Acousmatic Stories2019/10/12+19

Two evenings with immersive listening experiences in the spacious facilities at in-discourse studios, located in the former railway workshop at “Lokstallarna” in Malmö. Presenting new and former works by swedish, danish and greek composers, performed in an acousmonium, a large scale multichannel sound system of 30+ loudspeakers, installed for this event at in-discourse which was chosen for it’s exceptional acoustics and unique atmosphere.

Acousmatic Stories presents two branches: “Radio Plays” and “Stories of Flights, Ferries, and Fish”.

Saturday, October 12th

SØS Gunver Ryberg – “Fragments”
Kent Olofsson – “Skellefteå / Malmö” and “Karlskrona / Malmö”

in-discourse, Södra Bulltoftavägen 51G, Malmö – doors 19:30, on stage 20:30 – entrance 80 sek – map

Saturday, October 19th

Marinos Koutsomichalis – “sāk vitt ok vītt of verǫld hverja”
Lise-Lotte Norelius – “The Hatchery“
Jørgen Teller – “Codhead, Lighthouse and Baby Grand”
Jakob Riis – “Life beyond starboard and fish”
Niels Bjerg – “Hvidt Sand, Vand og Asfalt”

in-discourse, Södra Bulltoftavägen 51G, Malmö – doors 19:30, on stage 20:30 – entrance 80 sek – map

Acousmatic Stories: Radio Plays are presenting works created for large multichannel loudspeaker orchestra, approaching the listeners by taking over the physical space with sounds around and above the listeners, while preserving the potentials of the radio play to move, interact and overlap between completely different environments, places, times and people.

Stories of Flights, Ferries, and Fish is an artistic endeavour conveying stories of commuting people (and fish), and exploring the Nordic landscape, its island complexes and archipelagos, its climate, and the various geophysical phenomena that forge it. The project pivots on audio-logs, spoken word, sound-art, electroacoustic compositions, field-recordings, interviews, photography, and all sorts of other artefacts to be presented to audiences alongside tastings of local fish.

Read full program here

Supported by: Malmö stad, Nordisk Kulturfond, Nordic Culture Point, Past Machine HB, in-discourse and Inter Arts Center