Christoph Korn
audio and media artist

media works
performance
radioplay
releases
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Two field recordings at the same location, at different times

Kairos

Anny

series invisible (live)

SIMEON (Installation)

deletion note

Pneuma

Eingedenken

stereo

Erwarten

Gesicht

SIMEON (CD)

Waldstueck

series invisible (book)

deletion studies

duration notes

I speak this text

NON machines

Ich ruf zu Dir Herr Jesu Christ

Institute for Social Research

Der Strich dauert 7 Sekunden
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Transforming John Cages
piano piece for "M.C. and
D.T." into silence by not
playing it

Sorge und Kapitalismus

Sprache der Disziplin

Hyperghetto

Folk song machine
































 

Awards, Stipends, Sponsorships:


2004 Barkenhoff Stipend, "Künstlerhäuser Worpswede" (D)

2005 Distinction at the international competition for radiophone audio art Phonurgia Nova (Arles, France) for the audio work “Volkslied”

2007 Project Sponsorship by “Stiftung Kunstfonds” [Endowment Art Fund] Bonn for the intermedial work “Waldstueck” .

2008 Foreign stipend from the State of North Rhine-Westfalia, Germany

2008 Phonurgia Nova Award, Distinction, in the category intermedia for “series invisible” by Christoph Korn and Lasse-Marc Riek.

2009 Prix Ars Electronia, Honorary Mention (Digital Music) for www.waldstueck.net

2011 Stipend and Residency at the German Study Centre in Venice, Italy

2013 DIVINA SONUS RURIS binaural/nodar rural art lab, nodar, Portugal

2014 year-long scholarship from “Stiftung Kunstfonds, Bonn

2016 Ein Hod (Israel) scholarship, Kulturamt Duesseldorf

 

Prize Participations:

1999 Hessian Filmprize for the audio-visual Brecht/Eisler work “Winterspruch” [Winter Saying]. Winterspruch was a joint project from ten film makers. The film is based on contemporary readaptions of Brecht/Eisler songs by the band “Arbeit” made up of the musicians Augst/Daemgen/Korn.

2007 Preis der Deutschen Schallplattenkritik [The German Record Critics' Award] for the CD “O bittre Zeit”, collection and new interpretations of “camp songs” 1933-1945. A comprehensive CD documentary, compiled and released by the Documentation and Information Centre (DIZ) Emslandlager. With content-based co-operation with the German Radio Archive and the Academy of the Arts, Berlin.