Field Recording – Workshop

Dates: 19.03 – 21.03.19 , 14:00 – 17:00.
Location: Atelier Nord, Olaf Ryes plass 2 (entrance Sofienberggata).

Registration: 100 NOK, incl. coffee, tea, fruit. Register here, via Eventbrite.

Collected sound fragments for an imaginary landscape is a workshop aimed at artists interested in auditive experiments, electronic music and field recordings – with or without prior experience. The workshop has a duration of three days and participants will explore different recording techniques, sound editing, listening and sound-relevant theory by creating a sound-narrative based on Atelier Nord’s neighborhood Grünerløkka.Read more »

Sound Design For Art Spaces

Date: 06.03.19, 10:00 – 17:00.
Location: Atelier Nord, Olaf Ryes plass 2 (entrance Sofienberggata).

Registration: 300 NOK,- lunch and publication included.

There are only 8 available spaces – please also note that the workshop will be held in Norwegian.

This a workshop for professional and semi-professional interested in sound design for gallery- and museum spaces. The workshop is led by artist and author of Handbook for Sound Design in Art Spaces Jørgen Larsson. Participants will explore different solutions for gallery spaces including directional sound, bass response, ultra sound and sound showers, aesthetic choices, headphones and more. Read more »

Pearla Pigao – Modes to Moods

Pearla Pigao – Modes to Moods

Dates: 25.01. – 24.02.19.
Location: Atelier Nord, Olaf Ryes plass 2 (entrance Sofienberggata).
Opening Hours: Thursday and Friday 3-6 PM, Saturday and Sunday, 1-6 PM.

Please join us for a finissage and dance performance 23.02.19 kl. 17.00 – dancers Oda Bjørholm, Sebastian Biong and Runa Sætervoll will improvise with Pearla Pigao’s sound sculptures.

In her exhibition Modes to Moods, Pearla Pigao is showing five textile sculptures woven in copper and metal, mounted in round pastel-colored frames. The sculptures are instruments, functioning according to the principals of the theremin and fill the room with sound that is modulated by the movements of visitors. First as a low hum, then as individual tones. Lights which synchronize with the sound are integrated into the frames, so that the motifs – digital representations of sinus tones – shimmer in delicate pink and bright silver. Read more »