Robert Aeberhard

Robert Aeberhard (1977) lives and works as a musician and sound artist in Bern/Switzerland. As a sound artist, he took part in exhibitions and performances in Bern, Paris and Helsinki. His search and work with field recordings is documented in his sound blog.

As a bass player, Robert Aeberhard played more than 600 concerts with different bands in Switzerland and Europe. With the duo ‘Fitzgerald & Rimini’ together with spoken word poet Ariane von Graffenried, he released the albums ‘Aristokratie und Wahnsinn’ (Aristocracy and Madness, 2011) and ‘Grand Tour’ (2015), for which they were rewarded with the recognition award for literature of the Canton of Berne. Together with pianist Oli Kuster, he released the album ‘OKRA‘, music for piano and field recordings (2016). In 2017, Robert Aeberhard presented the exhibition „Sounds that shouldn’t be there“, a cooperation with Finnish artist Pekka Niskanen at Hippolyte Gallery in Helsinki. In 2014, Robert Aeberhard was awarded a scholarship by the Canton of Berne and stayed six months at the Cité Internationale des Arts in Paris.