Adrienne Teicher is a sound designer, composer and movement artist based in Berlin, Germany.

Adrienne is best known for the collaboration HYENAZ with the feminist performance artist Kathryn Fischer. The techno soundscapes, performative installations and a/v works they produce are based on the sonic shapeshifting of field recordings gathered everywhere from refugee camps to amphibian habitats to intentional communities. These works asks the question: What happens when the body becomes a foreign object, an unknown territory even to itself, a thing to be feared, managed even annihilated?

The pair have toured extensively to galleries, performances spaces, festivals and clubs across Europe, North America and Asia, including Berlin’s famed Berghain, the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in Seoul, Korea and Sled Island Festival in Calgary, Canada. Electro superstar Peaches has called the band “an electronic monster duo”. In 2017 HYENAZ provided sound design for the Yony Leyser documentary “Queercore” (Totho Films/ARTE).

Adrienne is the founder of the label FREUDIAN/SLIT and has produced the work of V and Acreaturas. Her sound design for the The Milf Next Door (Erika Lust) and Die Traurige Mädchen aus den Bergen (Meow Meow) will premiere in 2019.

Adrienne was a sound designer for Prix de Rome winning artist Rana Hamadeh’s Prix Ten Murders of Josephine, which was produced by Witte de With Gallery and Theater Rotterdam Schouwburg.