Schahram Poursoudmand

Music- & Sound Art I Composer I Visual Imagist I Poet

Schahram Poursoudmand creates extraordinary music, sound- and visual art projects of a unique kind.

In the avant-garde projects ONEVERYMOON, LICHTPHON, LICHTSCHREI, SHINE and ART-AVANT, he realizes his artistic visions of music, soundart, visual image- and video design in a poetic existence. The discovering of beauty through disintegration, transformation re-creation and the representation of being in the transition from non-existence to existence is the creative destination and passion.

Schahram Poursoudmand creates unreal worlds of music, sound, tonal structure, digital image-/video art and poetry of strange beauty and unique aesthetics. In his unusual style and expression, he composes a surreal and bizarre mystery in sound- and visual art, which disintegrate through dissolution in itself to formlessness and creates new structures and realities in the beauty of decomposition by further deformation.

„The fascination of renewal after the dissolution. The artistic demolition, the diving into micro- and nanostructured sound, as well as the representation and creation of nonexistence and new realities are the positions that stir and fascinate me. Not the clearly audible and visible - but the secret behind the veil.“

Nationality: 

Germany

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Germany
52° 33' 47.2176" N, 13° 23' 45.1032" E

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