Antye Greie

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Antye Greie
Antye Greie AGF, April 2010, London.jpg
Antye Greie performing on 23 April 2010 with Gudrun Gut in London.
Background information
Born 1969 (age 44–45)
Ebersbach, East Germany
Genres Experimental, Electronica, Electroacoustic, Glitch
Occupations vocalist, producer, composer, sound artist, new media
Instruments vocals, electronics
Years active 1996–present
Labels AGF Producktion, Orthlorng Musork, Kitty-Yo, BPitch Control, Asphodel
Associated acts Vladislav Delay, Ellen Allien, Eliane Radigue
Website www.poemproducer.com, www.antyegreie.com

Antye Greie aka AGF or poemproducer is a vocalist, musician, composer, producer, and new media artist. She was born and raised in East Germany and developed an early interest for music and poetry and philosophy. She has been exploring speech and spoken word combined with electronic music, as well as working on sound installations, pop songs, calligraphy and her website poemproducer.com.

As digital media artist Antye Greie works with moving image, audio visualization and real time video processing. In 2009 as part of the collective The Lappetites she staged the multimedia opera 'Fathers' in Berlin Haus der Kulturen der Welt [1]

In 2011 she initiated the arts organization Hai Art [2] on the island of Hailuoto and acts as curator and executive producer since.

Greie has written 2 feature film scores, theater and dance plays. [3]

Greie performs as AGF (solo), AGF/DELAY (with Vladislav Delay), with Zavoloka, The Dolls (with Vladislav Delay and Craig Armstrong), Laub (with Jotka), and The Lappetites (with Eliane Radigue, Kaffe Matthews and Ryoko Kuwajima).

Personal life[edit]

In 2006 she gave birth to a daughter fathered by partner Sasu Ripatti. She lived in Berlin from 1996 to 2008. In 2008 she moved with her family to Hailuoto, Finland. In 2012, she and longtime partner Sasu Ripatti were wed.[1]

  1. ^ "Timeline Photos". Retrieved 25 November 2012. 

Discography[edit]

LONGPLAYER

  • AGF & Various, Kuuntele, 2013, AGF Producktion, CD Book
  • AGF, Source Voice, 2013, LINE [Segments], CD
  • AGF, Beatnadel, 2011, AGF Producktion, CD
  • AGF & Various, Gedichterbe, 2011, AGF Producktion, CD Book
  • AGF & Craig Armstrong, Orlando, 2011, AGF Producktion, CD
  • AGF, Filter, 2010, AGF Producktion, digital
  • Greie Gut Fraktion, Baustelle, 2010, Monika Enterprise, CD
  • Antye Greie aka AGF, Einzelkaempfer, 2009, AGF Producktion, CD
  • AGF/DELAY, Symptoms, 2009, B-Pitch, CD
  • AGF, Dance Floor Drachen, 2008, AGF Producktion, digital
  • AGF, Words Are Missing, 2008, AGF Producktion, CD
  • LAUB, Deinetwegen, 04/2007, AGF Producktion, CD
  • Zavoloka & AGF, Nature Never Produces the Same Beat Twice, 04/2006, AGF Producktion & Nexsound, CD
  • AGF.3 & Sue.C, Mini Movies, 02/2006, Asphodel, CD
  • The Dolls, The Dolls, 2005, Huume Recordings, CD
  • AGF/DELAY, Explode, 02/2005, AGF Producktion, CD
  • The Lappetites, Before The Libretto, 10/2005, Quecksilber, CD
  • AGF, Language Is The Most, 2004, Quecksilber, CD
  • AGF, Westernization Completed, 11/2003, Orthlong Musork, CD, 06/2004, AGF Producktion, CD
  • LAUB, Filesharing, 02/2002, Kitty-Yo, CD
  • AGF, Head Slash Bauch, 01/2002, Orthlong Musork, CD/LP
  • LAUB, Intuition Remixes, 09/1999, Kitty-Yo, CD
  • LAUB, Unter anderen Bedingungen als Liebe, 05/1999, CD
  • Tritop, Rosenwinkel, 1998, Infracom, CD/LP
  • LAUB, Kopflastig, 09/1997, Kitty-Yo, CD
  • LAUB, Miniversum, 1997, Kitty-Yo, CDS

Selected Awards, Grants, References[edit]

  • Ars Electronica Award of Distinction in Digital Music 2004
  • Ars Electronica Jury of Digital Music in Linz 2005
  • The Wire Magazine, Cover story May 2006 issue
  • Jury member of Radio Art in Murcia, Spain 2009
  • Deutscher Musikrat, production grant “Gedichterbe” 2010
  • Finnish Arts Council, One year Artist Grant 2011
  • Ars Electronica Jury of Digital Music in Linz 2012
  • Ars Electronica Honory mention of “Gedichterbe” in Digital Music 2013
  • Case Pyhajoki project grant from Kone Foundatation for 2013
  • Finnish Arts Council, 0,5 year artist grant by 2014

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