Welcome to the homepage of the Nordic Sound Art programme.
The Nordic Sound Art, Joint Study Programme is a Nordic collaboration established within the KUNO network, aimed at providing high level education within the field of sound art.
The Nordic Sound Art programme (2007-2015) has come to it’s conclusion. We thank the many artists, institutions and lectuers who has been part of the programme. The website will be up for documentation purposes. Jonas Olesen, coordinator.
Pictures of the final catalogue, this comes with printed cards and a cassette tape.
Sel əwe Nordic Sound Art programme Exhibition 2015 September 18, 19, 20. 2015 | HIAP – Gallery Augusta, Helsinki Finland lɛt mi sel lɛt mi sel lɛt ðə ɔrənoko flo lɛt mi ritʃ lɛt mi bitʃ ɑn ðə ʃɔrz əv trɪpəli lɛt mi sel lɛt mi sel lɛt mi kræʃ əpɑn jɔr ʃɔr lɛt mi […]
Mediated sound, music and art. Lectueres: Gaute Barlindhaug & Per Martinsen June 1st – June 5th. 2015 When the possibility of sound recording emerged in the late 19th century, it slowly changed our concept of sound, listening and the concepts of music. This seminar focuses on how sound art can be understood as a part […]
Former Nordic Sound Art student, Helene Førde has won the sound art competition, Sonotopia 2015. An honoary mention was given to Jonas Gazell. http://www.bonnhoeren.de/
Pictures from the event: Continuum – A Sound Art Weekend 27/2 – 1/3 2015 Skånes Konstförening, Bragegatan 15, Malmö, Sweden Stop, look and listen. An increased presence and attention to sound. Deciding how to listen determines what to hear. Continuum – A Sound Art Weekend is a three-day exhibition exploring sound in the visual and […]
A Push and a Shove Between the Ear and the Eye Upcoming course at The Academy of Fine Arts, Umeå Sweden Feb. 23-Feb 27 2015 -What do you hear of what you see? -What do you see of what you hear? Using the idea of film as a device through which to look at […]
Pictures from the Place & Displacement workshop by John Grinich at KHBI, Bergen NO John Grinich: In this workshop, we worked with not only raising our awareness of the connections between sound and space, but also how we creatively use sound to redefine our connection to space and actively shape our listening experience through collaboration. […]
Place and Displacement: Site-Specific responses through sound Workshop for the Nordic Sound Art programme by John Grzinich KHIB, Bergen Norway, December 8-12 2014 In this workshop we will work on not only raising our awareness of the connections between sound and space, but also how we can creatively use sound to redefine our connection to […]
The new cycle (fall 2014-summer 2015) of the Nordic Sound Art programme begins with an introductionary course Oct. 27-Oct 31. at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Copenhagen. The main topic of the course will be an introduction to the nature of sound, acustics and microphones. Lectuers Jonas Olesen and acustician Eddy Bøgh Brixen. […]