This collaborative project investigate possibilities for a cross-disciplinary audio-visual dialogue between large scale drawings and sound. On a conceptual level the installation reflects on the changing climate reality.
Panorama shot while installing.
Ingeborg Annie Lindahl is an interdisciplinary artist and curator living in Harstad, Norway. Lindahl is educated from Tromsø Academy of Contemporary art and Bergen National Academy of the Arts. She was the winner of VossaJazz-grant with a solo exhibition and received the Per Spilling prize, both in 2013. This year Lindahl was the main exhibitor at ILIOS festival. Her work is widely exhibited nationally and abroad, among others by HardingarT, Trafo Kunsthall, Salihara Gallery Jakarta, Bergen Kunsthall, Den frie udstilling Copenhagen, Galleri Box, Vilnius Titanikas exhibition space, Ariblå Sortland Kunstforening, Bodø Kunstforening, Verk Hammerfest and Tromsø Kunstforening.
Lindahl’s artistic method combines the outcome from field trips and personal experience of the place.When Lindahl started working with chalk, she was drawn by impermanence and thoughts for expulsion.She has used chalk in several different shapes; as marble, plaster and pigment, playing with the idea of mankind as a early stage of becoming mineral. Her material substantiates a manifestation of change, both in how knowledge is made and how nature is in a constant state of transformation. Lindahl is interested in the landscape of echoes in the sphere of human thought, and explore culture and value in our time in relation to nature.
Trond Lossius is a sound and installation artist living in Bergen, Norway. His projects investigate sound, place and space, using sound spatialisation and multichannel audio as an invisible and temporal sculptural medium in works engaging with the site. He often collaborates with other artists on cross-disciplinary projects, in particular sound installations and works for stage. In collaboration with Jon Arne Mogstad and Jeremy Welsh, he has done a series of installations combining paintings, video, prints, and sound. He has contributed to several productions with the contemporary performance group Verdensteatret, winner of New York Dance and Performance Awards a.k.a. The Bessies 2005-2006 in the Installation & New Media category.
He holds a master degree in geophysics, studied music at The Grieg Academy, and has been a research fellow in the arts at Bergen National Academy of the Arts. He is research and development coordinator at BEK – Bergen Center for Electronic Arts, and contributes to development of software for audio and media processing. He was Norwegian delegate to the European COST action on sonic interaction design 2008-2011. 2012-2013 he was engaged as full professor at Bergen Academy of Art and Design coordinating the artistic research project Re:place.
1-1 are short interceptions in the exhibition program at 3,14, establishing a dialogue between two artists, with at least one of them being based in Bergen.
BEK supports the exhibition with equipment.