RCO designs electronic circuits and wires everyday objects to create sounds and experiment with self-generated noises. Different gadgets, acoustic sources and cardiac pacemakers are brought together in feedback loops and overlays and arranged in multilayered sound installations.
Live, RCO realizes ephemeral and improvised installations that take up peculiarities of the respective location and let them flow into the continuously varying sound structures.
Karl Heinz Jeron
was born in 1962 in Memmingen, Germany. He lives and works in Athens and Berlin. His art deals with everyday culture, media perception and information processing. This ranges from performances with singing and dancing robots, to compositions with electronically interconnected vegetables, to audio tours in wind parks. His work has been shown at ZKM Karlsruhe, Ars Electronica Linz, Documenta X, ICA London, Walker Art Museum Minneapolis, Berlinische Galerie Berlin, and Museum of Modern Art San Francisco, among others.
The conceptual artist lives and works in Berlin, Leipzig and Athens. His artistic activity is process-oriented, performative, poetic and mostly serial. The focus is on interventions in existing systems as well as constructions of social spaces and interactive events. In his current work, the artist puts down his name.