German artist Gregor Hildebrandt's paintings, sculptures and installations draw on music, cinema and underground cultures, arranging and combining visual elements of sound recordings and various recording media such as magnetic tapes, vinyl records or compact disks. Throughout his poetic work, infused with both sound and silence, Hildebrandt creates a wide range of subtly reflective compositions that invite the viewer to evolve in space and grasp the beauty of things past.
Text courtesy Almine Rech.
Like any true music lover, when German artist Gregor Hildebrandt is enamored with a song he puts it on repeat. For Hildebrandt, however, the music he plays becomes the soundtrack to his prying apart, sawing, unreeling and reassembling of the last six decades’ analogue formats. In Hildebrandt’s hands, the felt pressure pads inside a...
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