Author Archives: Elin Øyen Vister
SOUNDSCAPE RØST FOR INSOMNIA 19.10.2012 – 04.11.2012 ÅPNER 19. OKTOBER: Tromsø Kunstforening har i flere år samarbeidet med Insomniafestivalen for elektronisk musikk, både gjennom utstillinger og konserter. I år er Elin Øyen Vister utvalgt som Festivalkunstner. Soundscape Røst er et … Continue reading
The astonishing documentary “The Act of Killing” had is world premiere at the Toronto film festival!
Final Cut For Real presents: The Act Of Killing A Film By Joshua Oppenheimer Directed by Joshua Oppenheimer. Co-directed by Christine Cynn & Anonymous. Produced by Signe Børge Sørensen Executive produced by Errol Morris, Werner Herzog and André Singer. “I … Continue reading
I am very happy and greatful to be spending the next to weeks at BEK, in Bergen. Coinciding with my stay at BEK is Bergen Open, which means you can come and visit BEK and listen and see works in progress … Continue reading
Tigernet and the physical shop Tiger, situated in Hammersborggt. 18 (close to Youngstorget in Oslo),now stocks Soundscape Røst – Spaces And Species Vol I. Click here to buy the vinyl. 300 copies only. On 180 gr vinyl, with double gatefold sleave and coloured innersleave. Mastered and pressed by Record Industry in … Continue reading
Lyden av fugler som forsvinner!
Quiet Position- Locale The soundrecordist and artist Jez Riley, currently discovering the hidden sounds of the Tate Modern building in London, has curated a free download album of fieldrecordings for the Impulsive Habitat label entitled: Quiet Position – Locale. I am featuring a track … Continue reading
Six tracks to preview on Soundcloud:
At the museum of contemporary art in Roskilde, Denmark: http://samtidskunst.dk/en/view/objekt/?tabel=udstillinger&id=281 I will present the installation: Pelagic Magic – The Listening Lounge. I will also do a performance on opening day plus the following week. One part of the installation is … Continue reading
# 15 My first field recording trip to Røst came about in the early spring of 2010. I took a 3-4 hour long ferry journey from Moskenes in Lofoten to Røst. I arrived late Sunday evening on the 28th of … Continue reading