Ludwig Berger, born in 1986, studied music, art and literature as well as electroacoustic composition at the Franz Liszt School of Music in Weimar. His artistic work ranges between electroacoustic compositions (The Capacity of Things to Act, Dinzu Artefacts), installations (You will have been here, Matralab Montreal), audio walks (Nur Hunde, Staatstheater Braunschweig), radio pieces (Eigengrau, DRadio Kultur), sound design and compositions for film and theatre (Nationaltheater Mannheim, Staatsschauspiel Dresden). His works were awarded the Prix Ars Electronica (Honorary Mention 2017), first prize in the Folkwang Video Competition 2017, and first prize in the 14th composition competition Música Viva Lisbon 2013. As a research fellow at the Institute of Landscape Architecture at ETH Zurich, he uses audiovisual field research to investigate the sonic dimension of urban landscapes, Japanese gardens and alpine glaciers. During the 2018/19 season at the Schauspielhaus Bochum, he is collaborating with Florian Fischer on the audio play Unsichtbar.

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