Max Neuhaus


Our perception of space depends as much
on what we hear as on what we see
. m.n.

Active Soundworks

since 1990 Three 'Similar' Rooms, Galleria Giorgio Persano, Turin
since 1992 Three to One, AOK Building, Kassel
since 1993 (untitled), Collection CAPC Musée d'Art Moderne, Bordeaux
since 1996 (untitled), Collection Castello di Rivoli, Museo d'Arte Contemporanea, Turin
since 1999 (untitled), Collection Swisscom, Worblaufen-Bern
since 1999 Suspended Sound Line, Collection Kunst im öffentlichen Raum, Bern
since 2002 Times Square, Collection: Dia Art Foundation, New York
since 2002 La Barma, Collection: Pierre Huber, Saint Luc, Switzerland
since 2002 Promenade du Pin, Collection: Fonds Contonal d'Art Contemporian, Geneva
since 2003 Time Piece Graz, Kunsthaus Graz am Landesmuseum Joanneum
since 2006 Time Piece Beacon, Dia:Beacon, Beacon, Collection: Dia Art Foundation, New York
since 2007 Eybesfeld, 2007 Collection: Conrad-Eybesfeld
since 2007 Time Piece Stommeln, 2007 Collection: City of Pulheim, Germany
since 2008 Sound Figure, 2007 Collection: The Menil Collection, Houston

Max Neuhaus is the pioneer of artistic activities with sound. A renowned
interpreter of contemporary music while still in his twenties, Neuhaus
went on to become the first to extend sound as an autonomous medium
into the domain of contemporary art.