The artist also known as Monolake says he is “not willing to apply for a visa anymore”.
German electronic artist Robert Henke has canceled his forthcoming live dates in the US in the wake of President Trump’s ban on immigration from Muslim-majority countries.
“I decided to cancel all planned Lumière III , Monolake or other shows in the US,” he wrote on Facebook. “I am not willing to apply for a visa anymore, and I am not willing to pretend I am a tourist when coming for concerts.
“A word for all my friends & fans in the US: I do everything I can to support you. I know you are as devastated as I am. This is not against you.”
UK techno DJ Dave Clarke made a similar announcement last week, saying he would not play in the US while the “misogynist narcissist racist” president is in office.