Christian Wolff is a composer of experimental music. Throughout his career he has worked with the artists John Cage, David Tudor, Morton Feldman, Earle Brown, and Merce Cunningham among many others. Many of these collaborators are known as the “New York School” of composers and together they revolutionized music in the 20th century by introducing indeterminacy and free interpretation of the score within their compositions. Wolff created scores in open instrumentation, open-cueing systems, scores for non-musicians, and scores based solely on verbal instructions. His work appeared in The Kitchen group exhibition Between Thought and Sound in 2007.

Between Thought and Sound: Graphic Notation in Contemporary Music