Due to current exhibition I am not able to present the video publicly.
Description from Kunsthal Charlottenborg’s catalog: The work, Þoka (2011), is a super-8 film, shot in black and white, which studies the interplay between appearance and disappearance and the shift from the familiar to what seems unrecognisable and perceptual ambiguity. The quaint, painterly defectiveness of the footage is also reflected in the sounds. The grain of the film seems to crackle. A low, humming noise offers a sinister hint, while the song of the Loreley interferes with the image and provides a heterotopia situated beyond the unequivocal and lends an uncanny atmosphere without narration.
About: A mirror sphere hangs from the ceiling. The soundscape of the environment around the sphere is subjected to a special reverberation, which has been modeled after seismic measurements of the subterranean decay after a large earthquake in Bolivia. As a natural consequence, the sound from the sphere itself - as it becomes a part of this soundscape - receives the same treatment causing an ever evolving feedback drone on the natural frequencies of Earth.
The illusion of the individual as separate from the rest of the world is broken in a visual and auditory fusion of the sphere’s surroundings to one. Earth engages in a dynamic dialog with the venue – a dialog through which the consequences of the actions of the individual appear obviously significant for the whole.
“Man Melon Melon Man” (2010)
About: Audiovisual project @ Iceland Academy of the Arts. A man is looking at a melon. He is at the same time inside the melon, outside the melon and one with the melon.
“Impossible Junction” (2009)
About: Art project in pedestrian tunnel in Århus. Traffic lights and speakers on opposite sides of the tunnel walls suggest an imaginary path on which a professor in theoretical physics, motor bikes, a fly, a SWAT team and several other auditory objects cross the tunnel.
“Trash Can” (2008)
About: Interactive sound installation at University of Århus. A trash can reacts on receiving trash by playing sounds associated with over-consumption and exploitation of natural resources including forestation, bulldozers, mining drills and various industrial atmospheres.