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Artistic works and projects

The Atmospherics II - Flags, Flames, Smoke & Bridges

Installations

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Visningsrommet USF, Bergen, December 2014.

16 channels of sound and 3 HD video projections. Loudspeakers are arranged around the edges of the gallery space, on the floor and mounted on the wall just below ceiling height. The two symmetric rings of loudspeakers on floor and wall allow sound to be distributed both laterally and vertically. This arrangement allows for a more immersive listening experience, placing the viewer in a more physical relationship with the artwork.

The Atmospherics I - The Place Sound Builds In Passing

Installations

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Stiftelsen 3,14 Bergen, November 2014.

14 channels of sound and 3 HD video projections. Loudspeakers are arranged around the edges of the gallery space, on the floor and in windows. Sacco bean bags distributed around the space encourage visitors to relax in different parts of the room where they will experience the soundscape in different ways.

Can you hear the clouds drifting by?

Other projects

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I participated in the summer 2014 program of Galleri Ruth, a drive-in sound-art gallery located in the rural region of Råde in Østfold, Norway.

My contrition was a series of short text readings as sound files. Each text was an exercise inviting the audience to listen attentively to the soundscape at the site of the drive-in gallery. The work was based upon Raymond Murray Schafer’s “ear cleaning” exercises in listening.

Bergen Leser

Other projects

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“Bergen Leser” is an interactive installation that enables collaborative public reading of books. It is installed at the Bergen Public Library, and as recordings accumulate, they become available online as video books. “Bergen Leser” is an adaptation of Read Aloud, an installation by Ross Phillips, commissioned for the National Media Museums in Bradford, UK, 2012-13.

Muelheim an der Ruhr, August 2013

Installations

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Muelheim an der Ruhr, August 2013 by Trond Lossius and Jan Schacher is a series of audio-visual field recordings presented as “slow cinema.” Devoid of plot and characters, the suburban soundscape takes centre stage.

 
 
 

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