Three rooms, three composers, three new works combining concert and exhibition format.
Oslo ensemble Tøyen Fil & Klafferi continues to push the boundaries of music, sound art, installation and performance when they unveil three new pieces during a concert at Oslo kulturnatt.
Alongside the concert version, the works will also be exhibited as installations throughout the day.
Hannah Hartman’s Hausmusik: Backyard Songs evokes the soundscape of hot summer nights with the windows open.
In Charlotte Piene’s The Ground Grew Downwards, the audience circulates around the space, entering a sonic zone at the centre where the sound appears to get closer and is felt through the whole body.
Ewa Jacobsson’s WACHIWIIWICHIWA, for four instruments, four visual objects with sound sources (an extended body) and an installation, laments the destruction of Native languages and peoples, and knowledge itself.