Thomas Koner BiographyThomas Koner (born 1965 in Bochum, Germany) is a multimedia artist whose main interest lies in
combining visual and auditory experiences. He's been noted for his use of low frequencies. The BBC, in a review of Koner's
work in 1997, calls him a "media artist," one who works between installation, sound art, ambient music and as one half of Porter
Ricks dub techno.
During his exhibition at the Musee d'art contemporain de Montreal, the museum called him a major innovator in the
contemporary music scene, as well as noted his collaborative practice which has led to his working with musicians, filmmakers
and visual artists on installations and sound performances, and to his creation of six video works produced in two cycles,
starting in 2003.