Posts Tagged ‘ArsBioarctica’

At last here is an update on our project. We have been getting used to being back in California after a few months in Finland and I have to say, it’s been a bit of an adjustment. We would like to thank Pirjo for arranging our housing and giving us a lift to the K-Market [...]

Our group of seven people arrived at Kilpisjärvi Biological Station on September 27. As a part of the Ars Bioarctica residency program we proposed to engage with a choreographic research on impact of a post-anthropocentric standpoint in relation to what becomes central in a choreographic work. The group is formed by dancers, dramaturg, lighting designer, [...]

still sensing dust and since some months other air related data for sonification via analog modular synthesizers, using arduino for translation of sensor data into analog control voltages to interfer into modulation groups of the analog sound engine. last days visualization layer implemented – analog composite video direct from the modular rack. direct visualization of [...]

The goal was to photograph the starry sky, milky way and, if possible, some Northern lights. In our mind: nice starscapes over Malla and cool timelapses. The only time-frame to do so was Christmas week, due to our regular jobs. So there we’re in Kilpisjärvi, the 24th of December. Six hours late, after the train [...]