CYLAND continues exploring the Northern region by visiting the Lofoten Sound Art Symposium taking place from September 6 through 8, 2018. CYLAND Audio Archive curator Sergey Komarov will take part in the discussions and presentations, and he will also give a presentation of the Audio Archive, MediaArtLab’s project to archive and exhibit the art of sound.
The Lofoten Sound Art Symposium (LSAS) will be three days and nights filled with live performances, lectures, installations and presentations, everything taking place in the small fishing village of Henningsvær. All events are open and free for all audiences.
With: Siri Austeen (NO) / Hanan Benammar (FR/DZ) / Christian Blom (NO) / Anna Ceeh (RU)/ DJ Sissyfus (NO)/ Espen Sommer Eide (NO)/ Yngvild Færøy (NO) / Nathan Gray (AU) / Rosanna Gunnarsson (S) / Raviv Ganchrow (US/NL)/ SEISMIK KREW aka Pomassl (AT)/ Sten-Olof Hellström (S) / Søssa Jørgensen (NO) / Stefan Klaverdal (S) / Tine Surel Lange (NO) / Rita Leppiniemi (FI) / Andres Lõo (EE) / Elina Waage Mikalsen aka. Juicy Máihlái (Sápmi/NO) / Anders Dahl Monsen (NO) / Arne Skaug Olsen (NO) / Olga Palomäki (FI) / Phonophani (NO) / Alessandro Perini (IT)/ Franz Pomassl (AT) / Maria Paz aka. Exotikdot (CO) / Juan Duarte Regino (MX) / Ann Rosén (S) / Jenny Gräf Sheppard (US) / Marloes van Son (NL) / Marko Timlin (FI) / Snorre Magnar Solberg (NO) / Timo Soppela (FI) / Elin Már Øyen Vister (NO) / Danni Zuvela (AU) / Makiko Yamamoto (JP)
LSAS is part of the international network Sound Disturbance started by MUU, C-Y ContemporarY and the North Norwegian Art Centre (NNKS). Lofoten Sound Art Symposium is the third in a series of Nordic sound art events begun in 2016-2018. Past events in the series have been Ääniä muualta – Nordic Soundscapes – Sounds from Elsewhere taking place in Oulu organised by MUU and Sound Disturbance – Hearing the Visual initiated by C-Y ContemporarY in Malmö.
The Lofoten Sound Art Symposium is organised by the North Norwegian Art Centre. Local partners for LSAS are Lydgalleriet and nyMusikk Nordland. LSAS also hosts two new works commissioned by Liquid Architecture, Melbourne.