Photo by Glenn Boulter

Antye Greie-Ripatti, i.e. AGF:poemproducer, is a digital songwriter, sound composer, poet, curator, and educator. Born in East Germany, she has been living and working in Hailuoto, Finland since 2008.

AGF:poemproducer's work emphasizes the relationships between language, sound, voice, and communication, and takes the forms of music, audiovisual live performance, digital communication, sound installation, and commissions for movies, theater, and exhibitions. Greie-Ripatti has released 29 LPs and numerous collaborations under the aliases AGF, AGF/Delay (with Vladislav Delay), Greie Gut Fraktion (with Gudrun Gut), and The Lappetites (with Kaffe Matthews and Eliane Radigue) and with the award-winning classical composer Craig Armstrong. Other past projects include the German electronic duo Laub, The Lappetites, THE DOLLS (with Vladislav Delay and Craig Armstrong), and Zavoloka/AGF. She runs the production company and music label AGF PRODUCKTION and has produced records for artists such as Ellen Allien. In 2011, Greie-Ripatti founded the arts organization Hai Art in Hailuoto and since then has acted as its artistic director, executive producer, and workshop leader. As active member of female.pressure she has initiated the VISIBILITY compaign, realised the Nergirls collection and mix as well as the "Solidarity & Awareness with Rojava" campaign.

At CTM 2016, Greie-Ripatti appears within the CTM Discourse programme (female:pressure panel exploring Rojava), as well as at two networking events (Meet & Greet and Network Speed Dating), representing Hai Art.

Piece – Presence – Practice: Aggregate States of Global Sound Artifacts

Kunstquartier Studio 1, Sun 31.01.2016, 16:30

Sebastian Klotz, AGF:poemproducer, Mazen Kerbaj, Marcus Boon. Host: Marcus Gammel

Zones II

Berghain, Wed 03.02.2016, 22:00

Iancu Dumitrescu & Ana-Maria Avram with Hyperion Ensemble featuring Stephen O'Malley, AGF:poemproducer, Stephen O'Malley – solo live

female:pressure: Music & Awareness for the Rojava Revolution

Kunstquartier Studio 1, Sat 06.02.2016, 13:30

Presentation by the female:pressure network