Sharing practices - Soundart seminar

Attend the Soundart seminar 10.30am - 5pm at December 17. at the auditorium in Hirschsprung, 3th floor


10.30am - 12.00am Greta Christensen (fra Vinyl- terror & - horror)
1.00pm - 2.30pm Imri Sandsgröm
2.30pm - 3pm Break
3pm - 4.30pm Jenny Gräf Sheppard

Greta Christensen (from VINYL -TERROR & -HORROR)

VINYL -TERROR & -HORROR is a collaboration between Camilla Sørensen (b.1978) and Greta Christensen (b. 1977), both graduated from the Royal Danish Art Academy in Copenhagen in 2007/2008. The project is focused on the relationship between objects and sound and is presented in different situations as installation, sculpture, composition work or as live concerts. The work - whether it is a presented as an installation or a concert - uses sound to create a narrative that always directly refer back to the medium playing it or the situation it is presented in. The sculptural work includes amounts of various materials where the live concert focuses exclusively on LP-records and turntables.

Imri Sandström:

Imri Sandström (1980) is a Malmö based artist 
whose practice includes text, sound, still and
 moving image, 
often interwoven in the shape of 
transmedia performances. She holds an MFA from Umeå Academy of Fine Arts 
and an additional masters degree in sound art from Dramatiska institutet in Stockholm. She is currently working
on her doctoral thesis in artistic research, within the field of Literary Composition, at the Valand Academy in Gothenburg. 

Jenny Gräf Sheppard:

Jenny Gräf (US/DK) is a sound, video and performance artist who explores peripheral places and states through composition, improvisation and participatory works.  In Gräf’s music and art she invokes immersion and rupture to explore changing perceptions of diegesis and space, formal choices rooted in a deep interest in social roles and behavior.