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​Karri Kokko: Open Studio — Avoimet ovet

Karri Kokko: Open Studio — Avoimet ovet

4.-9.10.2022 at 12-18


Poet Karri Kokko, who specializes in visual and conceptual poetry, moves his desk to the gallery for a week and invites his friends, colleagues and the public to participate in poetic work. The program also includes surprise visits, music performances, live streamed performances from home and abroad.


Karri Kokko is a Finnish poet specializing in asemic writing and visual poetry. He’s the author of more than thirty books, his first collection of poetry, Uno Boy, was published in 1982. Karri’s work can be found at Lettttere (lettttere.tumblr.com), Nokturno (nokturno.fi/authtor/karri-kokko), Instagram  (instagram.com/karri_kokko) and Soundcloud (souncloud.com/karrikokko). He lives and works in Helsinki.

Sarah Badr: Azimuth

AZIMUTH
Sarah Badr

Sat-Sat  10. – 17.9.2022

Opening times: Sat-Sun 12-16, Mon-Fri 14-18.

“Azimuth is an immersive biomorphic model of the entangled orders of simulation. It is a
reflection of a basic natural reality while masking basic reality — the idea of nature.”

The exhibition is part of the Envelope Festival for Immersive Sound, 10.9. – 29.10.2022.



In Azimuth, audiovisual artist Sarah Badr channels a tension between organic and synthetic forms, digitally rendering pulsating alien objects and shimmering surfaces that change and transform in a responsive, symbiotic relationship with the tactile sounds she corrals into the intricate texture of her compositions.

   Resolutely synaesthetic, Azimuth oscillates between the recognizable and the impossible, a dichotomy that is suggested in the work’s title. An azimuth, in geometry, is an angular measurement in a spherical coordinate system commonly referenced in the field of immersive sound.

   When applied in astrology and used as a celestial coordinate, an azimuth is the horizontal direction of a star, or other astronomical object. In one sense the title, and the work, is functional, referring to a unit of measurement. But when applied to the world around us, it becomes ontological — a marker for locating an object in physical, or artificial, space.


Sarah Badr is a British-Egyptian artist living in Riga. Her practice focuses on world creation, complex natural phenomena, and algorithmic media. Building procedural systems for simulation and spatialisation in graphics and sound allows her to explore the association between form and place in new digital spaces. Her work involves various manifestations of the digital experience: video, 3D sculpture and animation, augmented photography, audiovisual performance, installation, and immersive sound for physical and virtual environments. A classically trained multi-instrumentalist and composer, she produces solo experimental works under the project name FRKTL. Website: sarahbadr.com

The Azimuth exhibition is part of the Envelope Festival for Immersive Sound. A series of events will take place across the Nordic-Baltic region, in person and online, from September 10th until October 29th. The festival hosts spatial music concerts, sound art installations, seminars, and workshops by Nordic-Baltic artists. Exploring the future of audio technologies, Envelope is a creative collaboration between artists and organisations from Finland, Norway, Denmark, Latvia, Estonia, and Lithuania. Website: envelopefestival.com (opening soon)

Azimuth was shown as part of ‘Listening To The Anthropocene’, a group show at Coventry
Cathedral, which was part of the 2021 Coventry Biennial, in Herbert Art Gallery & Museum, UK.

Supported by Nordisk Kulturfond, State Culture Capital Foundation (SCCF) and others.

 

Akusmata Live 2022, release by [ówt krì]

‘Akusmata Live 2022’

release by [ówt krì]

Label: mima kass 79

Format: Cassette

Release date: August 14, 2022

Price: Sold out.

Governing Bodies mini-festival: Emergence & Microbes

Governing Bodies mini-festival: Emergence & Microbes

Saturday, June 4, 2022 at 16.00 – 21.00

-free entry-


Welcome to join the international research group Governing Bodies for an evening of sounds and performances at Akusmata Saturday June 4, 2022. We start at 16.00 and will finish around 21.00. Feel free to drop in at any time.

FREDDIE ROSS (art historian): ethics of microbes, lecture performance
TINA MARIANE KROGH MADSEN: performance
JEAN-LOUIS HUHTA: performance
Till TILL BOVERMANN: performance

Photo by Till Bovermann


Governing Bodies is a group of artists, musicians and researchers who have met, discussed, cooked, eaten and made interdisciplinary art events about microbes since 2018. In June 2022 the group will travel to Helsinki where they will share their knowledge, experience and also learn from and with you.

