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Jana Irmert

Groove Magazine: “Effortlessly shifting beween fragile atmospheric sound art, audiovisual multichannel sound installations and playful Avantgarde-Pop”

ambientblog.net: "It’s an album full of contrasts, a multi-faceted vision on sound art... the contrasts fit together like the piece of a puzzle and paint a fascinating kaleidoscopic image"

Those Who Make Waves: “End of Absence creates a space, in which the capacity of our senses to determine reality are constantly questioned and put to the test.”

Sigil Of Brass: “The soundtrack to an embrace that seeks not sentiment”

Jana Irmert is a Berlin-based sound and media artist. Being interested in the vague, irrational, less tangible aspects of existence, she translates inner images into atmospheric audiovisual or sonic spaces that invite the listener to connect with them.

Having produced both solo pieces and numerous collaborations, her work features electroacoustic multichannel compositions, audiovisual installations and joint projects with filmmakers, dancers and visual artists. Her installations and compositions have been presented at international festivals and exhibitions such as the New York City Electroacoustic Music Festival, Sound Explicit (Slovenia), the I-Park Environmental Arts Biennale (USA), the Academy of Arts Berlin and the Banff Centre (Canada).

‘End of Absence’ is Jana Irmert’s debut album, bringing together six sound works that merge field recordings, experimental electronic sounds and vocal patterns into unique multilayered soundscapes. The piece 'untitled (slow)' has recently been selected for the EUROPEAN SOUNDART AWARD 2016 exhibition.

Her acclaimed album was released in October 2016 followed by features on BBC Radio 3, Resonance 104.4 FM, Rai 3, ByteFM and Radio Klara.


End of Absence