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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.

Field recording

18th Nov – 22 Nov. 2013 at the Royal Academy of Fine Art, Copenhagen Denmark. Introduction to microphones and recording techniques. Historical recordings and listening sessions. Lectueres; Jonas Olesen, Rune Søchting, Eddy Bøgh Brixen.  

The Dirty Ear Forum

Perfomances at Landmark + Marken in connection with the The Dirty Ear Forum at Khib. The Dirty Ear Forum aims to focus on listening as a practice, questioning in what ways it participates in social life and cultural work. On 1 November the forum invites to an afternoon seminar at KHiB with presentations by sound […]

Reverberation Lab: The site-specifity of sound – Helsinki incubator

Prof. Caspar Stracke with Marianne Decoster-Taivalkoski, Eero Pulkkinen, Jonas Olesen May 27th – May 31th. 2013, KUVA Helsinki, Finland The second Helsinki module of the 2012/13 Nordic Sound Art cycle will include a lecture and workshop and investigate various aspects of the notion of reverberation, defined as both, an acoustical phenomenon and a conceptual strategy […]

Sound as Image / History of sound art Helsinki.

Petri Kuljuntausta lectures. ‘History of sound art’ Petri Kuljuntausta did lectures spread over three days, covering the history of sound art and experimental music. The lectures included listening examples. Of the many subjects covered were: Sound art (concept) – sound in the arts (Douglas Kahn) Early sound instruments (mechanical), Heron Mammoth Ivory flute Léon Scott: […]

Neanderthal Electronics – Cph

Week one: Definition of sound Lecture given by Jonas Olesen on the nature of sound. The following subjects were described: – Sound as waves, wavelength, pitch, frequency, amplitude and phase – Measurement units: HZ, DB – Ultrasound, infrasound and sound as vibration – Mechanical recording (Edison and Berliner) – Basic sound visualization, waveform and spectrogram […]

Installation, site specificity, gardens and expanded architecture

KUNO Intensive Course Installation, site specificity, gardens and expanded architecture. Workshop/seminar by Alejandra Salinas and Aeron Bergman. Funded by Nordplus programme and KUNO network. Partner academies: Malmö Art Academy (Sweden), The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts (Denmark), Oslo National Academy of the Arts (Norway). Guest lectures by Triine Friis Sørensen, Rebecca Mazzai and Joel […]

Theory & Graphic Scores, Malmø

Oct. 31st – Nov. 4th 2011 Inter Arts Center Bergsgatan 29 214 22 Malmö Sweden http://www.iac.lu.se Stefan Klaverdal lecturing on Cornelius Cardew. Flopper presentation. Flopper presentation. Lauri Woulio presentation. Mathias Kristersson lecture. Mathias Kristersson lecture. Mathias Kristersson text.. The workshop is centered around general theoretical lectures given by Rune Søchting and Gertrud Sandqvist., in relation […]

MAX/MSP workshop at KUVA – The Finnish Academy of Fine Arts, Helsinki.

Oct. 3rd – Oct. 7th. The workshop will explore the programming language MAX/MSP and it’s possibilities in creating interactive installtions. Different sensors will be used and the WII Remote controller will be used to gather environmental information. This data i sent to computers to create response. In the workshop the students will get hands-on guidance […]