Sound Art Works

Below you find a list of sound art works that still are or have been exhibited!

Genom glas

Genom glas is a video and sound art piece, made for the video walk application “Malmska valen” – a story of a whale that got stranded on the coast of Gothenburg, Sweden, in 1865.

 

 

Rails for Ragnhild

This tribute to my grandmother is a sound art installation – a stereo composition made by recordings from rails and sounds connected to the railway, along with a piece of rail put on the ground in a beech forest. Rails for Ragnhild was exhibited at Kalvfestivalen in Kalv, Sweden, Aug 10, 2014.

 

 

 

On Sparse Ground

On Sparse Ground, an eight channeled sound art piece, took place in the 15th century Chindei Tower, June 16—21, 2014, during the BABEL International Performing Arts Festival in Târgoviște, Romania. The tower and the winding stairs of the three floors was explored sonically, under the impact of a sparse landmass.

 

Hovering Abode II

In April 2014, me and Eduardo da Conceição started working on an extension and development of our previous sound art piece Hovering Abode, created and exhibited in 2013, Gothenburg, Sweden. The work we started in April for the CHROmOOs Festival in Berlin is not yet exhibited since the festival was postponed. We eagerly wait for new dates. TBA!

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BRODERIER och LJUDBILDER

This sound art and video piece was made exclusively for the re-opening of Skövde Art Museum, Sweden, in June 29, 2013. The piece is still running, being part of the exhibition about Ester Henning. Ester Henning was institutionalized for more than 60 years, and was never really accepted as an artist. After her death her embroidery works were donated to the Art Museum of Skövde. Inspired of Ester´s artistry, we have been working carefully to add our sound and visions to her exhibited embroidery works. Most welcome to Skövde Art Museum!

 

Libration performanceLibration

Libration is a collaboration between the butoh dancer and choreographer Frauke and me. The piece is  a 16´30´´elaboration of sound and choreography, processed during 7 intense days at Sockerbruket in Göteborg, made for this special occasion.

 

Hovering Abode

Hovering Abode is a scenario where sounds build the room that surrounds both the audience and the hanging and sounding sculpture. The installation is a collaboration between me and Eduardo Conceição. This sound/architectural work was exhibited Jan 18—27, 2013 at Röda Sten, Göteborg, Sweden.

 

 

 

Krísuvík Choir

Krísuvík Choir is a 5.0 sound installation for geysers, exhibited March 6—9 2012, Världskulturmuseet, Göteborg, Sweden – a sound art installation with five sculptures and five sounds from geysers. Together they form a choir.

Utan titel

A four channel sound installation added to a 5th sound source, Nov 25—27, Röda Sten, Göteborg, Sweden. The obscure and foggy room of grass contains sounds from nature as well as elements from industrial environments. Inside the hill of grass in the corner lives the Atlantic Puffin. A collaboration between Anton Lennartsson and me.

Energeticon

During one week a sound work was composed made of sounds taken from the building of an old mineshaft, nowadays called Energeticon, and its surroundings in Alsdorf, Germany. The sounds where played and performed upon by The Göteborg String Theory Orchestra. Read more about the workshop or listen to the track that has been released on an album. Photo: Mike Brockschmidt

 

Work in Progress – Ester Henning – Sounds of Embroidery

On May 24, sounds were added to the ongoing exhibition of Ester Henning’s embroidery works at Skövde Konsthall. You were able to listen to a composition of lively needlework coming out from the wall of emboidery made by Ester Henning. The work was part of the examination of Petra Johansson and Neta Norrmo, students at the Curator for Film and Video Programme. This sound work was further developed and exhibited in a new edition at Skövde Konsthall during the spring 2013. Listen to the Ester Henning Work in Progress.

Join (together), sound art installation, 9.57 min, by Ellinor Westin and me. The sounds are recorded on Iceland and put into a street well when exhibited. Join (together) was exhibited in Alsdorf, Germany, 2011, in Tórshavn, Faroe Islands, 2009 and in Göteborg and Värnamo, 2005. More…

Soil Soul, is recorded and edited on Iceland. The installation is a hill of turf, encrusted by a symbol of cress, dealing with the topic guilt and innocence. It was exhibited at Salong Grindsgatan, Stockholm, 2011 and Pelikanteatern, Göteborg, 2005.

 

Brösarp 

Brösarp is a sound experiment and collaboration between me and Dag Rosenqvist. Brösarp performs live improvisations or play instruments upon prerecorded sound scapes. More…

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