Spaces Speak #2

Amund Ulvestad / Joakim Blattmann

24.09.2015
RAM Galleri, Oslo
Curating / Sound performanceSpaces Speak is a sound performance series focusing on the interaction between sound and image, curated by Joakim Blattmann & Ricardo del Pozo.
The series are conducted in collaboration with RAM Galleri, NOTAM and supported by Arts Council Norway and Kulturetaten.

Amund Ulvestads

Amund Ulvestads Kopier er en multimedial forestilling der en rekke musikalske og visuelle elementer danner én helhetlig opplevelse. Verkene som inngår i forestillingen spenner vidt i form og uttrykk, men er tematisk sammenknyttet: Alle synliggjør forvrengningen som ligger skjult i enhver form for medieformidling og -konsum. Ved å transformere og forstyrre hverdagslige medieuttrykk, fremhever Ulvestad bildenes og lydopptakenes dobbeltrolle som sannhet og imitasjon. Perkusjonist Tomas Järmyr og sanger Sunniva Unsgård er medvirkende under konserten. (Sistnevnte in absentia)

Joakim Blattmann

Joakim Blattmanns work with sound spans from sculptural installations, pure sound works, composition, to concerts. He works with sound as a physical and moving material, and is fascinated by its physical yet transient properties. Acoustic ecology, field recordings and objects inherent acoustic properties are recurrent themes. Blattmann holds a Masters degree from the Trondheim Academy of Fine Art, NO. At Spaces Speak #2 he performs an improvisation around the composition bird/helmet.

 

Live sound: Cato Langnes / NOTAM
Documentation: James Welburn (video/sound) / Joakim Blattmann (photo)
Edit and mix: James Welburn

Spaces Speak is supported by Kulturrådet / Arts Council Norway, and Kulturetaten
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