PAUL SCHüTZE (born 1 May 1958) is an Australian artist resident in
* 1 Biography
* 2 Discography
* 2.1 Studio albums * 2.2 Released under a pseudonym * 2.3 Soundtrack albums * 2.4 Collaboration albums * 2.5 Compilation albums
* 3 References * 4 External links
Schütze was born in
Schütze spent the next decade writing scores for films. His first feature soundtrack, The Tale of Ruby Rose (1987), won the Australian Film Institute Award for Best original Music Score. During this period Schütze lectured on film sound at both Swinburne Institute and AFTRS and worked as a film critic both in print and on national radio.
In collaboration with Michael Trudgeon, Anthony Kitchener and Dominic
Lowe, Schütze curated and featured in Deus Ex Machina, an ambitious
In 1992 Schütze re-located to
In 2000 Schütze was invited to exhibit in Sonic Boom at the Hayward
In 2002 Schütze began working with Alan Cristea Gallery London. In 2003 his first solo show Vertical Memory opened at ACG. The show included prints, video, sound and a huge wall work in which the whole of Alain Robbe-Grillet ’s novel Topology of A Phantom City was rendered as a continuous plane of silver text. In 2004, Stiftelsen 314 in Bergen, Norway mounted his solo show Garden of Instruments. This was the next stage in a large-scale project that began in 1997 with the release of Schutze’s spoken architectural opera Second Site and continued with a series of lightboxes for ACG also in 2004. This project, which is still ongoing, now has its own site.
In 2006 Schütze began to work with Galleria Estiarte in Madrid
showing prints, videos and lightboxes. His work is also shown at the
Alan Cristea Gallery in London. Following Schütze's two residencies
at Cité des Arts in Paris making photographs, a solo show of
photography – Twilight Science – opened in
An ongoing commission (initiated in 1999) to make a sound work for James Turrell’s Roden Crater has involved several research trips and has now been completed as a five-hour installation piece in Dolby Surround .
In 2011 Schütze launched dressingtheair.com, an open access online platform for multisensory creativity.
* Deus Ex Machina (1989) * The Annihilating Angel; Or, The Surface of the World (1990) * New Maps of Hell (1992) * New Maps of Hell II: The Rapture of Metals (1993) * The Surgery of Touch (1994) * Apart (1995) * Abysmal Evenings (1996) * Nine Songs From the Garden of Welcome Lies (1997) * Second Site: 27°37'35" N 77°13'05" E (1997) * Stateless (1997) Schütze's contribution to Driftworks * Third Site (1999) * The Gazing Engine (1999) * Writing on Water: Twenty-two Dreams Recalled (2001) * Seven Degrees Live (2002) * Plasma Falls (2002) * Dressing The Air (2002)
RELEASED UNDER A PSEUDONYM
* Regard: Music by Film (1991) * Isabelle Eberhardt: The Oblivion Seeker (1994)
* Narratives: Music for Fiction (1996) with Voice of Eye & Robert Rich * Site Anubis (1996) with Phantom City * Fell (1996) with Andrew Hulme * The Ulm Concert (1997) with Simon Hopkins * Shiva Recoil: Live/Unlive (1997) with Phantom City * Driftworks (1997) with Thomas Koner , Nijiumu, Pauline Oliveros & Randy Raine-Reusch * Third Site Live (2010) with Raoul Bjorkenheim , Simon Hopkins ">
* ^ AFI Award * ^ www.dressingtheair.com