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StvH mit Mann von Jüterborg

Stephan von Huene and The Man from Jüterbog, 1995

 

Stephan von Huene (1932–2000) was one of the founders of 20th century sound and media art. Beginning in the 1960s, he opened up innovative paths for acoustic and kinetic art through his sculptures – which he often called machines – while offering the public new perceptual and experiential possibilities. After studies in art and art history, von Huene began producing drawings, paintings, and leather sculptures. Realizing that these works failed to correspond to the times and to his intentions, he began to experiment with the construction of sound sculptures. More …

Sound and Kinetic Sculptures

Kalaidophonic Dog

Kaleidophonic Dog

Sculptures

visitor from eyeland

Visitor from Eyeland

Paintings

KESP

KESP

Drawings

Ohne Titel

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Mind Maps

Getty Talk Intro

Getty Talk, Intro

Radio Plays

Konzept Rohrspiele

Concept for the radio play Tube Play

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Stephan von Huene und die Zauberflöte, ca 1985

Stephan von Huene and Magic Flute, ca. 1985