Performance installations

Erase[r]head, 2018 



Equipment: a 16 channel mixer with 4 bus channels, a cassette delay (a modified Sony-W475), two modified cassette tapes, about a 4 meter long tape loop cut out from empty tapes and put together with clear tape, two DPA microphones, three small delay units, two Neumann 487 microphones, two sE4400A microphones and six genelec 8020 speakers.

The idea: Instead of reading his work Rainforest IV within the framework of second-order cybernetics this is a test on how to expand David Tudors Rainforest IV. It is exploring the concept of giving ‘voice to an object’. It was up and running for a couple of days at the Royal College of Music, Stockholm 2018.



sound memory, 2017

An interactive sound piece was commissioned by Audiorama as a part of their Compoz project.
Players: 2–6 persons
Instructions: In this room, sounds are hidden. Two of each kind. Together they form a pair. There is a total of 16 sound pairs. Let the listening begin!
Duration: 5 – 20 min.
Photo: Bodil Bolstad

Premiere for Sol Andersson’s and David Granström’s new works for the sound art installation Compoz and the release event for ”Compoz – det ljudande rummet” – the first book published by Audiorama förlag!’


 Open Source Intelligence , 2014

Interactive installation and performance commissioned by Audiorama and Luger,
originally created for ‘Stockholm Music & Arts festival, 1-3 August 2014. In collaboration
with Johannes Ahlberg, Göran Sandström and Patrik Ohlsson. Photographer Peo Bengtsson

The boundary between spectator and actor is becoming blurred. The roles have merged into each other, change places, and take turns. What I need is a digital medium to travel in and through. My life is not just one, my identity are many. We do not yet know how the constant monitoring and mapping affect us but what we do know is that it is one of the greatest revolutions in human history and old rules no longer apply. Knowledge has always been the strongest commodity, but today’s digital consumption has opened the gates for a perhaps less flattering market, where human values are negotiable by everyone, for everyone, at any time, and in public.


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