In Finland special focus will given to microbes and emergence. Nature is filled with examples of how complex behaviours arise from relatively simple elements: we see this in how ants behave, or in how fish shoals or bird flocks interact. The term emergence is used to describe these fascinating manifestations of self-organisation that can, at first glance, seem inexplicable. Where does the extra injection of complexity suddenly come from? One thing is clear: these emergent phenomena can only be understood as collective behaviours — there is no way to make sense of them without looking at dozens, hundreds, thousands or more of the contributing elements. These wholes are indeed greater than the sums of their parts.


Festival program (1.-5.6.2022)

Wednesday, 1.6. evening
Listening in — diving into an ocean of emergent behaviour.
* 19.00 performance / deep listening at SOLU
* 20.00 EEG-synth experience / meditative one-on-one sessions (2-3 EEG synth sessions) – separate room at SOLU.
* 21.00 Food at SOLU

Thursday, 2.6.
Emergence is surrounding us — examples of emergence on macroscopic and microscopic levels and how they influence us and our life world.
* 10.00 breakfast at SOLU
* 11.00 Introduction to Emergence at SOLU
* 12.00 Kurt Johannssen (ABOUT TIME, CLUMPING AND THE COMPLEX) at SOLU
* 13.00 Lunch
* 16.00 Riina Hannula, Microbial Medi(t)ation (Yoga for Microbes, group exercise) at SOLU (or outside, weather permitting) Please bring/wear comfortable long-sleeved clothing, at SOLU
* 17:30 Bart van den Put: Retinalalian Group Hum_1 — breathing-sounding the retinal code, at SOLU
* 18.30 Annette Arlander “Letter to a Dead Spruce” video screening at SOLU
* 21.00 Dinner

Friday, 3.6.
On microbes and macrobes — scales of observation, behavioural patterns, and inter-system similarities.
* 10.00 breakfast at SOLU
* 10.30 Discussion about emergence with neuroscientist Veikko Jousmäki at SOLU
* 11.30 Till Bovermann Performative walk – City as Organism. (Departure from Solu.)
* 13.00 Lunch on the way
* 14.00-16.00 Sauna, Furuvik Rantasauna
* 19.00 Book release “Governing Bodies” at SOLU
* 19.30 The Experiences of Art as We don’t Know It and Governing Bodies. A round table discussion about creating books with trans-disciplinary content with the Freddie Ross, editor of Governing Bodies and representatives from Bioart Society. Moderated by MaiBritt Giacobini Arnér.
* 21.00 Dinner
* 22.00 Carima Neusser, Performance at SOLU

Saturday, 4.6.
Politics of emergence — layers of consciousness, layers of interpretation.
* 10.00 breakfast at SOLU
* 11.30 Carola Uehlken– walking through city, landscape, building? (Departure from SOLU) Please bring your own headphones and smartphone.
* 13.00 Lunch
* 16.00 Evening at Akusmata
– Freddie Ross – ethics of microbes – lecture performance
Tina Mariane Krogh Madsen – performance
Jean-Louis Huhta and Till Bovermann – performance
* 21.00 Individual dinner

Sunday, 5.6
Beyond emergence? — dispersion and re-formation.
* 11.00 breakfast at SOLU
* 12.00 Summary and departure

[The SOLU Space can be found at Luotsikatu 13, 00160 Helsinki, More info here.]


Governing Bodies is supported by The Nordic Culture Fund in Copenhagen Längmanska kulturfonden, Nordic Culture Point in Helsinki as well as Kulturfonden för Sverige och Finland.


Rihmasto + [ówt krì]

Rihmasto + [ówt krì]

Sat 28.5.2022 @ 18.00

Live event produced by [ówt krì], Akusmata and Rihmasto



Slow and static ambient and drone music
18:00 the doors
18:20 [ówt krì]
19:20 rihmasto

Rihmasto

Adventurous ambient music from Finland. The sound started in 1996. Live sessions since 2000.

Rihmaston unenomainen äänimaisema on häilyvä kokemus ympäristöstä ja ajan kulusta. Rihmasto on Jarkko Lahti ja Jukka Andersson: elektronisoittimet.


[ówt krì]

[ówt krì] is Helsinki-based Dark Ambient sound project that started late 2005. The project is a solo effort of Kenneth Kovasin, a self-taught sound artist from Helsinki, Finland. Kenneth creates soundscapes mainly through looping sounds created by effects and self-made instruments.

