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there ain´t no cowboy in my hair
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I sense a leak inside my phone now from all the lies I have told
I sense a spy up in the chimney from all the evidence I’ve burned
I sense a runner in the garden although my judgements known to fail
I know the leak is going to tell you there ain’t no puppy in your leash
I know the spy is going to tell you it’s not my flag up in the pole
I know the runner’s going to tell you there ain’t no cowboy in my hair…
 
 
_music 
OLDSPEAK (Average Negative) // soundcloud.com/oldspeakmusic
MIEKO SUZUKI (Kookoo) // www.mixcloud.com/mieko
ARA (Kookoo) // www.mixcloud.com/kookoo
_art 
SARAH LÜDEMANN (gold foil) // www.sarahluedemann.com
YUKIHIRO TAGUCHI (stop motion) // yukihirotaguchi.wordpress.com
CARLY FISCHER (cardboard) // www.carlyfischer.com
 
OLDSPEAK 
is a musician and DJ from rural Michigan with a love for uncommon soundscapes and wonky grooves. In Berlin, he co-founded Average Negative, a cross-platform label releasing music and curating visual art. Oldspeak is strongly opposed to the concept of Newspeak, a tool created to limit freedom of thought and concepts such as freedom, self-expression, individuality, and peace.
SARAH LÜDEMANN 
is a fine artist based in Berlin. Her work is concerned with life cycles, birth, death and rebirth, focused on repetition, patterns, destruction, construction and resurrection, centered around polar opposites and their motion forces, like gender, gaze, perception and communication. Repeat. Look. Repeat. Watch closely. Repeat again.
YUKIHIRO TAGUCHI 
 is a medium. He creates installations and interventions based on the inspiration he gets from each specific site, mostly working with stop-motion video. This approach results in visual feedback loops enhancing the experience of everyone present in the given space at the given time.
CARLY FISCHER 
is a sculptural installation artist from Melbourne, Australia. Her practice explores the precariousness of place and cultural identity in an increasingly globalised contemporary reality. She fabricates paper sculptures and cardboard environments that inhabit an ambiguously hybrid and fascinating space.
MIEKO SUZUKI & ARA 
are the hosts of the bi-monthly KOOKOO nights, events establishing a dialogue between electronic music and visual art, between the amazing space at OHM Gallery in Berlin-Mitte and a very dedicated audience.
Let’s go KOOKOO! 
f.b
 
OHM gallery
köpenickerstr. 70, 10179, berlin

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