1. Stich Der Tarantel by Anders Weberg music Burnt Friedman

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    Video by Anders Weberg and Robert Willim Music by Burnt Friedman Duration: 4min32sec 2007 Mediaterrae - Irpinia Electronic Landscape http://www.mediaterrae.com/ Together with Robert Willim I was invited to the residence project "Mediaterrae Vol.1 - Irpinia Electronic Landscape", which is a project that aims at a cultural and territorial promotion and at an audio /video production. Fourteen international artists was selected and hosted in Irpinia for a period of five days (from the 19th to the 23rd February 2007). The participants spent some days in the little town of Montemarano during its suggestive and peculiar carnival, while MediaTerrae Crew followed the artists in order to document the project. The residence project was combined with a live event at Teatro Gesualdo in Avellino and will also resulted in the production of a DVD. The DVD, including seven tracks which combines audio and video art made by the participants, as well as a documentary about the project, was freely distributed (10.000 circulation copies) with the July-August issue of the Italian magazine Blow-Up. "Stich der Tarantel" is the artpiece we made for the DVD with music made by Burnt Friedman. At the live event in Avellino we presented a longer verson (50min) of this artwork, which was combined with a liveset by Burnt Friedman and Jaki Liebezeit. The event was produced by Gal Verde Irpinia in collaboration with Media Terrae film commission. Participating audio artists: Burnt Friedman, Marco Messina, Deadbeat, Retina, Zavoloka, Populous, Rechenzentrum. Participating video artists: Jeffers Egan, Riccardo Arena, Niko Stumpo, Bianco-Valente, Anders Weberg, Robert Willim, Alex Dragulesco, Rechenzentrum.

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    • Sweden for Beginners [showreel] live performance by Anders Weberg & Robert Willim

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      Sweden for Beginners Ongoing since 2010 The audiovisual performance Sweden for Beginners is an imaginative journey, calling forth a surreal account of the country Sweden. The performance is based on live improvisation, through which audiovisual material from field recordings and archives are combined into electronically engendered phantasms. Sounds and images from Swedish everyday life, from objects and landscapes are entangled with twisted stereotypes like Bergmanesque gloom, erotica and nature romanticism. The video by Anders Weberg is based on field recordings in various contexts in Sweden made solely with a mobile phone. During the performance, the material from the field recordings is transformed into a dreamlike, organically fragmented and layered visual expression. The sound by Robert Willim is based on soundscapes from Swedish everyday life, sounds from The Folklife Archives in Lund, Sweden, as well as electronically generated sounds. The sounds are broken up, processed and remixed into multitextured compositions that to some extent are sonic counterparts to Weberg’s fragmented and organic imagery. Sweden for Beginners is related to a number of other works by Weberg and Willim, like the still ongoing series of city-specific films Elsewhereness, or earlier works like Surreal Scania (2006), Being There (2006) and Domestic Safari (2007). All of these deal with ideas about imaginary geographies, and the non-representation. They can be seen as experiments in world making and the rendering of culture, evoking parallel worlds that are ephemerally connected to places that are alluded to in the works. SfB will only be performed live. The current set is around 40 minutes. see: http://www.willim-weberg.com for more info and contact.

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      • The Room [2012] by Anders Weberg and Robert Willim

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        The Room [2012] by Anders Weberg and Robert Willim 5:51 2012/06/06 Video: Anders Weberg Sound: Robert Willim Filmed with a mobile phone. In the spring 2011 Anders Weberg and Robert Willim were invited to participate as artists in a workshop organized by a research group studying the role of community interpreters in Sweden. The Room was inspired by the stories about immigrants and their encounters with Swedish authorities and organizations that were conveyed during the workshop. The film has been sponsored by The Department of Arts and Cultural Sciences at Lund University, Sweden. The research project on community interpreters http://www.tolkprojektet.se/ The Department of Arts and Cultural Sciences http://www.lu.se/cultural-sciences Anders Weberg http://www.weberg.se Robert Willim http://www.robertwillim.com

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        • Elsewhereness:Milton Keynes by Anders Weberg and Robert Willim

