Lyssna Inåt

(Listen Inwards)

SEPTEMBER 24-27 2009 at the ISCM World New Music Days in Visby, Gotland. In the piece “Lyssna Inåt” (Listen inwards), here shown in Visby Botanical Garden, I have collaborated with composer Anna E. Weiser in forming a sound sculpture, an abstract ear shape which calls for attentive and quiet listening. More info about the festival can be found on www.listentotheworld.se. Further reading in Gotlands Tidningar (Swedish only): http://www.helagotland.se/gt/artikel.aspx?articleid=5528337

"Lyssna inåt" - ljudkonstverk av Anna E Weiser. Foto: Anna Jutehammar/SR Gotland

Listen to a radio interview with Anna E Weiser on www.sr.se/gotland/eter. Look for Thursday September 24th at 17.20.

Next stop for the piece was at Gotlands Konstmuseum and the show SERENDIPITY, 3 okt – 25 okt 2009

Gotlands Museum - Konstmuseet

“Konstmuseet vill tillsammans med publiken utforska fenomenet Serendipity, som handlar om att utan intention snubbla över nya upptäckter som man inte kunnat förutse. Museet öppnar dörrarna och blir en mångfacetterad scen för en blandning av ämnesöverskridande experiment, undersökningar, processer, idéer, projekt och samtal. Serendipity är en del av det konstpedagogiska projektet Kom igen, som handlar om att med hjälp av samtidskonstens verktyg och metoder hitta nya väga att kommunicera med publiken.


November 4, 2009
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The Bridgetine Communion Pieces

 

The Bridgetine Communion Pieces

The Bridgetine Communion Pieces

Design. Communion ware made for the 700-year jubilee of The Holy Bridget. A commission from the Church of Sweden, here with priests robes and church textile by Anna-Karin Bylund. See www.sakralskrud.se. 2003.


October 11, 2008
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Porcelain Percussion

Porcelain Percussion

Porcelain Percussion

Objects / instruments. A research project carried out during a collaborative residency with composer Ellen Lindquist (USA) and percussionist Birgit Løkke (DK) at the International Ceramic Research Center in Skælskør, Denmark. Part of the summer symposium ”Collaborative Relations”. With support from IASPIS / The Swedish Arts Grants Committee, Estrid Ericsons Foundation and Helge Ax:son Johnsons Foundation. 2007. For more info about Ellen Lindquist, see www.ellenlindquist.com; for Birgit Løkke, see www.musicart.dk.

To listen and watch, click this link: http://youtu.be/rQ5QPHzwqZo


October 8, 2008
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