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Soundohm

Anton Bruhin

Born 1949, Swiss painter, palindrome maestro, sound poet and jew’s harp (or Trümpi) virtuoso Anton Bruhin recorded some of the most art-damaged sound experiments of the country between the 1970s and 1980s. Sound-wise, his philosophy and aesthetic is close to that of Jean Dubuffet’s Musique Chauve, or Bald Music, a term coined by French art critic and Satie biographer Jean-Pierre Armingaud to describe Dubuffet’s anarchistic, untaught and uncategorized music experiments

Born 1949, Swiss painter, palindrome maestro, sound poet and jew’s harp (or Trümpi) virtuoso Anton Bruhin recorded some of the most art-damaged sound experiments of the country between the 1970s and 1980s. Sound-wise, his philosophy and aesthetic is close to that of Jean Dubuffet’s Musique Chauve, or Bald Music, a term coined by French art critic and Satie biographer Jean-Pierre Armingaud to describe Dubuffet’s anarchistic, untaught and uncategorized music experiments

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