Video from 7.5.2011

Bradford Blackburn, tr4nc3f1gur4t10n

Videos from the SLÁTUR event

Páll Ivan Pálsson: Guðmundur Steinn Gunnarsson:  

RAFLOST 2011 is over!

BIG THANKS to the participants of RAFLOST 2011! Looking forward meeting you again in future RAFLOSTs.

Sigrún Harðardóttir

Gaia in action. This work is Juxtaposition of shots from the volcanic eruption on Fimmvörðuháls Iceland from april 4th 2010. Here the creativity of Gaia (Mother earth) is in the center, drawing attention to the painterly quality of… Read More

Dennis H. Miller

Echoing Spaces (2009) is an nine-minute composition for single-channel video and stereo audio. The work explores a number of virtual environments in which the primary elements recur (echo) both in immediate succession and at different times throughout the… Read More

Ninna Þórarinsdóttir

Ninna Thorarinsdottir is a designer from Akureyri currently living and working in Reykjavik as a graphic designer and illustrator. Graduated with a BA from the Design Academy Eindhoven in 2006. Since her graduation project (Limbus) she has continued working… Read More

Björk Viggósdóttir/Þorbjörn G. Kolbrúnarson

Reverse Memories Memories mediate between images and sounds. Old experiences are abstracted to create new. Memory becomes reality. In her general practice Björk Viggósdóttir deals with visual images, emotions, sounds and sensations in a similar way to what… Read More

Jesper Pedersen

Brautarholt Rímix (2011) Audio, video and candy The piece is created with support from the Danish Arts Foundation. Performance: Katie Buckley

Guðmundur Steinn Gunnarsson

Páll Ivan Pálsson

Fire It’s hot Páll Ivan is born in the year nineteeneightyone, is educated and active.

Hallvarður Ásgeirsson/Áslaug Gunnlaugsdóttir

Áslaug sings Áslaug is autistic woman living in Hólaberg in Breiðholt. Shesings a lot, especially in the evening, and loves music and going toconcerts. I recorded samples of her, and cut pieces together. Hallvarður Ásgeirsson is born in… Read More

Áki Ásgeirsson

294° for Halldorophone and mixed tuba/trombone. Performed by Ingi Garðar Erlendsson and Sandra Snæbjörnsdóttir.

Madelyn Byrne/Lily Glass

Arrival Madelyn Byrne, composer Lily Glass, video artist In this piece travel serves as a metaphor for self-discovery, or its opposite – distraction. The sounds of travel and introspection – including traffic, trains, planes, breath, rain, and voice… Read More

Aldo Rodriguez

La vida en un Suspiro – Life in a Sigh This work is a visual point of view about life and about living in the northwest of Mexico where the drug dealers rules the way of life of… Read More