The Eyes Can See What The Mouth Can Not Say

Jozef Van Wissem, 2015

Curated by Btomic (La Spezia) Thanks to Le Dictateur
02.10.2015

Jozef van Wissem (born 1962) is a Dutch minimalist composer and lute player based in Brooklyn. In 2013 van Wissem won the Cannes Soundtrack Award for the score of Only Lovers Left Alive at the Cannes Film Festival. An incessantly touring musician, van Wissem studied lute in New York with Patrick O’Brien. He was commissioned by London’s National Gallery to compose a sound piece to Hans Holbein’s painting The Ambassadors. Van Wissem wrote the music score for the video game The Sims Medieval.

Jozef van Wissem (born 1962) is a Dutch minimalist composer and lute player based in Brooklyn. In 2013 van Wissem won the Cannes Soundtrack Award for the score of Only Lovers Left Alive at the Cannes Film Festival. An incessantly touring musician, van Wissem studied lute in New York with Patrick O’Brien. He was commissioned by London’s National Gallery to compose a sound piece to Hans Holbein’s painting The Ambassadors. Van Wissem wrote the music score for the video game The Sims Medieval.

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Jozef van Wissem

is a Dutch minimalist composer and lute player based in Brooklyn. In 2013 van Wissem won the Cannes Soundtrack Award for the score of Only Lovers Left Alive at the Cannes Film Festival. An incessantly touring musician, van Wissem studied lute in New York with Patrick O'Brien. He was commissioned by London's National Gallery to compose a sound piece to Hans Holbein’s painting The Ambassadors. Van Wissem wrote the music score for the video game, The Sims Medieval.