Kenneth Kovasin: electronic instruments, DIY-instruments, loopers.

 

AKUSMATA POLYPHONIC 2022

AKUSMATA POLYPHONIC 2022

Venue: Vuotalo Cultural Centre, Helsinki

13.–14.5.2022


AKUSMATA POLYPHONIC is an intensive sound art and electronic music event at Vuotalo Cultural Centre in Helsinki. Invited musicians, composers and sound artists are from Nordic countries, Germany and Finland, offering for the audience a wide spectrum of new sonic expression from the fields of experimental electronic music, sound art, noise and ambient. The program includes modular sound systems, do-it-yourself musical instruments, and improvised music with attitude.



Akusmata Polyphonic 2022 (images by Fredrik Willberg)


CONCERTS I – II – III

Friday 13.5.2022 at 18:30

Place: Vuosali (Vuotalo), Mosaiikkitori 2, Helsinki

-free entry-

Performers:

STATIC TELLER (Den)

(Jørgen Teller w/ Jimi Tenor)

STEPPING STONES (Swe / Fin)

(Compositions by Ann Rosén, Sten-Olof Hellström, Petri Kuljuntausta)

POLYPHONIC TONCHESTRA (Fin/Swe/Isl/Den/Ger)

(K. Bévand, E. Kalman, K. Kovasin, Pál Ivan, J. Pedersen, J. Teller)


CONCERTS IV – V – VI

Saturday 14.5.2022 at 18:00

Place: Vuosali (Vuotalo), Mosaiikkitori 2, Helsinki

-free entry-

Performers:

EGIL KALMAN (Swe)

STÓRMKRÓKUR (Isl)

(Jesper Pedersen and Páll Ivan frá Eiðum)

KATHARINA BÉVAND (Ger)


Supported by Nordisk Kulturfond / Puls, Nordic-Baltic Mobility Programme, Swedish-Finnish Cultural Foundation, and Vuotalo Cultural Centre.


Venue

Vuotalo Cultural Centre

Mosaiikkitori 2, 00980 Helsinki

http://www.vuotalo.fi/en/about-us

Akusmata (producer)

galleria.akusmata@gmail.com

akusmata.com

Tukholmankatu 7 K, 00270 Helsinki


ARTISTS

STATIC TELLER (Den)

Call it minimal rock goes synth’n’poetry! 

STATIC TELLER is Jørgen Teller’s new solo project, but at the Akusmata Polyphonic Festival it expands into a duo as Jimi Tenor joins in. Teller has a long career as electric guitarist, electronic musician, vocalist and since 1990s he has released many records as solo artist and with Jørgen Teller & The Empty Stairs. Teller has co-labed / performed with many Danish and international musicians like Rhys Chatham, Otomo Yoshihide, Kasper Toeplitz, Jimi Tenor, Kim Cascone, Fast Forward, Jakob Draminsky, David (Pere Ubu) Thomas & foreigners, Coal Hook (w Ron Schneiderman (Sunburned)), Jean-Francois Pauvros, Sofia Härdig, Lazara Rosell Albear, Bruno Ferro Xavier da Silva… At Vuotalo’s concert, STATIC TELLER’s performance will be complemented by video projection. http://www.jorgenteller.dk/STATICTELLER.html

STEPPING STONES (Swe/Fin)

“… a magical experience, (it) breaks all barriers, it’s venturing, it’s experimental and when you open your ears, it is very appealing”, said an enthusiastic critic about a concert of The Barrier Orchestra. Three members of the orchestra, artist Ann Rosén and composers Sten-Olof Hellström and Petri Kuljuntausta, continue their collaboration by launching a new group project. STEPPING STONES is a trio which works as test lab for the musicians focusing on the new interfaces and ways of producing sound in unconventional ways. In the new work series, they combine vivid sound elements and textures into a multi-layered and vibrant whole in an elastic small group format. ANN ROSÉN’s works have been performed at the Swedish Royal Opera, Moderna Museet, and South Bank in London. In the Drawing Sessions by Rosén, she performs with the pencil as her instrument, live electronic music emerge when graphite fuses with paper. STEN-OLOF HELLSTRÖM obtained a PhD in composition at University of Huddersfield, UK. His albums Sine Cera (w/ Bowers) and Kept in the Dark (Agaig) were nominated for best experimental album at the Manifest Awards. PETRI KULJUNTAUSTA divides his time between composing, performing, building sound and media installations, and researching. In recent years, he has done underwater concerts and installations and given concerts with birds.

