Neo Hülcker

Neo Hülcker is a composer performer whose work focuses on music as anthropological research in everyday life environments. Their compositions evolve as situations, performance-installations, actions and interventions, and deal with digital subculture (like ASMR), childhood, human-animal-relations, queer practice and cultural hacking.
Hülcker studied composition with Dieter Mack and Harald Muenz at Musikhochschule Lübeck and with Manos Tsangaris and Franz Martin Olbrisch at Hochschule für Musik Carl Maria von Weber Dresden.
They founded the youtube channel feminist ASMR (in collaboration with Stellan Veloce and Katie Lee Dunbar), as well as the channel ASMR studio berlin (in collaboration with mam.manufaktur für aktuelle Musik).
Hülcker performs as the ASMR artist Thousand Tingles and is a part of the agency ASMR yourself with whom they performed at HAU Berlin, PACT Zollverein, Akademie der Künste Berlin and Münchner Kammerspiele.
Neo Hülcker is a part of the Y-E-S collective, who publishes music dealing with performativity, temporality, sound as physical experience and the cultural frames of concerts (y-e-s.org).
They created compositions and installations such as „ear action“ (2016) with Stellan Veloce, „crackles“ (2016) and „good dog“ (2017) for MOCREP, „gib Pfötchen“ (2017) for Maulwerker and „Da war ich noch nie in meinem ganzen Leben“ (2017), „Musik für tote Tiere“ (since 2017) and „tentaculus ohri“ (2018) with Antonia Baehr.
Hülckers work has been performed by ensembles such as Ensemble ascolta, Ensemble Radar, mam. Manufaktur für aktuelle Musik, Ensemble Garage, Maulwerker and decoder ensemble, MOCREP among others. They have collaborated with Antonia Baehr, Henry Wilde, Mario de Vega, Tomomi Adachi, The Agency, Stellan Veloce, Lucie Vitkova, Johnny Chang, Andy Ingamells, Elisabeth R. Hager, Matthias Kaul, Eva Zöllner, Bill Dietz and Jennifer Torrence.  Hülcker`s compositions have been performed at Wittener Tage für neue Kammermusik (DE), Wien Modern (A), Warschauer Herbst  (PL), London Contemporary Music Festival (GB),  Münchener Biennale (DE), Blurred Edges (Hamburg, DE),  Frontiers Festival (Birmingham, GB), Sound Acts (Athen, GR), Internationale Ferienkurse für Neue Musik Darmstadt (DE), Klangwerkstatt (Berlin, DE), Dark Music Days (Reykjavik, IS), Moving Music Festival (DE), SSSS! (Chicago), bam festival (B) and elswhere.

 

 

Neo Hülcker / Neele Hülcker

 is a composer performer whose work focuses on music as anthropological research in everyday life environments. Their compositions evolve as situations, performance-installations, actions and interventions, and work with different kinds of public spaces.

 

They studied composition with Dieter Mack and Harald Muenz at Musikhochschule Lübeck, and with Manos Tsangaris and Franz Martin Olbrisch at Hochschule für Musik Carl Maria von Weber Dresden. They graduated with a Masters degree in 2013. In 2014 they have been a fellow of the Junge Akademie at the Akademie der Künste Berlin.

 

Neo Hülcker founded the youtube channel feminist ASMR (in collaboration with Stellan Veloce and Katie Lee Dunbar), as well as the channel ASMR studio berlin (in collaboration with mam.manufaktur für aktuelle Musik).

 

They perform as the ASMR artist Thousand Tingles and are a part of the agency ASMR yourself with whom they performed at HAU Berlin, PACT Zollverein, Akademie der Künste Berlin and Münchner Kammerspiele.

 

Hülckers work has been performed by ensembles such as MOCREP, Ensemble ascolta, Ensemble Radar, mam. Manufaktur für aktuelle Musik, Ensemble Garage, Maulwerker and decoder ensemble among others. Neo Hülcker has collaborated with Antonia Baehr, Henry Wilde, Mario de Vega, Tomomi Adachi, The Agency, Stellan Veloce, Lucie Vitkova, Johnny Chang, Andy Ingamells, Elisabeth Hager, Matthias Kaul, Eva Zöllner, Bill Dietz and Jennifer Torrence. Their compositions have been performed at Wittener Tage für neue Kammermusik (DE), Wien Modern (A), Warschauer Herbst (PL), London Contemporary Music Festival (GB), Münchener Biennale (DE), Blurred Edges (Hamburg, DE), Frontiers Festival (Birmingham, GB), Sound Acts (Athen, GR), Internationale Ferienkurse für Neue Musik Darmstadt (DE), Klangwerkstatt (Berlin, DE), Dark Music Days (Reykjavik, IS), Moving Music Festival (DE) and elswhere.