Soundwalk Collective New York, Berlin SOUNDWALK COLLECTIVE is an international art and genre-bending music group based between New York City and Berlin. Founded by Stephan Crasneanscki, including members Simone Merli, and Kamran Sadeghi, they formed in Manhattan to create concept albums, sound installations and live performances. The Collective combines nature, anthropology, ethnography, non-linear narratives, psychogeography and the exploration of recording and synthesis in their productions. Their source material is directly linked to specific locations, requiring long periods of investigative travel and field work. Their works feature collaborations with Berghain, Nan Goldin, Jean-Luc Godard; and Patti Smith in their homage to Nico in the album “Killer Road”. Soundwalk Collective’s installations and performances have been shown at Centre Georges Pompidou (Paris), CTM Festival (Berlin), KW Institute of Contemporary Art (Berlin), MUDAM in Luxembourg, MADRe Museum of Contemporary Art (Napoli), Barbican Centre (London).