Audioguide: Erzählungen vom Tod: Begräbniskultur und Mentalität im Wandel der Zeit In collaboration with the institute for specialist journalism of the JLU Gießen Introduced on 29 June 2017 at the Old Graveyard Gießen
AVEV is a group of musicians, composers and audio producers consisting of Fabrizio Costantino, Martin Giemza, Patrick Pahner and Philipe Zenz. Since the summer of 2014, we are working on various musical and artistic projects. We complement each other with our different musical background and our different practical abilities. Since we are also active in the field of musicology, we can additionally base our creative work on scientific knowledge.
We design individual sounds as well as musical concepts for individual projects. Since our co-operation, we have been involved in several projects in the fields of film, audio drama and video games. We work with creative people from all over Germany and beyond. We are always interested in introducing ourselves to new creative projects developing original ideas. At the same time, we are working on our own projects, realizing our own agenda.
a vision evolved
AVEV means a vision evolved - a vision that unfolds.
We are always trying new ideas instead of using the same old schemes over and over again. We want to allow our creativity to develop beyond uniform conventions. Our Goal is to provide individual and at the same time functional audio concepts.
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