Sound installation at Skillinge Teater. Summer 2022.
Outdoor sound installation at Skillinge Teater. Summer 2022.
Since 2000 I've done several interactive art installations together with Anders-Petter Andersson and Birgitta Cappelen. Here is our website... musicalfieldsforever.com
and direct links to our installations...
The Intelligent Street🔗
Trans-national sound installation UK/SE. Opening 5th November 2003.
Interactive video in collaboration with Anne Pajunen for Supermarket Art Fair 2016.
Paper speakers in collaboration with Jenny Michel. Galerie FeldbuschWiesner 2015, Städtische Galerie Wolfsburg 2015, SMAC-Berlin 2016, Museum Wiesbaden 2017, Kunstverein Tiergarten 2017
My own installations🔗
Flickering fields of light, seen through our closed eyelids create imagery that question perception, brain function and sanity. A light installation for Musica Sanae. Museum Kesselhaus, Berlin 2019
An errant autonomous work of "live coding", that hacks at its own code until it crashes. First shown at the Musical Metacreation weekend in Sydney, June 2013.
Incoming junk mail taking over your desktop while a friendly voice tells you about how to "get out of debt". Who believes in all this crap? "as seen on TV"
Made for 'Ljusfesten' at Fylkingen, Stockholm 2002.
Video/audio installation. Hacking into live Web-TV channels and distort content in realtime.
Some installations I have programmed for other artists...
access in mind🔗
In collaboration with Interactive Institute / Emotional Studio. Written in Pd.
Video installation as part of Visceral Space, SU-EN Butoh Company 20-year celebration exhibition. Written in Cinder.
A performative sound work by Sisterloops.
Do they know it's White Noise Christmas🔗
Installation by Erik Bünger and Steven Cuzner. Made with SuperCollider, MaxMSP, Processing, AppleScript and some Python.
With Peter Lundén, Interactive Institute / Emotional Studio. Written in Pd.
The Way Earthly Things Are Going🔗
There is also a version adapted for fulldome planetarium projection made with Processing.
By Emeka Ogboh. Generative graphics with tones mapped to colours (using Scriabin's synesthetic system). Music by Halim El Dabh. Written in openFrameworks.
Permanent outdoor 12 channel sound installation in Stockholm by Ann Rosén. Written in MaxMSPJitter.