Together with Lill Rastad Bjoerst I made an sound installation for this exhibition of drawings made by Nuka Godtfredsen. The installation consist of seven pieces of music that interacts when triggered by the audiences movements in the room. The sound refers to the drawings and the five seasons in Greenland.
Nuka Godtfredsen is hired by the Danish National Museum to tell 4500 years of Greenlandic history in form of grafic novels. The exhibition features drawings from the first two out of four books. The Drawings are amazing and the Greenlandic history is as exotic and fantastic as it gets. I really enjoyed working with these great pieces of art and this fantastic place on earth as inspiration, and I think the music and the exhibition has turned out very successful.
Mads Beldring plays drums on one of the seven pieces.
If you are in Copenhagen then check it out. It runs until september 2. 2012 at: Nordatlantens Brygge, Strandgade 91, 1401 København K.