Ida Juhl / sound installation

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 of Iceland Dance Company, setting up 5 productions at the Reykjavík City Theater, and released music as ‘ knackered’ through arts collective Post-Dreifing.

After graduating from Iceland University of the Arts in 2022, she scored the dance piece ‘Saos, utter soil’ in Finland, using microphone feedback and field recordings from North Karelia.

In 2022-2023 she took part in researching the development of digital culture for the Grand Theater in Gronigen, and spoke on inclusivity in electronic music at expanded music festival MINU in Copenhagen.

Residency's finale took place on 30 June 2023.