Music technology and changes in artistic practices

Ulf Holbrook and I have received a research grant for the project Music technology and changes in artistic practices. The project is part of the Norwegian Cultural Council’s framework Artistic practices in music (in Norwegian only), and the duration is approx. 1 1/2 year. The result research report will be published in a book together with other reports from the same program, and in addition, we will write several other articles and conference presentations.

We will make a number of interviews, develop a web-based survey in order to get larger data, make video recordings that will be analyzed, plus include more traditional work analyses. In sum, we hope to be able to describe the post-acousmatic music seen from different angles, and to strengthen the understanding of modern acoustic art.

Fantastic news!

I have been granted the opportunity to be a visiting professor at CeReNeM, Huddersfield University next year, where I will lecture, advice, research and write. It is truly a privilege to visit such a great music research institution. My residency starts on September 1st, 2021.

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Just finished and delivered a new project with sound environment for an exhibition of virtual architecture. The project is a continuation of The Forest in the House from 2018, but with some changes in both visual and audio components. This time, nearly all the sound is delivered through a headset, and the binaural coding is done by Balint Laczko. The installation is mounted in the architecture museum in Munich from Oct. 13, 20120 until January 10, 2021.

The project is a collaboration between The National Museum of Norway, Atelier Oslo architects, Jøran Rudi and Balint Laczko.