Thursday, November, 14th
Opening: 17.00-20.00, Concert at 18.00
Friday, November, 15th
Sound and videoinstallation Inside: 17.00-20.00, Concert at 18.00
Saturday, November, 16th
Sound and videoinstallation Inside: 13.00-16.00, Concert at 14.00
“Inside Inside” is a sound-installation, created with recordings using a large array of microphones, capturing both the very near sounds as well as the reverberation from a long distance in the concert hall. Accusticum. All the sounds that make up this 7-channel electronic piece, are created by recordings from the Grand Piano and the Organ at Studio Accusticum Piteå, and mixed at EMS (Elektronmusikstudion, Centre for Swedish Electroacoustic Music and Sound-Art) in Stockholm.
Video-footage from inside the instruments and concert hall have been manipulated and adopted into an accompanying visual-experience as a part of the installation. During their residency in Piteå in 2018, the word “Inside” became a more and more obvious theme for the two sound artists; relating for different reasons and with different connotations, to Piteå as a city, the building that houses Studio Accusticum, as well as the instruments, and to their daily work harvesting sounds from the instruments.
Eva Sidén is a Swedish sound artist, composer and pianist within the field of art music. She composes both instrumental and electroacoustic music as well as sound- and video-installations. Her works contain both composition, performances and room-spatialisation with video and sound often in cross-artistic contexts. Eva Sidén studied at the Royal Institute of Art in Stockholm, Academy of Performing arts in Prague, Janáček-Academy of Performing Arts in Brno and at IRCAM, Paris.
Christian Rønn is a Danish sound artist, composer, electronic music producer and performer. Studied Organ at The Royal Danish Academy of Music (DKDM) in Copenhagen, and free playing has always been part of the output, as well as a great interest in textural transformation, feedback and transcendence in general. As a composer he works within the areas of electronics/electroacoustics, often combined with fixed composition and free playing.