Rolf Julius - Für einen kleinen See
Six pieces by Rolf Julius, published 2003. ‘This album is for the downward gaze. Taken from leftover piano sounds of simple sound sequences which Aki Takahashi had recorded for him. There were these irregular noises to be found which makes the connection from ear to eye. At the exhibition the piece was played back under a sheet of glass, over which black pigment was sprinkled through a sieve, whereas a simple, open loudspeaker was installed underneath the glass… Rolf Julius’ works are always catalyzers for increasing attention to the things surrounding us. This has secured Julius an unmistakable place in the spectrum of contemporary art. He for himself is more influenced by people like Wittgenstein or John Cage.