Munich-based digital Artist Birthe Blauth presents works from her group of works “Noise” at the UNPAINTED artstore.
Noise, White Noise or other noise – no matter what its origin – is what disturbs sound and image. It’s what we want to get away with. Noise is too complex and cannot be classified. Noise as image or sound has the inexhaustible potential to develop into everything. Noise offers an infinite variety.
The artist uses digitally recorded white noise to recreate in videos, paintings, drawings, objects and installations how order and structures can arise from chaos and disorder, and when meaning and meaning become apparent to humans.
In all her works, Birthe Blauth deals with the patterns and laws by which we perceive, structure our environment and develop our culture. This includes how natural laws and structures arose in the first place, whether the world could be completely different and whether and what freedom we have within these structures.
Birthe works on her subjects through digital means, but often also goes the way of transforming apparitions from the digital world into the physical world.
She has received many awards for her work, such as the HausderKunstPreis and the Dr. Theobald Simon Prize. She was a resident of the prestigious International Studio & Curatorial Program in Brooklyn, New York. For years, she has been represented in numerous international exhibitions. Birthe Blauth has been working closely with UNPAINTED since its inception.