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Live Sound
Felice Hapetzeder

Moisé is living at the street level. He is a sound engineer and has just built a new sound system, which he is testing. The neighbour on the top floor balcony is playing classical music on her oboe because the family is living in very confined quarters. The music from Moisé is too loud for her to concentrate on her practicing so she starts to improvise. Live Sound, 2001 is a tribute to the city. In the best case scenario the city creates something new out of two already existing things, a new music, live on the street.

Keywords Architecture, Landscape, Music, Sound
Aspect ratio 1.33:1 (4:3)
Prod. format Generic SD-video
Duration 00:04:30
Language Spanish; Castilian
Color Color
Year 2001
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About the artist

Felice Hapetzeder

Felice Hapetzeder is a visual artist (b 1973) with MFA degree from the Fine Arts department at Konstfack College of Art, Crafts and Design. He is lecturer and head of curriculum of BA in Fine Arts at Novia University from 2021. He is interested in the energy, aesthetics and social context of creative practice as well as in how identity and memory are influenced by different factors. His methods span across video art, installation, sculpture, workshop-performance and photography. He works both independently and in collaboration with others. Collaborations include Tullkomplexet (The City Limit Complex) from 2021, Samtidskonst i Bro (Contemporary art in Bro community) 2017 to 2021, the video art exchange collaboration Carousell 2013-2018, artist duo Local A. 2008-2017 and ak28 independent art space in Stockholm 2003-2008.