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          Elsewhereness:Milton Keynes 2011 Duration 03:00 Video:Anders Weberg :: http://weberg.se Sound:Robert Willim :: http://robertwillim.com Commissioned by The 2nd International Visual Methods Conference in Milton Keynes, UK. http://www.visualmethods.org/ Project url: http://elsewhereness.com/​ ELSEWHERENESS The Elsewhereness series deals with questions of site specificity, juxtaposing the nomadic with the place-bound. Early site specific artworks in the 1960-70 were often massive in form and commented the commodifications of the prevailing artworld. Many works were made in harmony with artist Richard Serras expression" to remove the work is to destroy the work". The work was place-bound. Site specific art has since then been mixed and transformed. Often its about the social, about engagement and relations between people living in a certain place and visiting artists. Elsewhereness twist these approaches. It is instead about the ephemeral, about alienation and non-presence. It takes the possibilities of digital media for site specific art to its extreme. It's also in a way a caricature of the ideas of the art worlds commissions creating a "one place after another"-dynamic that Miwon Kwon writes about in her discussion of the history of site specific art (2002). Elsewhereness is about the artists NOT being there. The artists are elsewhere, touching from a distance. Elsewhereness is based on a number of site specific audio-visual works. The works are made solely from audio and videomaterial found on the web, material that emanate from a specific place. The audiovisual pieces are manipulated and composed into a surreal journey through an estranged landscape. The films are based on the culturally bound and stereotypical preconceptions of the artists. The finished Elsewhereness work can be downloaded into a media player or mobile phone and enjoyed when walking around the surroundings of the specific place, from where the material emanate. Previous commissions: ELSEWHERENESS:NEW ORLEANS, Commissioned by Ethnographic Terminalia 2010, New Orleans. USA. ELSEWHERENESS:UTRECHT, Commissioned by IMPAKT 2010, Utrecht, the Netherlands. ELSEWHERENESS: MANCHESTER, Commissioned by FutureEverything 2010, Manchester, UK. ESLEWHERENESS: CAPE TOWN, CAPE 09 Art Biennale, 2009, Cape Town, South Africa. ELSEWHERENESS: YOKOHAMA, Dislocate 08 Festival, 2008, Yokohama/Tokyo, Japan. As the series expands, a number of places will be joined into a web of surreal associations, saying something about the various places but also about cultural preconceptions.

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          • Elsewhereness:MANCHESTER by Anders Weberg and Robert Willim

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            Video:Anders Weberg :: http://www.andersweberg.com Sound:Robert Willim :: http://www.robertwillim.com Commissioned by FutureEverything 2010, Manchester, UK. Project url: http://www.elsewhereness.com/ ELSEWHERENESS The Elsewhereness series deals with questions of site specificity, juxtaposing the nomadic with the place-bound. Early site specific artworks in the 1960-70 were often massive in form and commented the commodifications of the prevailing artworld. Many works were made in harmony with artist Richard Serras expression" to remove the work is to destroy the work". The work was place-bound. Site specific art has since then been mixed and transformed. Often its about the social, about engagement and relations between people living in a certain place and visiting artists. Elsewhereness twist these approaches. It is instead about the ephemeral, about alienation and non-presence. It takes the possibilities of digital media for site specific art to its extreme. It's also in a way a caricature of the ideas of the art worlds commissions creating a "one place after another"-dynamic that Miwon Kwon writes about in her discussion of the history of site specific art (2002). Elsewhereness is about the artists NOT being there. The artists are elsewhere, touching from a distance. Elsewhereness is based on a number of site specific audio-visual works. The works are made solely from audio and videomaterial found on the web, material that emanate from a specific place. The audiovisual pieces are manipulated and composed into a surreal journey through an estranged landscape. The films are based on the culturally bound and stereotypical preconceptions of the artists. The finished Elsewhereness work can be downloaded into a media player or mobile phone and enjoyed when walking around the surroundings of the specific place, from where the material emanate. Previous commissions: ESLEWHERENESS: CAPE TOWN, CAPE 09 Art Biennale, 2009, Cape Town, South Africa. ELSEWHERENESS: YOKOHAMA, Dislocate 08 Festival, 2008, Yokohama/Tokyo, Japan. As the series expands, a number of places will be joined into a web of surreal associations, saying something about the various places but also about cultural preconceptions.

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            • EDIFICE (excerpt)

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              EDIFICE is an imaginary site, poetic, unreal, fantastic. Music by Robert Willim.

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