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-->     Friday, January 24th, 2014 @ 7PM and MIDNIGHT

(*followed by music with DJ jomar)


LAZAR CRASH – a Multimedia Duet


with Anik & Leo Lazar (supported by Kulturbehoerde Hamburg)





















We want to collide the idea of performance in visual arts with the idea of performance in pop music and – in the best case – ride on the coattails of our generated identity crisis.


We want to bring up the question of so-called disharmony – without the obligatory absence of so-called harmony.


So-called order and so-called disorder.


Straight beats, deconstructed by noise, deconstructed by sweet harmonies…

This time we use a drum set, a drum synthesizer, two voices, two korg monotrons (analogue ribbon synthesizers), a candy-baseball-bat, chains, metal junk and TVs…


There will be two performances. One will begin promptly at 7:30; then again at midnight. Guests will be asked to kindly vacate the premises between sets.

Additional entertainment provided by DJ jomar.



Leo Lazar

Born in Frankfurt, Germany in 1985, freelance musician, multi-instrumentalist, songwriter (music and text), arranger, and producer. From 2003 to 2006 he studied at the Hamburg School of Music. He lives and works in Hamburg. Music is his language; he is committed to its boundlessness, its ubiquity.



Anik Lazar

Born in Frankfurt, Germany in 1982, lives and works in Hamburg. She studied at the Hochschule für bildende Kunst Hamburg from 2004 to 2013. Her work ranges from performance and installation to sculpture, painting, drawing, sometimes interwoven to a dazzling whole, with a liability to a total work of art.




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