"SARDH" was founded as an experimental sound-image collective, after they had already been "painting" with sounds in loose formation in the Dresden experimental scene since the early 1980s. Since then, the "Mother of Saxon Ritual Music" (R. Dittmann, Bad Alchemy) has been organizing thematic performances, its own exhibitions and sound installations, sound field research, concerts, festival contributions, self-produced multimedia environments, and has published sound carriers, artifacts and videos, mainly in its own publishing house. For 17 years, "SARDH" has also been running the sound laboratory "Morphonic Lab", which is now well established in Dresden.
In the 1990s, "SARDH", which always strives for a concrete spatial reference, developed a system of variable instrumentation with flexible use of installation and media possibilities, which they set up according to the situation. Self-built objects or objects of everyday use converted into sound bodies shape the sound image.
Their own melange of ambient, noise, industrial, sound collages and muzak is based on a strictly defined dramaturgy as well as on intuitive arcs of tension that they develop in a collective process. Through their opulent instrumentation, "SARDH" create brute sound images that merge with their bizarre video scenarios or special lighting arrangements in the background.