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Selected Events & Announcements 

WFMU "Syd's Songs Sung, A Feelings Collection of Covers" with Kristin Oppenheim, 2023

March 6, 2023: WFMU is pleased to announce the release of “Syd’s Songs Sung, A Feelings Collection of Covers.” This CD features a compilation of artists and musicians, including Kristin Oppenheim, performing covers of the legendary singer-songwriter Syd Barrett.

OCMA "13 Women" with Kristin Oppenheim, 2023

February 14, 2023, Orange County Museum of Art presents “13 Women”, curated by Heidi Zuckerman. The exhibition features work from the 1960s to the present by artists including Kristin Oppenheim, who are central to the museum’s collection. The exhibition centers on the work of a group of pioneering female artists, each of whom shares the visionary qualities of the museum’s founders. 

Kristin Oppenheim, Voices Fill My Head, 2022

June 9, 2022: INFO is pleased to announce Voices Fill My Head, Kristin Oppenheim’s second double LP release on the label documenting her early sound works from the 1990s. Recorded between 1993 and 1999 in her Brooklyn studio, Voices Fill My Head features eight pieces composed solely of the artist's voice. For listeners who were fond of Night Run, Oppenheim’s first release on the label, this record reveals yet another important chapter in Oppenheim’s oeuvre.

Motto, Berlin release party for Kristin Oppenheim's "Voices Fill My Head" 2022

June 3, 2022: Please join us for a release party, listening session, and conversation with Kristin Oppenheim, for her latest LP release "Voices Fill My Head," at Motto, Berlin.

Visting Speaker Talk by Kristin Oppenheim at Newcastle University, 2021

November 10, 2021: Newcastle University presents a Visiting Speaker Talk by Kristin Oppenheim, chaired by Professors of Fine Art, Jane and Louise Wilson.

Kristin Oppenheim, Night Run, 2021

April 16, 2021: INFO is pleased to announce Night Run, the first collection of early sound works of Kristin Oppenheim. This 2LP release features eight pieces recorded between 1992 and 1995 in her Brooklyn studio. In each recording, Oppenheim’s voice is the sole medium, forming repetitious phrases half-sung and half-spoken to compose disciplined but haunting environments that drift back and forth, panning across the stereo field.

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