Texts & Press

Beings and Worlds: Kerstin Ergenzinger's Notational Sketches and Perceptual Systems, Alexandra Waligorski, 2014

In her artistic works, Kerstin Ergenzinger uses machines as media and instruments for conducting inquiries with regard to the world...

An Ecology of Noise - Three Orientations, Brandon La Belle, 2017

The installation work by Kerstin Ergenzinger, Navigating Noise, eases into an existing space, spreading in and around found structures, tensing architectural borders with another type of logic. It nestles amongst the life of a place, animating particular movements through added layers of sonic matter, as small events that contribute to a growing, organic operation.

Machines That Resemble Us, Claudine Hubert, 2014

Interested in the relationship between humankind and nature’s inscrutability, Kerstin Ergenzinger creates installations that evoke a subtle, though invisible, presence, a kind of “non-absence” embodied through animated, organic objects. ...

On Rhythmanalysis, Eleni Ikoniadou & Kerstin Ergenzinger, 2018

On Rhythmanalysis is an ongoing collaborative research exchange and a bookschapter with Eleni ikoniadou (sonic mediaphilosopher and writer). The experimental chapter „On Rhythmanalyis“ was published in „What if it won‘t stop here ?“ Ed. Daniel Pies and Jan Verwoert, Archive Books, 2018.

Myopian Survey, Kerstin Ergenzinger 2011/2020

Myopian Survey started as a conceptual and physical exploration of the idea of nature, in particular of the North Amercian landscape and the ambivalent topos of the American ‘wilderness’. - Published in: Reenactments in Kunst, Gestaltung, Wissenschaft und Technologie Reenactments in Art, Design, Science and Technology Salon Digital Band / Vol. 1

Nubis et Nuclei: A Study On Noise and Precision; K. Ergenzinger, S. Stellmer u. T. Schumm, Leonardo Volume 52 | Issue 1 | February 2019 p.70-70

This study sets out to explore the perception of noise, as well as
the relation towards meaning or information that it might contain,
in arts, science, and daily life. It is realized as an installation based
on a suspended cloud of nitinol drums that create a sonic
environment evolving in time and space

VIDA Art Awards, Interview: When perception leads to doubt, Pau Waelder, 2014

Kerstin has won the First Prize in VIDA 15.0 with Rotes Rauschen (Red Noise), an installation formed by a curved sculpture, suspended in the air, and a seismometer.

Wandering Off, Nathanja van Dijk, 2017

This text is based on a day-long conversation between Patricia Pisters, Nathanja van Dijk and Kerstin Ergenzinger, in which they discussed the need to hear noise beyond the layers of order and unity that we have imposed upon our world, about bodies without organs as well as bodies in the world, about the act of walking, and about navigating noise as a fundamental component of our engagement with reality.

Une Histoire Naturelle Toucher l’ambiguïté de Kerstin Ergenzinger et Thom Laepple chez Oboro, Daniel Canty, 2014

[fr] Kerstin Ergenzinger et Thom Laepple fabriquent des systèmes nerveux. Non seulement ont-ils récemment donné naissance à une petite fille au nom lumineux d’Elin1, ...

Digital Brainstorming: Algorithmische Träume im Haus der elektronischen Künste HeK Basel, 2017

Interview. Dominik Landwehr hat sich mit der Kuratorin Sabine Himmelsbach und mit dreien der beteiligten Künstler unterhalten: Ralph Baecker (D), Kerstin Ergenzinger (D) und Pe Lang (CH).

Time & space, between noise and signal, meeting with Kerstin Ergenzinger and Simon Stellmer, 2016

Interview & Podcast, Creative Disturbance

zeich[n]en, Kunstmuseum Bonn, 2014

Publikation zur Ausstellung zeich[n]en, Kunstmuseum Bonn, 9.11.2014-25.1.2015