Société and Lisson Gallery present the German premiere of Cory Arcangel‘s ‘Dances For The Electric Piano‘ at the Berliner Philharmonie, on May 2.
The composition will be performed solo by organist Hampus Lindwall on the Korg M1 piano famous for the classic Rave and Trance breakdowns of the 80s and 2000s.
It follows the opening of Arcangel’s All the Small Things exhibition, running in Denmark to June 22, and features conservatoire-educated musician, Lindwall, as a student of the late-Rolande Falcinelli in Paris and noted for his collaborations with other visual artists including John Duncan and aalliicceelleessccaannnnee&ssoonniiaaddeerrzzyyppoollsskkii.
See the Cory Arcangel website for details. **
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