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The musician, sound artist and theorist Antye Greie-Ripatti invites you to an exchange and coffee at Dampfzentrale!
All interested and curious people who would like to exchange about sound, activism and feminism are welcome.

As an introduction, she will talk about her work for and the networks eastfloc sound and female:pressure, and then move into an open conversation. Topics such as sound as a tool, «song as technology» and different listening technologies will be at the center of the exchange.

Antye Greie-Ripatti (AGF)

Antye Greie-Ripatti (AGF) is a sound sculptor, composer, curator, sound art facilitator, and intersectional feminist networker. Her work focuses on language, sound, listening, voice, and politics and can be summarized as ‘feminist sound technology’. In 2020, she founded RECon ( – an exhibition space for political sound and the sound activist community surrounding it.

Antye Greie-Ripatti is best known for her solo project AGF, but she is also part of The Lappetites (along with Kaffee Matthews, Ryoko Okama – and initially Eliane Radigue!). Born in East Germany, she has been living on a Finnish island for many years, together with another well-known electronic musician and producer Sassu Ripatti aka Vladislav Delay. In 2013, AGF played alongside Phill Niblock and Thomas Köner at the «Langen Nacht der elektronischen Musik» at Dampfzentrale.
Greie-Ripatti is currently in Bern to work on the project Kleefeld – Klangfeld in the west of Bern.

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