1984 – 1989 pianist and composer of the first european womens jazz orchester Reichlich Weiblich. This band had an enormous success after a memorable gig at the Jazz Festival Moers 1987, because of its audacious mixture of styles and the use of electronics within an orchestra line up.
Eva Hesse (1936-1970) is one of the leading figures of the international art scene in the 1960s. An icon, she left a complete work of unrivalled aesthetics and sensitivity which manifests the attitude of a whole generation. As a child the family had fled from Hamburg to escape Nazi-persecution. They emigrated to New York, where she studied under Joseph Albers, consistently fighting for recognition in a male dominated art world for the rest of her life.
Ulrike Haage presents “Alles aber Anders” a mediation about Eva Hesse, her works and the materials she used in a perseptive sound artistic composition, which makes the sensuality of her sculptures and materials audible.
12 music miniatures on the life of Eva Hesse.If you are ordering from Germany, please contact us (at firstname.lastname@example.org) for cheaper delivery prices before you use the ordering process featured on our website.
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