Olaf Schirm

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News / 29. July 2022

Works shown at exhibition “Überschau”

My new AI-Scenographics are shown first time ever at:


Aug. 2nd to Sept. 3rd 2022
Opening: Friday, Aug 5th 2022 | 7-10pm
CSR.ART by DEEDS.LAB | Friedrichstraße 67-70 | Quartier 205 | 10117 Berlin-Mitte | Mo – Sa 10 – 20 Uhr

Fiona Ackerman (*1978, CAN / Malerei), Ondrej Drescher (*1977 Wolfen, DEU / Malerei), Birgit Fechner (*1962 München, DEU / Malerei), Albrecht Genin (*1945 Oldenburg, DEU † 2013 Berlin / Malerei, Skulptur), Anthony Gerace (*1983, CAN / Collage), Poren Huang (*1970 Taiwan, Provinz Taichung, TWN / Skulptur), Alexandra Huber (*1955 Landau/Pfalz, DEU / Malerei), Paula Klien (*1968 Rio de Janeiro, BRA / Digigrafie), Clemens Krauss (*1981, AUT / Malerei), Ricard Larsson (*1953 Stockholm, SWE / Skulptur), Jiny Lan (*1970, Xiuyan, Provinz Liaoning, CHN / Malerei, Mixed Media), Miriam Lenk (*1975 Konstanz, DEU / Skulptur), Jan Muche (*1975 Herford, DEU / Malerei), Erik Nieminen (*1985 Ottawa, CAN / Malerei), Jannis Paetzold (*1986, DE / Collage), Römer + Römer (*1978 Moskau, RUS, *1968 Aachen, DEU / Malerei), Olaf Schirm + KI (OSKI) (*1958 Berlin, DEU / KI-Szenografie), Sabine Schneider (*1956 Berlin, DEU / Malerei), Daniel Maria Thurau (*1974, Köthen, DEU / Malerei), Ruscha Voormann (*1992 Flensburg, DEU / Malerei), Berit-Kristina Weiss(*1971, DE / Malerei), K Young (GBR / Collage), Special guest from 2nd to 4th August: Jo Berghammer (*1953 Pößneck, DE / Fotocollage) in collaboration with Sebastian Krüger (*1963 Hameln, DE / Malerei, Karikatur)

News / 25. April 2022

New Song “Morte et Dabo”

“Morte et Dabo”
A song about pain and hope. Part of the LEO Chronicles

Symboter – Morte et Dabo

News / 26. November 2021

New song “1920s”

The golden 1920 in Berlin lasted only 8 years and were “golden” only for very few of the citizens, most of them suffered in the hunger winter after WW1 and most of the young and middle aged men, partners were gone forever. It took 20 years to grow up new childs who became soldiers and victims again in WW2. This song takes some fragmented snipplets of lightfeeted songs from the 1920s and let them appear in granular waves where the drama shines through the superficial and momentary joy. It is part of “The Leo Chronicles”, a concept album about my grandfather Leo, victim of the Shoa.

News / 26. October 2021

New Song “Ge-ha-be”

Song about an artificial intelligence which learns to speak and ends with the german word “Gehabe” (something like “strange behaviour”). I did work 11 months on this project. The song is musically based on a phoneme generator which supplies an interesting sound-color and forms the basis of the evolving story.