nine CDs out under his own name, including On the Cliffs of the Heart, named one of the top ten CDs by Jazziz Magazine in 1995. Other releases include Why Birds Sing and Whale Music. He invited many musical colleagues to join him on Whale Music Remixed, with contributions from noted electronic artists such as Scanner, DJ Spooky, Lukas Ligeti, Mira Calix, Ben Neill, and Robert Rich. David Rothenberg is Professor of Philosophy and Music at the New Jersey Institute of Technology, which has encouraged and supported all of his creative projects since 1992.
Title image: David Rothenberg in Spitsbergen 2009 on the Arctic Circle Residency
© Foto: Andrea Galvani