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Christopher Bauder is a light artist, designer, inventor and musician all in one.

Christopher Bauder is a light artist, designer and inventor all in one.

Since studying Visual Communication and Experimental Media Design at the Berlin University of the Arts, Bauder has worked as an artist around the world, focusing on the transfer of bits and bytes into real space and vice versa. Light, object, space and sound are the central elements of his work.

Bauder's most famous work is probably the art installation LICHTGRENZE, which he created with his brother Marc in 2014 to mark the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall.

Christopher Bauder's installations and performances have delighted audiences around the world. His work has been shown at the Centre Pompidou Paris, the Noor Festival Riyadh, the MUTEK Festival Montreal, the CTM & Transmediale Festival Berlin, the Festival of Lights Lyon, the National Museum of Fine Arts Taiwan and the National Centre for the Performing Arts in Beijing, among others.

Christopher Bauder founded the design studio WHITEvoid in 2004. WHITEvoid develops spatial installations, visualisations and products for exhibitions, events, festivals and concerts. The studio consists of specialists in architecture, scenography, mechanics, electronics and software. This was followed in 2013 by the creation of KINETIC LIGHTS, a company specialising in the development and production of professional kinetic lighting technology.
In 2021, Bauder opened his DARK MATTER light art exhibition in Berlin. More than half a million people have already visited the permanent exhibition, which offers an overview of his work from the last 20 years. With the special open-air exhibitions WINTERLIGHTS and SOMMERLIGHTS, Bauder and his team have created additional seasonal highlights for DARK MATTER, which have quickly become visitor magnets, not least thanks to the popular live events. 

His projects have received numerous awards, including the German Lighting Design Award, the Design Award of the Federal Republic of Germany, the Reddot Design Award, the iF Communication Design Award, the Cannes Lions and the Iconic Architecture Award.
Christopher Bauder lives and works in Berlin, Germany.


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Kangding Ray (David Letellier) is an electronic music producer based in Berlin.

Kangding Ray (David Letellier) is an electronic music producer, born in France, and based in Berlin.

There are few musicians who manage to explore the convergence between techno and experimental as successfully as Kangding Ray. Since his debut on raster-noton, he has undergone a continuous transformation of his sound, led by a rare attention to sound texture and a constant avant-gardist attitude. From the filigrane digital landscapes of his debuts to the massive panoramic compositions of his last releases, Kangding Ray managed to establish himself as one of the most forward-thinking producer of his time, and one which has helped building and enriching the sound of the prestigious Raster-Noton label.


The aesthetic domains of his home labels, Raster-Noton and Stroboscopic Artefacts, epitomize his complex sound; an aesthetic that tests boundaries, evolving tirelessly in its exploration of texture, rhythm, and sound design.

​Letellier’s foundations in rock and musique concrète give his music a vitality and uniqueness that has won over fans the world over, from discerning avant-garde electronica listeners all the way to devoted clubbers. Those who have been following Letellier since his debut album, 2006’s Stabil, will recognise not only his meticulous and constantly developing approach to sound design, but also the conceptual gravity behind his releases.


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