Florian Tuercke (Germany, 1977) artworks are interdisciplinary and mostly based on specific concepts, which the author develops using interactive systems and innovative technologies. A focal point of his work is the public space, analyzed through a combination of audio and video elements, performances, installations and web-art. Tuercke graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Nuremberg and is co-founder of the Urban Research Institute. Since 2005 his project Urban Audio examines public space in terms of musical composition, creating special tools to transform in musical melodies sounds recorded in the environment. Over the past few years, his work documented the soundscapes mutations in Zurich, Budapest, Tallinn, Turku, Gdansk and various German and US cities.
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