The icelandic town Akureyri seems to be taken straight out of a fairytale – it’s small, quiet, filled with charming buildings and surrounded by a breathtaking view of mountains and ocean. This is the place where Egill Logi Jónasson was born.
Ida Schuften Juhl (1994) is an Iceland based composer, performer, and sound artist who works with serendipitous processes to utilise unforeseeable outcomes as a tool for inspiration. She holds 8 years of artistic experience doing sound installations, composing for short-film and contemporary dance, performing, sound engineering and researching. Through 2023, she’s worked as technical director…
Unfiled is a multidisciplinary artist duo from Reykjavik, Atli Bollason and Guðmundur Úlfarsson. They experiment and improvise with performances, audiovisual and static interpretations of works. In the Kunstfabrik, their intention will be to further refine the creative processes in order to create an audiovisual composition for the live performance.
The audio-video installation was on April 23 at the residence in the Herðubíó/Seyðisfjörður/Iceland. Working in the tone of a contemporary catastrophic narrative, the artist will create the eponymous STOCK FOR FUTURE - a database of the inhabitants of Hella, recorded in audio and video form. The theme of the project will be emotion.
Meetings and workshops include working with our voice, in particular learning traditional singing with the so-called open voice.
Artistic meeting involves holding of a series of sound workshops with the participation of the local community. The final result of the workshop will be the creation of a radio play, a sound installation, a performance. All inhabitants are invited to take part in this workshop, with a focus on immigrants, including those from Poland.