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The Atmospherics – River deep, mountain high

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Trond Lossius & Jeremy Welsh
The Atmospherics – River deep, mountain high
Entrée Gallery, Bergen-

February 7 – 17 2019
Thursday – Sunday
Open: 5 – 8.30pm (loop)

Shades of Change

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Ingeborg Annie Lindahl – Trond Lossius
29.07. – 07.08 2016

The exhibition at Stiftelsen 3,14 combines a 32 meter mural chalk drawing and 12 channel surround sound into an immersive installation.

Drawings and sound were developed on site over five hectic days in front of the opening. Lindahls chalk-drawing continued to evolve throughout the exhibition period, and as the exhibition period came to an end, the drawing ended in destruction.

The Atmospherics V: Stop, Hey, Watch That Sound

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Trond Lossius – Jeremy Welsh
Sogn og Fjordane Kunstmuseum
18.06 – 18.09 2016

Audio-visual installation
10 channels of video projections and screen
20 channels 3D surround audio

During the opening of the exhibition Bergen Barokk enters into an improvisational dialogue with the installation.

Albanian Pavilion at the 2016 Venice Architecture Biennale

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I have left you the mountain presents ten new texts written by contemporary writers and thinkers on the architecture of displacement. These texts have been set to music and sung by some of the last remaining groups of Albanian iso-polyphonic singers, an art form now protected as “intangible cultural heritage” by UNESCO.

The Atmospherics IV: And Sometimes The Light Hurts Our Eyes

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Installation by Trond Lossius and Jeremy Welsh at Heimdal Kunstforening, Trondheim.

2 HD video projections and 8 channels of sound. Material recorded late summer 2015 on the islands of Munkholmen and Tautra in the Trondheim Fjord.

 
 
 

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