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New AI-Video for “Morte et Dabo”

"Morte et Dabo" The song is about the fight for life with ups and down, tragedy and hope. So is the video. Made under the impression of the murder of Nawalny on Feb. 16th 2024. Visuals are generated with Stable Diffusion in ComfyUI manager on my own hardware. No postproduction, no retouch, just added the text. Glitches are intentionally. https://youtu.be/XAuDz37nxJU?si=AwjTIuZbSg39cHIy ...

New Song and AI-Video “DuDa”

"DuDa" A song about my grandparents dating each other in the 1920s and having fun, enjoying life. Technically speaking, this song was generated by me using software synthesizers only and the video clip by assembling 2700 images rendered with the AI Stable Diffusion, non retouched. (Each 3rd image has been rendered, the two images in between are blended) ...

New Song “Discovery Train”

"Discovery Train" A song about a train ride in a Discovery Park. Visuals for the youtube clip are generated by me and an AI. The song is also on soundcloud and bandcamp with best audio quality (wav file). ...

New Song “Morte et Dabo”

"Morte et Dabo"A song about pain and hope. Part of the LEO Chronicles Morte et Dabo by Symboter ...

New song “1920s”

The golden 1920s in Berlin lasted only 8 years and were "golden" only for very few of the citizens, most of them suffered in the hunger winter after WW1 and most of the young and middle aged men, partners were gone forever. It took 20 years to grow up new childs who became soldiers and victims again in WW2. This song takes some fragmented snipplets of lightfeeted songs from the 1920s and let them appear in granular waves where the drama shines through the superficial and momentary joy. It is part of "The Leo Chronicles", a concept album about my...

New Song “Ge-ha-be”

ɡəˈhaːbəSong about an artificial intelligence which learns to speak and ends with the german word "Gehabe" (something like "strange behaviour"). I did work 11 months on this project. The song is musically based on a phoneme generator which supplies an interesting sound-color and forms the basis of the evolving story. Ge-ha-be by Symboter ...

New Song “Edith”

Another Song for "The Leo Chronicles". This one is dedicated to Edith, Leos wife 1929-1935, my grandmother. Photo was taken in mid of 1933, at relatively good times, although the NAZIS already started their progrom. Edith was born in a christian family, then converted to jewish religion, then reconverted to christian again, when being divorced from Leo. In my childhood, I know her singing with a sopranic voice in church on rare occasions. She led a pleasant, but lonely short life, perhaps she was superficial, but more likely there was a lot pain underneath the well kept surface. This song...

New Song “HASAG”

This new song is about HASAG, a mighty Ammunition Manufacturer in the Third Reich. In special the song is about the factory Pelcery (Peltzer) in Czestochowa (Tschenstochau). HASAG was destiny for 10 thousands of forced labour workers, mostly young jewish men and women. Many of them died within weeks because of exhaustion or were poisened by the chemicals, died in factory accidents, were murdered by the SS after only 3 days of illness or just by fun. My grandfather LEO was forced labor worker in several camps after being in the ghetto of Krakow. He survived the concentration camp of...

Exhibition “MATERIA”

At Bermel von Luxburg Galerie, Fasanenstraße 29, 10719 Berlin, three of my works will be on display in the group exhibition "MATERIA": Enjoy the virtual walk through the gallery: ...

Exhibition “SUPERPOSITION”

I was invited to curate an exhibition in the project room "DISKURS" and am looking forward to the opening of the now built exhibition: SUPERPOSITION on 22.01.2020 at 7 pm. SUPERPOSITION shows radical positions about the perception from the field of Science Art / Art and Science of the artists: Olaf Schirm (artist and curator of the show) Lucas Buschfeld Edith Kollath Sebastian Wolf  SUPERPOSITION runs until 29.02.2020. The opening hours can be found on the website of Diskurs. https://www.youtube.com/embed/joW9yBIx5uE Here is my text about the exhibition: The philosopher William von Occam recommended in the Middle Ages to free philosophy from all superfluous things with a razor knife, in essence...