Sound Artist /// Composer

Kyan Bayani is a composer and sound artist currently living and working in Berlin and Luxembourg. He graduated from the University of the Arts Berlin where he studied with artists such as Sam Auinger, Robert Henke and Hans Peter Kuhn. He has since composed music for a variety of projects including theater, dance and film and is also creating Sound installations that have been shown in Berlin and Luxembourg.

The primary focus of his work is the relationship between sound, movement and the architectural space.

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Work

2015

Reprise, Luxembourg

Explicit content, Berlin, Copenhagen

Et wor alles wei emmer, Berlin
Rocket Man,

Mammejong, Luxembourg

2014

Fake it, Berlin

Petrushka, additional music

10 Years in 1 Minute – Still Moving, Berlin

New Monster, Berlin/Luxembourg 

2013

Keep It Real,  

Dante at Eschloraque, Berlin

Raw Material, Berlin

576 motoren | acrylglas, Berlin

Light my fire, Berlin

2012

En Dag am Fräien, (2012)

What about Rob, (2012, 13min)

Spectres <-> Form, (2012)

Never live twice, (2012)

You will find it, (2012)

Drei junge Regisseure und die Barockoper Xerxes, (additional music, 2012)

Frequency band collector v 0.1,  (2012)

Poggi 12 | 9v osc,  (2012)

Vierundzwanzig stunden schendelpark,  (2012)

Gold in meinen Augen,  (2012)

2011

Vertikal punkt-fläche fläche-punkt, (2011)

Dislocating bertha, (2011)

2009

Music for 5 screen installation for Arcelor Mittal, (2009, 15min)

You for me, (2009, 12min)

Oddzwiek (Resonances), (2009)

2008

Numéro 1765, (2008, 4min)

In the Shelter, (2008)

A L’abri, (2008)

Education

2011-2013

Universität der Künste Berlin, MA Sound Studies – Experimentelle Klanggestaltung

2001-2007

Leicester University, MA International Relations and World Order

Nottingham Trent University, BA (HONS) Business

1993-2000

Lycee Michel Rodange Luxembourg, Main Subjects: Economics, Mathematiques, Chemistry, Biologie, Physics, German, English, Philosophy.

Languages

Native/Bilingual: German, English, French, Luxembourgish

Conversational: Farsi, Spanish