POLYPHONIC TONCHESTRA

Modular, electronic, analog, improvisation, digital, interactivity, composition, graphic, drone, ambient, do-it-yourself, experimental, synthesizers, electroacoustic, electric guitar, silence, rock, modulation, noise, live processing, feedback… This multinational orchestra offers sound adventures that cannot be known in advance. The orchestra plays on the edge of time and space, its musicians react to what they hear, go further and the performance develops in a direction that cannot be predicted. The journey into the unknown goes through situations where the presence of harmony and chaos is transformed into a musical play in the hands of musicians, where logic and illogicality lose their meaning. Dropping a pebble in water produces essentially the same rippling sound effect as colliding super-black holes a billion light years away in time and space. It partially suggests the elemental power of sound, linked as it is to movement, a signal of life, dynamism and creation. That is what POLYPHONIC TONCHESTRA is all about. At this concert the line-up is K. Bévand, E. Kalman, K. Kovasin, Pál Ivan, J. Pedersen, and J. Teller.

EGIL KALMAN (Swe)

Egil Kalman is a Swedish musician / composer primarily playing modular synthesizer and double bass. His music aims to dissolve the brittle barriers separating traditional Scandinavian folk and contemporary electroacoustic music via minimalist compositional techniques and soulful improvisations. Utilizing just intonation tunings, hypnotic forms, synthesized sound mimicking the acoustic and vice versa, his music explores qualities intrinsic to traditional Scandinavian folk music in ways where the musical foundation is felt rather than explicitly heard. Kalman’s new album ‘Kingdom of Bells – Egil Kalman plays the Synthi 100’ will be realeased in May 2022 on iDeal Recordings: “Mind altering just tuned drones with melodies that echoes traditional Scandinavian folk music flow into abstract soundscapes reminiscent of early electronic music pioneers, but still holds a fresh sound and vibe. Deep synth music from the North!” http://egilkalman.com/

STÓRMKRÓKUR (Isl)

STÓRMKRÓKUR is an electronic duo founded by composers Jesper Pedersen and Páll Ivan frá Eiðum. The music of STÓRMKRÓKUR is seeking new inspiration in techniques used by noise musicians of yesteryear using non-linear feedback through analog sound equipment like mixing desks, stomp boxes and modular synthesizers. The sound world is raw and abstract sounding but with clear dialogues emerging between the sounds walking the fine line between chaos and order. Composer and sound artist Pedersen has written music for acoustic instruments and the electronic medium both, as an electronic musician and improviser he works with diverse groups ranging from contemporary, experimental and improvised music to ambient and drone. Páll Ivan is a multi-instrumentalist and visual artist, he has collaborated in many diverse projects and appears on recordings with baroque music over pop to metal and contemporary experimental music. <https://jesperpedersen.bandcamp.com>, <https://www.pallivan.is>

KATHARINA BÉVAND (Ger)

Katharina Bévand is a sound artist based in Berlin. She performs on modular synthesizers and creates site-specific sound installations and sound sculptures. Bévand works with processed field recordings, extended recording techniques and the resonance of spaces and objects. She exhibited internationally in Germany, Egypt, Taiwan, and in the Autonomous Region of Kurdistan in Northern Iraq. In 2021 she received a research grant from the Berlin Senate and a GVL Stipend for music production, and was part of Goldrausch Project for women artists. She has been a directive board member of the Berlin Association for New Music, BGNM e.V. https://katharinabevand.com/


Ambient Guitar

AMBIENT GUITAR

Saturday, November 6, 2021 at 5 PM

Three Helsinki based artists share their unique perspectives on Ambient guitar music.
The evening scales from dark disturbing ambiences to mellow tones and ethereal beauty.

Covid passports will be checked at the venue.
17:00 Doors
18:00 [ówt krì]
18:45 Lauri Peltonen
19:30 Andrea Camporotondo

The event will be streamed on the Aural Ataraxia Youtube site.
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCof4BSTNXuzuN5Iad3UsMqQ



 

Performance Protocols Nordic Sessions #3: Soundings

Performance Protocols

Nordic Sessions #3: Soundings

Sound Performances by Ana Gutieszca, Petri Kuljuntausta, Tero Nauha, Eva Sjuve, Timo Viialainen.

