Pfeifer & Kreutzer

Black Fur(r)y - 2021, kinetisches Soundobjekt; Arduino, Fell-Imitat, 61 x 28 x 22 cm
2-parts - 2019, kinetische Soundskulptur; Arduino, Acrylglas, 28,6 x 40 x 16,4 cm
Ground II - 2018, Kinetische Soundskulptur, Spiegel, Acryglas, MDF, Arduino, Zugfedern, 49 x 109 x 60,5 cm
Liebe - 2018, Kinetische Skulptur, Scheibenwischer, Motor, Fellimitat, 1 Ex. + 1 Prototyp, 72 x 72 x 21 cm
Walking and Falling - 2019, Kinetisches Klangobjekt; rotes Acrylglas, Eisen, Holz, Elektromotor, 20,2 x 33,3 x 20,2 cm
Hare - 2020, Kinetische Skulptur, Scheibenwischer, Motor, 3D-Druck, Edelstahl, Fellimitat, Auflage 3 Ex., 60 x 46 x 17 cm
Weißes Quadrat – 2019, Kinetisches Klangobjekt, weißes Acrylglas, Arduino, Holz, Eisen, Elektromagnete, Zugfedern, Edition von 3 + 2 a.p.
Ausstellungsansicht "The Responsive Eye's First and Second Generation", Galerie Renate Bender 2020. Foto: Bernhard Kreutzer
Black Fur(r)y - 2021, kinetic sound object; arduino, fake fur, 61 x 28 x 22 cm
2-parts - 2019, kinetic sound sculpture; arduino, acrylic glass, 28,6 x 40 x 16,4 cm
Ground II - 2018, kinetic sound object, mirror, acrylic glass, MDF, arduino, pull-springs, 49 x 109 x 60,5 cm
Liebe - 2018, kinetik sculpture, windshield wiper, engine, fake fur, 1 Ex. + 1 prototype, 72 x 72 x 21 cm
Walking and Falling - 2019, kinetic sound object, red acrylic glass, iron, electric motor, 20,2 x 33,3 x 20,2 cm
Hare - 2020, kinetic sculpture, windshield wiper, engine, 3D print, stainless steel, fake fur, edition of 3, 60 x 46 x 17 cm
Weißes Quadrat – 2019, Kinetic sound object, white acrylic glass, Arduino, wood, iron, electric motor, pull-springs, edition of 3 + 2 a.p.
Exhibition view "The Responsive Eye's First and Second Generation", Galerie Renate Bender 2020. Photo: Bernhard Kreutzer
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Anne Pfeifer was born in 1987 in Lindenfels, Germany and Bernhard Kreutzer in 1986 in Munich, Germany, where both live and work.

Both young artists are fascinated by rhythm and sound. For their work, which falls within the field of kinetic art, they employ moving sound installations and videos. Using a large variety of materials (acrylic glass, fake fur, wood or iron), they create primarily geometric forms in a reduced color spectrum. The highly complex technique is never visible to the viewer. Without prior warning their works begin to move, generating knocking or other sounds. Just as unexpectedly as they began, the performance stops, most often evoking a smile from the viewer.

Anne Pfeifer graduated from the Akademie der Bildenden Künste in Munich, Bernhard Kreutzer from the Hochschule für Film und Fernsehen, also in Munich. During their studies they began conceiving and implementing projects together, and since 2019 they decided to present their work under the name "Pfeifer & Kreutzer".

 

pdf biograpy print version (145,93 KB)

pdf exhibition catalog "Black is Beautiful" - 2021 (1.503,19 KB)

pdf Flyer zur Ausstellung "Oscillation in Color and Sound" - Pfeifer & Kreutzer 2019 (816,47 KB)

pdf exhibition catalog "Bender Schwinn Projekt Zwei" - 2017 (1.642,41 KB)

pdf exhibition catalog "Bender Schwinn Projekt Eins" - 2016 (1.102,57 KB)e