Thomas Spier


Thomas Spier is an architect and photo-designer.

Spier studied architecture as an undergraduate student and trained in media design. He served as a lecturer at the University of the Arts, Berlin between 1992 and 1997, and has published in various architectural magazines and books. His work is represented in the DekaBank collection and at the German Architectural Museum, Frankfurt/Main. In 2010, he was awarded the Fotopries der Architektur at the Venice Biennale for his piece, “Menzione Speciale”. He is currently collaborating with sound artists Chris Salter and Marije Baalman on the large-scale light and sound installation, “n-polytope”.

n_polytope – Behaviours in Sound and Light After Iannis Xenakis

Stattbad I, Sun 26.01.2014, 16:00

Opening of the installation by Chris Salter, Marije Baalman and Thomas Spier

MusicMakers Hacklab Conversations

Kunstquartier Projektraum, Wed 29.01.2014, 12:00

Talks & presentations with Native Instruments / Florian Grote and Florian Schneidmadel, Robert Henke, Marije Baalman / Thomas Spier, Derek Holzer