38 modules in vacuumformed plast interconnected by tubes and wires -air, water and sounds flowing to and from each box in an entwined grid. Contemplating surfaces forming a common boundary among two different phases of matter -solid vs. liquid, exhange of materials and information between different parts of a shared system, multiple universes, landscapes and interfaces.
Materials: Vacuum plastic, air pumps, wood, water, plants, speakers, amps, piezodiscs, electronics and fishing line.
Dimensions: 610*490 cm.
Installation at Kunstetagerne Hobro, spring 2016.
Concert for Mirror Wall, performer and synthesizer. Physically constructed 3D model and analog music creates a synergy between digital and analog, audio and visual.
Materials (Mirror Wall): Wood, tape, glue, PU foam, mirror foil and cardboard.
Dimensions: 240*240*110 cm.
Top photos from performance at Concert Hall Aarhus, 2015. Bottom three photos are from construction process.
(eng.: Foreign Noise)
The project consists of two sculptural figures that communicate via sound. The suits that are battery powered, has integrated speakers and sound in the design. The sound is controlled by a performer inside each costume through various sensors coupled to a Arduino which also produces the sound in each figure.
The project is a collaboration with artist Ida Hy and supported by Rethink 2017.
See more about the project here: http://fremmedstoej.tumblr.com/
Photos: Setup view, inside-out, detail of inside-out speaker, sketches and still from documentation video.
Speaker sweatshirt uses sound and technology together with the human body to form an human sound sculpture. The work consists of a sweatshirt with 5 integrated speakers and an external sub/amplifier through which is played a specifically composed soundscape. The work investigates the space between sound art, installation and the concert format.
:: Speaker sweatshirt is worn by dancer Jonathan Ibsen and photographed by photographer Dalin Waldo ::
Bilkna Sound Costume
I participated in Artparade 2012 at ACTS performance festival and Roskilde festival as a part of artist René Schmidts piece Bilkna.
“Bilkna is a contraction of Bilka (danish grocery store) and Kina (danish word for China). The work is based on the meeting betweenparade tradition as seen in the Chinese New Year parade and Danish Supermarket corporation/ Maersk schizophrenic aesthetics.” -René Schmidt
My contribution is made from red fabric and old battery driven ghettoblasters. It plays a sound collage made of audio material from 90s Bilka advertisings.