Wednesday 23rd of May
MENGI – Óðinsgata 2
20:00 Screening (1000 ISK entrance)
- The Goodiepal Equation. Documentary film by Sami Sänpäkkilä
- Animated notation performance warm-up by S.L.Á.T.U.R. members
Thursday 24th of May
SÖLVHÓLL- Sölvhólsgata 13 (behind the building, from Skúlagata)
20:00 Opening (free entrance)
Friday 25th of May
MENGI – Óðinsgata 2
17:00 Workshop Performance (free entrance)
21:00 Performance Evening (2000 ISK entrance)
Saturday 26th of May
MENGI – Óðinsgata 2
13:00 Exhibition (free entrance)
15:00 Lectures (free entrance)
21:00 Concert – Algorave (2000 ISK entrance)
Sunday 27th of May
REYKJAVIK SAILING CLUB – Ingólfsgarður (behind Harpa)
13:00-16:00 Installation (free entrance)
Margrét Iversen /// Magga is an visual artist, graduated from the Jutland Art Academy in 2013. She mostly works with sculptures with an element of sound or movement.
Duration is a self-contained performing object.
Una Sigtryggsdóttir is an artist based in Reykjavík. Her work breaks apart the apparent dichotomy between objective time(mechanisms such as clocks and calendars) and subjective time(perceived changes and experiences), choosing to focus on how these two methods of keeping time may intersect. In her work, flipbooks, shadows on draped fabric, and changes in Gross Domestic Product are equally valid as measures of time. These and other time-metric constructs are folded into her sculptures, videos, installations and music.
It is true! Live Action Sculpture?
Following instructions delivered by Árni Jónsson via digital communication, Rúnar Örn will create a brand new sculpture live in front of the audience using various power tools.
Árni Jónsson and Rúnar Örn Jóhönnu Marinósson graduated together from the Fine Arts department of the Iceland University of the Arts in 2016. This will be their first collaborative work.
KverK is an experimental and immersive musical performance based on live electronics, real-time sampling and processing.
Tom Manoury develops interactive tools and intuitive interfaces allowing great performing freedom. Seeking to break the rigid and sequenced environment often inherent to computer-based music, he creates his music in a very organic way, producing an eclectic and personal sound.
Steinunn has been a part of the Native Instruments team for over 8 years and currently heads up Research and Data related topics as a part of the Engineering Director team. Previously she was a part of NI’s Research team as a DSP Developer where she worked on audio effects such as compressors, limiters, reverbs and filters for most of Native’s product range, including Maschine, Traktor, GuitarRig and Kontakt. She received a B.Sc. in Electrical and Computer Engineering in 2006 from University of Iceland, M.A. in Music Science and Technology in 2008 and M.Sc. in Electrical Engineering in 2010, both from Stanford University.
Andri Björgvinsson brings various skrapatól to assist with the performance of his piece, Flómagi 1.
Andri Björgvinsson is an artist living in Reykjavík.
Material/Matter is a performance deriving from the work and research of Sól Ey and Jesus Canuto Iglesias. The performance uses sound sculptures of metal inspired by industrial machinery and its undesired artefacts. It explores the sonic and physical relationship of the sculptures and the performer. By playing with light, movements and space the performer is in control of playing the sculptures as instruments, exploring the inherent sound of the industrial and the beauty within the mass of noise.
Jesus Canuto Iglesias is a Spanish multiplatform artist currently living in The Hague. By making use of mediums and technologies he creates installations which experiment with different phenomena derived from the misguided perception of humans. He uses these common dualities or misunderstandings as a main topic in his works. He has a Masters degree in Advertisement and Fashion Photography from TAI University Center of the Arts and a Master Degree in Conceptual photography from EFTI in Madrid. He is currently studying Artscience in the Royal Academy of Arts of The Hague.
Sól Ey is an Icelandic sound artist, performer and instrument maker based in The Hague. Her work focuses on interdisciplinary approach to sound explores the possibilities of interactivity, new media and the connection between sound and space. By composing and creating new electronic instruments she looks for ways to expand the expressional possibilities of musical performance to be visual, physical or interactive. She is currently studying composition and sonology at the Royal Conservatoire of The Hague.
Páll Ivan frá Eiðum – renegade cop and maverick
Páll Ivan takes you on an epic journey through space and time,
his face beaten beyond recognition.
The perfect storm in a nutshell.