30.07 – 30.09.2014


After completing his half-year of residency with DAAD Artists-in-Berlin in July 2014, Konrad Korabiewski joins together with Canadian sound and radio artist Anna Friz as artists/curators in residence at Liebig 12 from 30.07 – 30.09.2014.

The duo will each be developing a new sound-based installation work, as well as featuring other artist duos for several evenings of performance and process during the residency.


Anna Friz is a Canadian sound and radio artist, and media studies scholar. She has performed and exhibited widely across North America, South America, and Europe, and her radio art/works have been commissioned by national public radio in Canada, Australia, Austria, Denmark, Finland, Germany, and Mexico. She held a post-doctoral fellowship in the Sound Department at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (2011-2013). In the past year she has been artist in residence at Skaftfell Center for Visual Art in Seydisfjördur, Iceland, at radioCONA in Ljubljana, Slovenia, and at Laznia Centre for Contemporary Art in Gdansk, Poland. Anna is a Wave Farm/ free103point9 transmission artist. more under:


Polish | Danish | Icelandic  Konrad Korabiewski (1978) is an award-winning experimental multimedia artist, based in Berlin and Seyðisfjörður, east Iceland. In 2011, Konrad Korabiewski won the international sound art competition Europe – A Sound Panorama (2011), and together with mixed media artist Litten (dk) created the pioneering and prize awarded crossover interactive art-book project Affected As Only A Human Being Can Be (2010). He holds a Masters degree in Electronic Music Composition from The Royal Academy of Music, Aarhus, Denmark. more under:



Konrad Korabiewski and Anna Friz are running the Icelandic-based independent artist-run organization Skálar – Sound Art and Experimental Music, which acts as both an artist collective and a mobile curatorial platform, and produces a nomadic festival, international exchanges, and limited edition releases of audio and audio-visual works. Skálar works with related international institutions to form a network of artist interchange and presentation possibilities in Iceland and abroad, with the objective of undertaking sound-based artistic experiments, collaborations, presentations, and studies with artists working across disciplines. Skálar is particularly interested to generate and support artistic practices which highlight unstable systems, open spaces to new interpretations and use, and which engage in perceptual feedback and affect between site and subject. more under: