Martin Lutz
bangaloREsident@Attakkalari Centre for Movement Arts

Martin Lutz studied sound art at UdK Berlin and musicology at LMU Munich. He works as a composer, musician and sound artist for dance, performances, theatre, installations and film.

His work focus lies in the nature of sound and it's relevance for the space. Field recordings and experimental sound production are the basis for compositions that take sounds and soundscapes out of their natural context to give them a new content-related and spatial sense.
Martin Lutz has been invited by Attakkalari Centre for Movement Arts to work out and realise a sound concept and music score for their dance production Bhinna Vinyasa – Multiple Assemblages. The performance will premiere at the Attakkalari India Biennial 2017.
As part of the bangaloREsidency 2014 Deepa he has already worked on parts of the performance.
The starting point of the artistic process is a consideration of site-specific Indian urban developments and the social and cultural transformation of individuals and societies. The goal is to find a sonic language that characterises typical urban Indian milieus and their inner dynamics. He will work with Indian musicians from Bangalore and also with video and light artists from Europe to find a performative way between (sound-)installation, performance and music for contemporary Indian dance.

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