Anja Erdmann (*1976, Erfurt) is a sound and media artist.
She studied Media Art and Design at Bauhaus-University Weimar with
focus on sound art and electroacoustic sound design.
Her first sound project „Klang-Bild-Raum“ (2009) has been exhibited at ZKM Karlsruhe and Neues Museum Weimar. In 2010-2012 she cooperated with Maxie Götze, together they created „Luftikus-installation with moving fans“ for Musée Réattu in Arles. The Museum of Contemporary Art in France has acquired the installation for its collection.
The sound art work „Impulse-Prepared Soundroom“ accrued in 2013 during the Artist in Residence Programme at Haiart in Hailuoto, Finland. Anja Erdmanns installation “Raumsucher“ (2014) was shown at NOW!-Festival in Essen and at the Sound Art Exhibition (h)ear XL in the Netherlands. In 2015 she was a Fellow artist at the MusicMakers Hacklab (hosted by the Interspecifics Collective and Alberto de Campo) at the ICAS Festival in Dresden.
She lives and works in Weimar (Thuringia)
also as a graphic and media designer.
Master of Fine Arts – Media Art and Design,
Bachelor of Fine Arts – Media Art and Design,
1999 – 2002
Employment as a mediadesigner (print)
1998 – 1999
Training as a multimediadesigner
Vocational certificate as
a manufacturer of sign and light advertising
Luftikus – Installation with moving fans
Anja Erdmann, Maxie Götze [2010/2012]
La collection d´art sonore, Musée Réattu Arles, France.
FÖN Art Award #4 – Special Award 2015, Erfurt
100 Jahre Weimarer Republik, Förderprogramm 20 x 1000,
Weimarer Republik e.V., 2020
HaiArt, Hailuoto, Finland, 2013
Field_Notes – HYBRID MATTERs, Finland, 2015
MusicMakers HackLab “A score for Uncertainty” , ICAS Festival Dresden, 2015
SOCCOS micro.residency, Hailuoto, Finland 2016
DeutschlandRadio Kultur: Newcomer Werkstatt 2/2010
DeutschlandRadio Kultur: Newcomer Werkstatt – Die Abschiedsgala, 2012
savvy funk, documenta radio,
radio program „DISembTEChyb“ by AGF, 2017
„Sonic Island“ by HaiArt & Various
AGF Producktion, CD/Digital – 2015