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TEXTS (TWO)


AAJ-LogoInterview with New York based trombonist Clifton Anderson (11/2020), AllAboutJazz.com 

AAJ-LogoInterview with US-American, Amsterdam based pianist Burton Greene (04/2020), AllAboutJazz.com

AAJ-LogoInterview with New York based multi-instrumentalist Casey Benjamin (2018/19), AllAboutJazz.com (March 6 2019).

AAJ-LogoInterview with Amsterdam based drummer Clarence Becton (Jan 01 2016), AllAboutJazz.com (Jan 19 2017).

Jazz Podium, issue 63, November 2014Phone interview with New York trombonist Clifton Anderson (August 2014), in: Jazz Podium, issue 63, November 2014, pp. 36-37. (English translation)

Cover_ProfoundSoundTrio_OpusDeLifeReview of: Profound Sound Trio – Andrew Cyrille, Paul Dunmall, Henry Grimes, Opus De Life, Porter Records, #PRCD – 4032, Jazz Podium, issue 58, September 2009, p. 72 (English translation by J. Bradford Robinson).

HenryGrimes_SignsAlongTheRoad_Köln_2007Press Release (2007) on: Henry Grimes, Signs Along The Road, Poems, Cologne 2007, jazzitalia.net (April 28 2007).

OkwuiEnwezor_Hg_ExperimenteMitDerWahrheit_Ostfildern_2003Review (2003; unpublished) of: Okwui Enwezor et al.  (ed.), Experimente mit der Wahrheit:  Rechtssysteme im Wandel und die Prozesse der Wahrheitsfindung und Versöhnung (Experiments with Truth:  Transitional Justice and the Process of Truth and Reconciliation).  Dokumenta 11_Plattform2, Ostfildern-Ruit 2002.

TRoesch+BFrenz_Backspin_2002Backspin - Collaborative work by Thomas Rösch (textual concept) and Barbara Frenz (visual concept), edition of 20 copies respectively: Original gingerbread heart ca. 45 x 35 cm and photography of the same subject 30 x 42 cm, 2002, Europäische ZentralGalerie, Frankfurt am Main (not available anymore)

taz_1.+2.9.2007_p.1  In 2007 'Backspin' has been published in German newspaper die tageszeitung (taz), Saturday/Sunday, 1./2. September 2007, taz-Dossier <30 years of German Autumn> (p. 2-12), p. 9 (as an illustration to: Christian Schneider, Der innere Todfeind. Die Sprache der RAF und ihres Umfelds zeigt vor allem eines: den innigen Wunsch, sich von der eigenen Herkunft loszusagen)

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