FM Einheit: stones, springs, score
Volker Kamp: bass, brass
Saskia von Klitzing: drums
Susan Stenger: ﬂute, bass
Robert Poss: guitar
Vocals: Lee Ranaldo, Émilie Pitoiset, Genesis Breyer P-Orridge,
Susan Stenger, Erika Stucky, Gulbenkian Choir.
Final mastered version by Martin Bowes, Cage Studios, England, November 2020
Twelve dreams of musicians, artists, and filmmakers, interpreted by FM Einheit (ex-EINSTÜRZENDE NEUBAUTEN), with voices by: Lee Ranaldo (SONIC YOUTH), Genesis Breyer P-Orridge (PSYCHIC TV / THROBBING GRISTLE), Susan Stenger (BAND OF SUSANS), Émilie Pitoiset, Erika Stucky, and the Gulbenkian Choir; with guest musicians: Volker Kamp, Saskia von Klitzing, Robert Poss, and Susan Stenger.
Exhibition Of A Dream (L'exposition D'un Rêve) is formed of twelve dreams interpreted as songs. Exploded in time, these are played as temporary and evolving patterns of shapes and forms in an otherwise empty gallery following the drawings of mandalas. Exhibition Of A Dream highlights the complex beauty of how to generate a dream in the mind of the spectator. A shared experience to be lived within our own personal inner space, these remastered dreams are an invitation to listen to a sensitive architecture of words and music.
Created 2017, recorded both in public and in private in the amphitheatres and the garden of the Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian in Lisbon, and in Einheit's own studio Steinschlag. The dreamers were: Apichatpong Weerasethakul, Lee Ranaldo, Émilie... more
Exhibition Of A Dream was commissioned and produced by the Fondation Calouste Gulbenkian - délégation en France (7 October - 17 December 2017). An exhibition by Mathieu Copeland, recorded at the Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian in Lisbon, and Steinschlag, Germany.
"...every second of the album is carefully considered and thoroughly engaging. The musical twists and turns compliment the surreality of the dream state, throwing up all kinds of moods and colours and allowing them to morph organically in the way a dream might. Einheit‘s compositions portray the various sources with a lightness of touch and sense of playfulness throughout, never allowing things to get too dark or dense, but avoiding whimsy.... A collection of ....... more