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Jutta Koether

Pages Featuring

Jutta Koether

Benefit Honoring Kim Gordon

Video from our November 2013 Benefit for ISSUE honoring Kim Gordon, featuring Bill Nace, J. Mascis, Jutta Koether, I.U.D., Ikue Mori and Tim Barnes. All clips by Windows Have Eyes.

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Kim Gordon and Jutta Koether by Andrew Russeth

Benefit for ISSUE Honoring Kim Gordon

Kim Gordon with Jutta Koether & I.U.D.

Thu 14 Nov, 2013, 8pm,
22 Boerum Place, Brooklyn

ISSUE’s benefit series honoring Kim Gordon closes in a night of two collaborative performances pairing Gordon with the acclaimed artist Jutta Koether and the fierce female industrial unit I.U.D., a power duo of Lizzi Bougatsos (Gang Gang Dance) and Sadie Laska (Growing, Extreme Violence).

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Benefit for ISSUE Honoring Kim Gordon

Ongoing Series

A two-night benefit series for ISSUE honors legendary artist Kim Gordon. In three events over two nights, Gordon is joined by a range of collaborators Bill Nace & Ikue Mori as Body/Head, artist Jutta Koether, Lizzi Bougatsos & Sadie Laska's industrial duo I.U.D., and drummer Tim Barnes. J Mascis plays solo.

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New Humans

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Jutta Koether / New Humans / rESPetc2.rSonel / C Spencer Yeh

Thu 27 Jun, 2013, 8pm,
ISSUE Project Room, 22 Boerum Place, Brooklyn

A diverse and hard-hitting bill of multidisciplinary performers including painter and performance artist Jutta Koether, sound/installation collaborative New Humans, Wally Blanchard & Stefan Tcherepnin's duo rESPetc2.rSonel, and the idiosyncratic improvisor C Specer Yeh.

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Jutta Koether, "Frontage (Well, Show Me Nothing)", 1994

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GOETHE TALKS: Joseph Hammer / Jutta Koether / Heatsick + more

Sat 22 Jun, 2013, 1pm,
Goethe-Institut Wyoming Building, 5 East 3rd St, NYC 10003

ISSUE and Goethe-Institut present a free day-long series of talks with some of the most distinctive voices in experimental electronics: Keith Fullerton Whitman & Rashad Becker, Joseph Hammer, Jutta Koether, Steve Warwick (Heatsick), and Thomas Brinkmann.

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Music of Fluxus: Felix Kubin, Lary 7, Chris Mann, MV Carbon’s TV Cello + more

Sun 13 Nov, 2011, 6pm,
Clemente Soto Velez Cultural Center, 107 Suffolk Street NYC

Issue Project Room and Performa present a night of historical works and new compositions inspired by Fluxus. The evening includes noise artist Felix Kubin, New York underground musician Lary 7, “compositional linguist” Chris Mann, MV Carbon performing on a Nam June Paik inspired TV cello, and more.

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