Hebocon rules

Here is more info on the HEBOCON robot contest. There are still space left for few contestants, so if you’re interested please contact Sam Rees ( s a m t r e e s @ g m a i… Read More

Schedule 2016

Facebook Event:  https://www.facebook.com/events/262718380742548/ Workshops: Raflosti Workshop (monday-saturday, Iceland Academy of the Arts, students only) T-EMP Workshop (monday-tuesday, Iceland Academy of the Arts, students only) The Altar of Algorithmic Noise Workshop (saturday at 15:00, Mengi, OPEN FOR PUBLIC) Events: Wednesday, May 25th: 20:00… Read More

Jón Örn Loðmfjörð

Jón Örn Loðmfjörð is an Icelandic experimental poet. He is noted for computer-generated poetry, and particularly his 2010 mash-up of the Icelandic government report into the collapse of Iceland’s banks in 2008, Gengismunur (‘Arbitrage’).

Ásta Fanney Sigurðardóttir

Ásta Fanney Sigurðardóttir is a multidisciplinary artist based in Reykjavík, Iceland. Her work often explores the fringes of poetry, performance art and experimental music.

Halldór Úlfarsson & Hlynur Vilmarsson

Artist Halldór Úlfarsson and composer Hlynur A. Vilmarsson join forces to create a hi-fi/elemental experiment. Halldór Úlfarsson (1977) studied fine art and design in Helsinki, Finland. His practice has gradually become inseperable from his project the halldorophone, an… Read More

Bergrún Snæbjörnsdóttir

Bergrún is an Icelandic composer/performer/sound artist based in Reykjavík, Iceland / Oakland, California. Her art often reflects sensory distorted power structures, re-invented in one’s own mind.

Þórður Kári Steinþórsson

Þórður Kári Steinþórsson is an electronic musician from the southeastern districts of Reykjavík and sometimes goes under the name Kosmodod. This Berlin based artist is one of the co-founders of Sweaty Records, the brand new Berlin/Reykjavik electro label,… Read More

Kolbeinn Hugi

Born in 1979 in Reykjavík, Kolbeinn Hugi is an island dwelling artist of a generation that emerged in the wake of the cataclysmic great rift between art and artists in the bleak neo-capitalist Reykjavík of modern times. Kolbeinn… Read More

Erik Parr

Erik Parr is an American artist living in Iceland, Europe and the US. He creates sensory based installations that range from sound and visual compositions to interventions in science, industrial processes and ecological systems.

Arnljótur Sigurðsson

Arnljótur is a musician based in Reykjavík. The last years he has focused on electronic music and released four albums under his own name. HIs style has progressed from concrete music to pulsing ambience. On the concert in… Read More

Sigrún Jónsdóttir

Sigrún Jónsdóttir is an Icelandic musician and composer. She studied at the Icelandic Academy of the arts from 2011-2015 alongside touring with various bands around the world. In her most recent work she has been exploring the components… Read More

EIG – Eponymous Instrument Group

Video artist Haraldur Karlsson og Composer Daniel Schorno are former classmates of Sonology where they among other things studied the making of alternative electronic instruments. They have been active for almost two decades in giving exhibitions, workshops and… Read More

Hebocon

Mengi, Saturday the 28th at 21:00 RAFLOST invites applications for people to take part in Iceland´s 1st Hebocon ( a robot sumo-wrestling competition for those who are not technically gifted ). Open to all ages, all abilities.  Please… Read More

Nicolas Kunysz

Nicolas Kunysz is a Reykjavik based Belgian mixed media artist formerly trained as MA in product/industrial designer at La Cambre, Brussels. Since then Nicolas has been working with various artists, designers and companies (Jerzsy Seymour, Wim Delvoye, Sruli… Read More

Sam Rees

Sam Rees is a British artist based in the Northeast of Iceland where he manages a small arts centre and residency. He teaches basic coding and electronics in the design faculty at LHI and has a passion for… Read More

T-EMP

T-EMP (Trondheim Electroacoustic Music Performance) is an ensemble performing improvised electroacoustic music, closely linked to performance explorations in music technology at Department of Music, NTNU (see more information about T-EMP below). T-EMP workshop, Iceland Academy of the Arts,… Read More

Arnar Ómarsson

Arnar Ómarsson is an artist and project manager as well as giving talks about project development, cross disciplinary collaborations and fine art. He graduated with a 1st from the University of the Arts’ London in 2011 with a… Read More

Dodda Maggý

Dodda Maggý is an Icelandic artist based in Reykjavík. Her practice examines invisible or mentally projected elements such as perceptual experiences and changing states of consciousness. Producing audio/visual installations, music, sound art and/or silent moving images, Dodda Maggý… Read More