Psalm machine

Previous Next Previous Next Previous Next Sound Sculptures Psalm machine Strings, tuning pins, stained plywood, beechwood, mechanical components and fasteners. Dimensions 200cm x 120cm x 80cm. Commissioned by audio-visual artist Kim Richard Adler Mejdahl. Performance in video by Kim Richard Adler Mejdahl. Views: – Overgaden, institut for samtidskunst November 2020 – May 2021. Permanent collection: – Museum of […]

Machine Elements (bolts)

Previous Next Sound Sculptures Machine Elements (bolts) Studio installation, Copenhagen, Denmark. April 2018. Stainless steel bolts, acrylic, mechanical components, electric motor. Dimensions 60cm x 60cm x 20cm.

Tubular Radiolarian

Previous Next Sculptures Tubular radiolarian Copenhagen, Denmark. June 2018. Plastic cable tubes, black MDF, Stainless steel rings, stainless steel rope, sound. Diameter: 100cm. Description ‘Tubular Radiolarian’ is a name of a new kind of protozoa… In a few decades from now, numerous pieces of plastic tubes lying on the seabed might join each other to […]

A strangers attractor

Previous Next Previous Next Previous Next Previous Next Previous Next Sound Sculptures A strangers attractor Kunsthal Charlottenborg, Copenhagen 2018. Plastic cable pipes, normal and black MDF, wood, varnish, sustainable sound absorptive material, acoustic fabric, acrylic mirror, steel fasteners, clear line, 8-channel electroacoustic installation (loudspeakers, microphones, PC, 15’ real-time echo composition), text. Dimensions variable. Sponsored by Dietzel […]

Shiny happy people

Previous Next Sculptures Shiny happy people The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Copenhagen, Denmark. June 2017. Acrylic, plywood, paint, electric motor, mechanical components. Dimensions 60cm x 45cm x 50cm. * Title refers to REM’s song ‘Shiny Happy People’.

A string wheel

Previous Next Sound Sculptures A string wheel PULSAR Festival 2017, Copenhagen, Denmark. March 2017.Wood, strings, tuning pins. Dimeter: 80cm.

You can’t avoid your destiny

Previous Next Sound sculptures You can’t avoid your destiny Festival of Endless Gratitude, Copenhagen, Denmark. September 2016.Finely tuned wine glasses, birch plywood, acrylic, stainless steel mechanical components, table tennis balls.Dimensions 120cm x 86cm x 35cm. First performance by Katerina Anagnostidou. Photos 3, 4 and 7 by Andreas Bergmann. Description A grid of wine glasses -carefully chosen for their […]

Fighting for some space

FightingForSomeSpace

Previous Next Sound Sculptures Fighting for some space The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Copenhagen, Denmark. June 2016. Stainless steel balls, acrylic, mechanical components, electric motor. Dimensions 60cm x 60cm x 120cm. Description The artwork is a machine that explores the transition from order to chaos through motion and sound. the stainless steel balls can […]

A string kaleidoscope

Previous Next Sound Sculptures A string kaleidoscope Strings, tunning pins, wood, mirror, electric motor, mechanical components, ping pong balls. Dimensions 100cm x 80cm x 160cm. Views: – The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, PULSAR music festival, Copenhagen, Denmark. March 2018. – Kunsthal Charlottenborg, The Spring Exhibition, Copenhagen, Denmark. February 2017. – The Royal Danish […]

White falls

White Falls

Previous Next Sound Sculptures White falls Installation view: Q – space, Copenhagen, Denmark. March 2016. Table tennis balls, acrylic, mechanical components, electric motor. Dimensions 60cm x 60cm x 20cm. Description The work is a machine that explores the transition from order to chaos through motion and sound. an electric motor forces the work in a […]