- Created on Sunday, 23 November 2014 16:52
We are happy to see Lars back at EMS!
Lars Lundehave Hansen has been working in the fields of ambient/drones and noise for the past 16 years - as a soundartist, enthusiastic promotor of and dedicated performer in these fields. The usual works of Lars L. Hansen are often constructions, making a point of being constructions, that emit or react to sounds or noise. In an attempt to explore the relations between timbre / room and action / reaction the works often revolve around controlled randomness, manipulation, expectation, suspended animation as musical criteria and sound as a physical entity.
Photo: Sofie Amalie Klougart
- Created on Monday, 17 November 2014 12:56
Based in Copenhagen Kristian Emdal works under several monikers performing world wide, his output being audible as well as visual. Visiting EMS Kristian Emdal will be collaborating with Loke Rahbek, continuing a series of electronic/physical dialogues across multiple genres and media with audio as a main focus. Besides the collaboration with Loke Rahbek, Kristian is currently working on sound for the screening of a silent film as well as working on a release as part of techno duo Age Coin.
An AIR-programme grant from Nordic Culture Point has made it possible for EMS to invite Kristian to work at EMS.
- Created on Saturday, 08 November 2014 11:34
Yair Elazar Glotman (Born 1987) is a musician and sound artist living and working in Berlin. His focus is currently on experimental electroacoustic composition, sound installations and sound sculptures. In addition, he works as sound designer and composer for film, dance and video art. Glotman recently released the collaborative project Nimbes, with James Ginzburg, on the label Subtext.
Photo: Ana Alex Tabatadze , 2014
- Created on Monday, 03 November 2014 13:02
We are happy to see Kiwa back at EMS for the last part of his residency!
KIWA (as sound artist Kiwanoid, born 1975) – multidisciplinary artist, lives and works in Tartu and Tallinn. Studied in Estonian Academy of Arts and Tartu University.
He actively explores and blends different media, from conceptual objects to total audiovisual environments. His artistic practices include painting, objects and installation, video, performance, sound art, scenography, text, etc: all together functioning as a hypertextual research of meaning-making and cultural codes on different levels, collective and personal myths.
Photo: Terje Toomistu
- Created on Wednesday, 15 October 2014 13:16
Photo: Jonas Bang