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"URSULA BOGNER'S biography appears short and conventional: Born (*1946) and raised in Dortmund, she moved to Berlin at 19 to study pharmacy. Degree in hand, she immediately went to work for pharmaceutical giant Schering , followed by marriage, children and a successful ...
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FAITICHE01CD | FAITICHE

"Faitiche is very pleased to present a new album and, at the same time, a well-known name: Farben presents James DIN A4. In the summer of 2013 Farben (Jan Jelinek) remixed his way through the extensive oeuvre of the sample and collage artist James DIN A4 (Dennis Busch) ...
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FAITICHE12CD | FAITICHE

"Faitiche turns five! On the occasion of the label anniversary, Faitiche presents Jan Jelinek's Temple Vinylbox (faitiche08- 11). The box set includes four mini-LPs and brings together various strands of Jelinek's output. This includes works commissioned by museums and ...
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FAITICHE0811 | FAITICHE

"Faitiche is pleased to present Jan Jelinek's Temple. This mini-LP is the final installment in a series of four vinyl compilations that bring together the wide variety of Jelinek's music: commissioned works, live recordings, collaborations with other musicians as well ...
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FAITICHE11EP | FAITICHE

"Faitiche is delighted to present Jan Jelinek's Do you know Otahiti? (faitiche10). This Mini-LP is the third of four vinyl compilations that bring together a highly diverse range of Jelinek's works - including commissioned pieces, live recordings, collaborations with ...
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FAITICHE10EP | FAITICHE

"Three years have passed since the world first learned of Ursula Bogner's work. Since then, her identity has been surrounded by rumours, her graphic work have been exhibited (CEACC, Strasbourg, France, 2011 and elsewhere) and her compositional instructions have been ...
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FAITICHE05 | FAITICHE

"Queried on his favourite word in the German language, Masayoshi Fujita will pick 'getragen'. Further questioning will reveal that he loves the term's semantic signifiers, its inherent sense of "expansive, deep, quiet and sombre. And yet, 'getragen' leaves plenty of ...
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FAITICHE03CD | FAITICHE