Thomas Köner

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Thomas Köner (born 1965 in Bochum, Germany) is a multimedia artist whose main interest lies in combining visual and auditory experiences. He's been noted for his use of low frequencies. The BBC, in a review of Köner's work in 1997, calls him a "media artist," one who works between installation, sound art, ambient music and as one half of Porter Ricks dub techno.

During his exhibition at the Musée d'art contemporain de Montreal, the museum called him a major innovator in the contemporary music scene, as well as noted his collaborative practice which has led to his working with musicians, filmmakers and visual artists on installations and sound performances, and to his creation of six video works produced in two cycles, starting in 2003.

2006 Köner produced Station Eismitte, a work inspired by Alfred Wegener's 1930 arctic expedition and named after the expedition's site.

2009 Köner created The Futurist Manifesto, a digital opera, to coincide with the 100 year anniversary of the famous manifesto published in 1909 by Filippo Tommaso Marinetti. This work has been performed live several times in festivals across Europe with Carl Faia and Iris Garrelfs.

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Discography

Album

Year Title Rating Releases
1990 Nunatak Gongamur 3
1992 Teimo 2
1993 Permafrost 2
1996 Aubrite 1
1998 Kaamos 1
2003 Unerforschtes Gebiet 1
2009 La Barca 2
2012 Novaya Zemlya 1

Album + Compilation

Year Title Rating Releases
1997 Teimo / Permafrost Compilation 1
2004 Nuuk Compilation 2
2010 Nunatak • Teimo • Permafrost Compilation 1

Live

Year Title Rating Releases
2002 Daikan Live 1
2003 Zyklop Live 1

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