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February 2007

Music from the Still Life series by Nelson Foltz and Tom Lynn is being used to accompany the exhibit 'die Visualisierung des Unsichtbaren' (Visualizing the Unseen) by Emil Schult.

Schult, graphic designer and sometime member of the seminal electronic group Kraftwerk, has created a series of paintings examining the history and development of computational electronics and the point where human users interface with such technologies. More information is available at emilschult.de.

New York based musician Nelson Foltz and Berlin based sound artist Tom Lynn have been collaborating on the Still Life series since 2003. The series explores slow-moving, pulsing, textural music created entirely without electronic instruments. More information on the series is available at stillsounds.com.

The exhibit will be open February 27 through July 29, 2007 at the Villa Bosch in Heidelberg, Germany.