06. April 2022
Sound Bath @ Museion
An immersive event at Museion, 8 april 2020, i will participate with my project UNHEARD PLACES,
21. January 2022
A nice talk about music and subculture and about my job as social educator
Thomas Kobler from Ost West Club invited me to this talk about my life as musician and artist, about the underground music scene and the subculture in south tyrol and about young people and how they manage the Covid restrictions.
26. May 2021
Invitation to NOTTERNA - Art in the public space of Don Bosco
Notterna is an art walk that trough Don Bosco (a city district in Bolzano) that leads you through seven different stations, including multimedia artworks by members of the Südtiroler Künstlerbund and art students of the University of Bolzano. My contribution is a sound installation that deals with the sound aesthetics of Don Bosco.
17. February 2021
A short portrait about myself
A short video portrait about me and my work with sounds, tones and noises.
05. December 2020
Give music to you and your friends. All items in the webshop are discounted by 25% until 23 December.
05. August 2020
What happens when man penetrates deeper and deeper into natural space? The sound installation Umbruch in the Stifsmuseum interactively and acoustically deals with natural idyll and its breaking.
18. May 2020
On 25.05. anew episode of Unheard Places will be performed and released in the context of the LanaLive Festival. Listen to the livestream.
09. May 2020
ZOLF & SATURN's new album PEAK is out. Read here how to get it, stream it or listen to it.
25. April 2020
"Begebt euch also, anstatt in den Flieger, in eure beste Buddha-Pose und setzt die Kopfhörer auf. Ihr hört eine feine Mischung aus verschiedenen Instrumenten, hypnotisierenden Gesängen, ein paar Prisen Field Recordings und aus sanften elektronischen Klängen. Diese Komponenten ergeben zusammen mit der Hülle ein wahres Gesamtkunstwerk, das seinesgleichen sucht"
06. April 2020
The Covid19 lockdown provides an epochal soundscape. We hear the world as people could have heard it before the industrial revolution, without the noise of engines, without the noise of aggregates and without the roar of machines.

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