Robert Lippok is a musician and visual artist. He is a member of the curatorial board at the Spatial Sound Institute, Budapest and a visiting lecturer at NYU Berlin. In 1983, Robert Lippok and his brother Ronald Lippok founded the Berlin band Ornament und Verbrechen. In the 90s, they worked with the Düsseldorf musician Stefan Schneider as To Rococo Rot, releasing on Fat Cat, City Slang, Warp, Sub Rosa, and other labels. Since 2001, Lippok has stayed active with solo projects on raster-noton and raster-media. As a visual artist, he deals with movement, spatial sound and architecture. His recent works include ηχώ (Festival of Futures Nows, Neue Nationalgalerie Berlin, 2014), Seven Movements for an Autopoietic Maschine(nGbK Berlin, 2019), Non-Face with Lucas Gutierrez (The New Infinity, Berliner Festspiele, 2019), the soundtrack to the video installation Towards No Earthly Poleby Julian Charrière (MASI Lugano, 2019), and the performance Songs of the Transindigenous Assembly with Joulia Strauss (Down to Earth, Gropius Bau, Berlin, 2020).
As of June 2022