September 22-23, 2021 at 18:00 – 21:00.

-Free Entry-

Curated by Tina Mariane Krogh Madsen.


Wednesday 22.9 at 18:00-21:00: Performance night I (SOLD OUT!)

EVA SJUVE (activated score): Krispr (Spatialized)

TERO NAUHA: TBA (a work for prepared theremin)

TIMO VIIALAINEN: What did you do as a child when the thunder cut the power?


Thursday 23.9 at 18:00-21:00: Performance night II (*reservation required, see info below).

EVA SJUVE (activated score): Krispr (Spatialized)

ANA GUTIESZCA: Insecta

PETRI KULJUNTAUSTA: Sonification of an Organic Growth


REGISTRATION INFO

— To Book Access to the Show: Send us your name, contact information and the event date you want to attend: info@performance-protocols.net.

Please note, your reservation is not confirmed until you have received a confirmation email back from us! If you have reserved a spot for a performance and can not come, please notify us so we can give the spot to next one on our waiting list!

— Please only come to the events if you are feeling healthy and don’t have any flu symptoms. Please wear a face mask in all indoor areas.



Performance Protocols Nordic Sessions # 3: Soundings

The first part of performance protocols Nordic Sessions # 3 will be held in Helsinki from September 18.-27. 2021. The topic for this edition is soundings in performance and includes different ways to use sound as a tool, material, and theme, spanning from music compositions to performance art exploring a conceptual use of sound. This frames both amplified and non-amplified sound, performances in public space, and active listening exercises. The events will take place in the art spaces Third Space (exhibition and performance sessions) and Akusmata (performance program), and outside in public space – a park and a mall.

On September 22 and 23 in Akusmata will be sound performances performed by the artists Ana Gutieszca (MX/FI), Petri Kuljuntausta (FI), Tero Nauha (FI), and Timo Viialainen (FI). Additionally, each event will begin with the activation of a score created by artist Eva Sjuve. All of the performed works evolve around different means of soundings, from animal sounds, thunder, self-containing systems, and crisp bread. Their scores (or an iteration thereof) will be shown in the performance protocols score exhibition held in Third Space, which contains all participating artists in the Helsinki events (full list of artist can be found in the program below and online). The exhibition opens on September 18. and closes on September 27.

The full program with times, locations, and work descriptions can be found on the performance protocols website: http://performance-protocols.net/Helsinki2021/Helsinki.html


About Performance Protocols

Performance Protocols is a nomadic platform for instruction-based performance art and collaborative practices which opened its first online exhibition Walking Protocols I (INT) in June 2019. In February 2020, came the first in a series of Nordic Sessions, where bureaucratic protocols were presented and performed in Aalborg (DK). In May 2021, Walking Protocols II took place in Copenhagen (DK). After the Helsinki edition, future performance protocols Nordic Sessions will take place in Bergen (NO) in May 2022. performance protocols is founded, organized and curated by artist and researcher Tina Mariane Krogh Madsen (DK).

Performance Protocols Nordic Sessions is supported by the Nordic Culture Point, Nordic Council of Ministers, and Nordic Culture Fund (Opstart).

http://performance-protocols.net/
https://www.facebook.com/performanceprotocols


FULL PROGRAM

18.09 at 12:00-15:00 in Third Space: Opening of score exhibition

Opening of the score exhibition  performance protocols Nordic Sessions # 3: Soundings with works by Ana Gutieszca (MX/FI); Jenna Jauhiainen (FI); Essi Kausalainen (FI); Petri Kuljuntausta (FI); Tero Nauha (FI); Eva Sjuve (SE); Malte Steiner (DK/DE); Timo Viialainen (FI); Tina Mariane Krogh Madsen/Eero Yli-Vakkuri (DK/FI). Due to Covid19 there can only be few people present in the space simultaneously (waiting time can occur).

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18.09 at 15:00 – collective walk to Essi Kausalainen Cosmos Garden

After the opening we move from Third Space to Essi Kausalainen’s performance Cosmos Garden in Tähtitorninmäki park (lead by the artist).

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19.-21.09 & 25.-27.09 at 14:00-18:00 (and by appointment) in Third Space: Score exhibition

Score exhibition performance protocols Nordic Sessions # 3: Soundings (info above).

