Soundcheck, Room Service, Resting Circuits & Semla Med Varm Mjölk, a sound environment at Fylkingen, February 28th to March 1st, 2009 with Johannes Bergmark, Johan Boberg, Luc Kerléo, Sören Runolf and others.
A walk through the exhibit and parts of a session.
The press release read:
How do sounds sound so differently depending on the way they are sent into acoustic spaces and environments and what are their relations to the visual environment? We generate sounds in different ways (from acoustic to digital synths) and spread them into spaces with different systems, thus creating a room of explorations in the unheard and unseen. A SOUND ENVIRONMENT constructed by ...
The exhibit was all set up in one day and open in two days, involving some musical sessions as well, with instrument setups at different stations in the different rooms at Fylkingen. It was maybe more of a cooperation than a truly collective event, but more a collaboration than a sum of individual installations. Bergmark, Kerléo and a colleague had collaborated on an earlier instant (Damplifly), and the experiences from that event was expanded with the new addition of Boberg and Runolf. The sounds were connected to a system by Kerléo which sent them around between the different rooms and also played with very long delay times. Some factors were adjusted during the opening times and also in some interaction with the visitors. After the exhibition, each one of us responded to an enquiry in order to collect and communicate the experience as an experiment.
More on http://bergmark.org/soundcheck