Fram (Forward) is a moving image piece made by artist duo Holly Owen and Kristina Pulejkova. The work brings together unintrusive sculpture, binaural sound and video in order to share stories of Arctic communities about living in a rapidly changing environment caused by climate change.
Holly and Kristina are showing the film in a 'backpack cinema' at the ArtCOP21 festival in Paris. Dressed as Arctic explorers, they're taking the film on walks that connect events throughout the ArtCOP21 festival and the UN Climate Summit.
The film is the first from a series entitled Switching Heads - Sound mapping the [...].
For more information on Holly and Kristina's work, please visit their website: switching-heads.com
A short video showcasing some projects leading up to Landscape Quartet, along with sound works and performance documentation from the project itself. Features Sabine Vogel, Matthew Sansom, Bennett Hogg, and Stefan Ostersjo, contextualised with quotations from various theorists and environmentalists.
Paul D. Miller aka DJ Spooky, Writer + Artist + Musician :: 120 Seconds
DJ Spooky recorded soundscapes of Antarctic ice fields inspiring him to create the composition Terra Nova: Sinfonia Antarctica in which he applies DJ techniques to build awareness of climate change through electronic music.