Andreas Lutz’s [de] (*1981 in Freiburg / Germany) initial works refer to alternative human machine interaction and the approach, to create integrated and universal communication systems. In his recent work, he increasingly analyzes and reveals phenomenons of perception versus reality and principles of abstract aesthetics with audio-visual installations. The creation of experimental soundscapes and the relation of semiotics and sound are further aspects of his work.
Among others, Lutz’s work has been exhibited at the Antarctic Pavilion during 57th Venice Biennale (Italy), the National Art Center Tokyo (Japan), at HeK Basel (Switzerland), at Stereolux Scopitone in Nantes (France), at B39 Art Bunker in Bucheon (South Korea), at ISEA2017 in Manizales (Colombia), at Galerie Mazzoli in Berlin (Germany), at FILE Festival in São Paulo (Brazil), ZKM in Karlsruhe (Germany), at Semibreve Festival in Braga (Portugal), at Nuit Blanche in Brussels (Belgium), at KOBE Biennale (Japan), at Berliner Festspiele (Germany) and at Athens Digital Arts Festival (Greece).
He has performed at transmediale / CTM Vorspiel in Berlin (Germany), at SuperDeluxe Tokyo (Japan), at Scopitone Festival in Nantes (France), at PRECTXE Festival in Bucheon (South Korea), at Festival de la Imágen in Manizales (Colombia), at E-Werk Freiburg (Germany), at WASP Bucharest (Romania), at FORUM Kyoto (Japan) and won the Excellence Award at the 19th Japan Media and Arts Festival (Japan), the Premio Celeste Art Prize (Italy), the German Design Award (Germany), the Edigma Semibreve Award (Portugal) and the Webby Award (USA). He is the founder of KASUGA Records, a Berlin-based record label for experimental electronic music and soundscapes.