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19.-21.09 & 25.-27.09 in Third Space: Jenna Jauhiainen Trigger Happy (registration required, see info)

Jenna Jauhiainen, Trigger Happy performance sessions (appointments between 18:00-20:00).

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22.09 at 18:00-21:00 in Akusmata: Performance night I (registration required, see info)

Eva Sjuve (activated score): Krispr (Spatialized)

Tero Nauha: tba (work for prepared theremin)

Timo Viialainen: What did you do as a child when the thunder cut the power?

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23.09 at 18:00-21:00 in Akusmata: Performance night II (registration required, see info below).

Eva Sjuve (activated score): Krispr (Spatialized)

Ana Gutieszca: Insecta

Petri Kuljuntausta: Sonification of an Organic Growth

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24.09 at 10:00 in Tripla, Pasila: Madsen/Yli-Vakkuri Safety as Ambience

Tina Mariane Krogh Madsen/Eero Yli-Vakkuri, Safety as Ambience, a collaborative performance in public space with a meeting point outside the Tripla Mall/Pasila Railway St. (right hand side).

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24.09 at 17:00-19:00 in Third Space: Madsen/Yli-Vakkuri Safety as Ambience informal listening session

Madsen/Yli-Vakkuri will host an informal listening session with the results of the Safety as Ambience performance, now replayed in Third Space, making new connection points. You can drop in and out anytime during the session (due to Covid19 there can only be a few people present in the space simultaneously)


 

[ówt krì] + Pigments – Online Event

[ówt krì] + Pigments

Saturday, July 31, 2021 at 6 PM


The event will be streamed on the Aural Ataraxia Youtube site.
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCof4BSTNXuzuN5Iad3UsMqQ

18.00 the doors
18.30 [ówt krì]
19.00 Pigments
19.30 Pigments + [ówt krì] duo

The Barrier Orchestra: ‘Det kommer främmande’

The Barrier Orchestra
‘Det kommer främmande’

Premiär fredag 11 juni 19.00
Lunchkonsert 12 juni 12.00

Place: Folkhemmet i Östra Hoby, Borrby, Sweden.


“… a magical experience. The Barrier Orchestra breaks all barriers in Österlen. It’s venturing, it’s experimental and it’s undeniably what you can call “narrow” music. But when you open your ears, this is very appealing.”
– https://www.ystadsallehanda.se/kultur/en-sommarkvall-i-ostra-hoby-8784bd57/



The Barrier Orchestra

The Barrier Orchestra är en internationell ensemble som Ann Rosén startade 2015 som en svensk grupp under namnet Barriärorkestern och har med tiden vuxit och fått internationell inriktning.
The Barrier Orchestra spelade på Österlen sommaren 2019 då de framförde Bovetets ljudvågor.

Musikerna har skiftat lite genom åren och kommer från olika håll som klassisk musik, elektronisk, improvisation och ljudkonst. Alla är utvalda för sin speciella kompetens och vilja att utmana, ta spjärn och använda sina egna barriärer.

I dagsläget vet vi inte vilka av våra musiker, förutom de som redan är i Sverige, som kommer att kunna befinna sig på plats i och med pandemin. Men alla kommer att vara med under repetitionerna och på föreställningarna även om några kommer att medverka online.

Medverkande

Petri Kuljuntausta, elgitarr (FI)
Mikko Raasakka, klarinett (FI)
Linn Persson, saxofon
Jakob Riis, trombon, live-elektronik (DK/SE)
Anna Lindal, violin
Hanan Benammar, violin (FR/NO)
Lise-Lotte Norelius, slagverk , live-elektronik
Jørgen Teller, elgitarr (DK)
Ann Rosén, live-elektronik
Fabian Svensson, melodika
Gunnel Pettersson, visuella inslag
Sten-Olof Hellström, klang- och bild-regi

Produktion

Konstnärlig ledning: Ann Rosén
Komposition: Ann Rosén, Fabian Svensson och Sten-Olof Hellström
Livestream producent: Sten-Olof Hellström
Producent: Jacob Schmidt


In the image are two streaming musicians from the 12-member The Barrier Orchestra.
Mikko Raasakka and Petri Kuljuntausta played in Akusmata over internet and the rest of the orchestra performed in Sweden, where their parts were mixed to the orchestra.

Special thanks Petri and Mikko sends to: Ann Rosén on the formation of the project, Fabian Svensson on composing solo parts for guitar and clarinet, and Sten-Olof Hellström for mixing our streaming into the orchestra.