Music journalist and online editor for The Wire magazine, Jennifer Lucy Allan talks to Berlin-based visual artist and musician Steven Warwick aka Heatsick about the various sides of his artistic production, on the effects of extended repetition, and on how to create a Dionysian pleasure vortex and transform the dancefloor into a funky wormhole. Heatsick presents his „Extended Play“ project at Berghain on January 30.
Presented by The Wire.
Steven Warwick is an artist, musician, and writer living and working in Berlin. His practice is paradigmatic of an interdisciplinary approach that encompasses theatre-making and DJing along with art, music, and writing. His work is disseminated on a multitude of platforms including records, galleries, nightclubs, publications, and the internet.
Steven Warwick is a British artist, musician and writer residing in Berlin. His practice includes durational performance installations, plays and films using the construction of situations and language. He also makes music as Heatsick and under his own name – the latest release, Nadir, appeared recently on PAN.