Sound composition belonging to the photo series 'RIOTS', Morgenland Gallery, Hamburg, © Ele Runge 2021
Sound composition 'within', exhibition 'between, beyond', Q Gallery, Schorndorf, © Ele Runge 2021
Sound composition for performance and video for GLASS, MEET THE FUTURE Film Festival 2021, comissioned by North Lands Creative, Schottland, und Glasmuseum Frauenau.
© Ele Runge 2021
This sound is based on clarinet tunes from 3 different clarinets (Pamela Coats) and construction sounds. I composed it for the installation project 'konkret.fließend', by Simone Fezer and Collective. It took place at Frappant Gallery in Hamburg in September 2019. © Ele Runge
Uzun Ince Bir Yoldayim (I walk on a long and narrow road) was the sound loop for the photo series 'torn' as part of the exhibition - you all knew - in Hamburg 2018. The bnw photo series shows people who are on a forced journey due to flight or homelessness. The sound is based on a song by the Turkish singer Aşik Veysel. © Ele Runge 2018
Sound for the exhibition forever and ever - inheritance plastic at GEDOK Hamburg gallery 2019 © Ele Runge 2019
This documentation is a joint project of the concert organist Kerstin Petersen and me, funded by the music fund and the Federal Office for Culture and Media.
The organ work 'bei mir' by Alyssa Aska (Graz) was created on the basis of a commissioned composition as part of ORGEL AKTUELL. Additional inspiration for this was the watercolor 'Maria von Magdala' by Mehrdad Zaeri (Mannheim). I was commissioned to produce this video. In part 1 it contains an interview with Alyssa Aska and Mehrdad Zaeri via ZOOM and then in part 2 the organ work, played by Kerstin Petersen. It was premiered on the occasion of an organ devotion in the Church of St. Marien in Hamburg-Ottensen on March 21, 2021
© Ele Runge/Kerstin Petersen
The Video was part of the GLASS, MEET THE FUTURE Film Festival 2021, commissioned by North Lands Creative in Scotland, filmed at Glass Museum Frauenau, 2021.
Film and sound composition by © Ele Runge,
Concept and performance by © Simone Fezer.
Video und soundcomposition © Ele Runge - Teaser Video for Simone Fezer's exhibition at Glass Museum Frauenau, 2020/2021 due to closed doors during corona lockdowns. photos/videoclips/text Simone Fezer
konkret.fließend - VideoLoop 1 - Frappant Gallery Hamburg, Video © Ele Runge 2019
konkret.fließend - VideoLoop 2 - Frappant Galerie Hamburg, Video © Ele Runge 2019
Ele Runge (video und percussion) and Pamela Coats (clarinet) based on a composition by Ilse Fromm Michaels, ca. 1922. The video was part of the PAV Stip 2021 granted by KULTURWERK SH e.V.,
Germany. According to the composition the video has three parts: Klage (lament), Schalkslaune (joking mood) and Schwermut (melancholia), which we transferred into different times so as 1920,
1970/80, 2020/21. The times are pointed up with different outfits and cinematic effects aswell as sparingly added percussion.
© Ele Runge/Pamela Coats
lockdown . almost nowhere to go . only few people to meet. But still there sre lots of possibilities for commenting to each other. For keeping in touch. Nerve cords lead anywhere.
© Ele Runge 2021
drowned! lost! forgotten?
water - coldness - pain - grief - misery - incomprehension - rejection - death - drowning - freeze - ice - fear - worry - distance - irresponsibility
Video and sound © Ele Runge, 2021
Structures ... we live and move within them, in more or less firmly established processes. We think they are safe. But are they really? Video © Ele Runge, 2019
The sound of breakings - exhibition at nachtspeicher23 e.V., 2018
I'm really sorry for his dog - Installation with Sound, Emslandmuseum, 2017
'es ist Zeit, dass es Zeit wird' after a poem by Paul Celan, photo/video installation, exhibition at Kulturforum Pampin, 2020.
© Ele Runge 2020
drowned! lost! forgotten?
no home - no place - no food - no school - no light - no warmth - no understanding - no closeness - no help - no trust
Video and sound © Ele Runge 2021
can we still make it? - VideoLoop - exhibition Rijswijk/DenHaag, NL, Video © Ele Runge 2019
'How can I learn with THIS head' - art project Neumünster, 2019 Video © Bader Antaki
and on and on you go - spatial Installation with Sound exhibition in Hamburg 2016 and Emslandmuseum 2017