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THE ATMOSPHERICS 9 (A Blue Million Miles)
Jeremy Welsh & Trond Lossius

Video- og lydinstallasjon

23. august  – 29. september 2019
Onsdag – søndag: 12.00 – 16.00

THE ATMOSPHERICS 9 (A Blue Million Miles)

The Atmospherics er et samarbeidsprosjekt av Trond Lossius og Jeremy Welsh. Prosjektet ble påbegynt i 2014 som en forlengelse av temaer de jobbet med innenfor det kunstneriske forskningsprosjektet Re:Place ved Kunsthøgskolen i Bergen, 2012-2013. Basert på feltopptak med flerkanals digital lyd og HD/4K video, har prosjektet så langt omfattet flere installasjoner og visninger.

Materialet til The Atmospherics er blitt innspilt i blant annet Hardanger, Trøndelag, Sogn og Fjordane, Bergensområdet og Sør-Italia. De fleste “episodene” har så langt kombinert opptak fra naturlandskap med materiale fra utkanter av byer og industriområder. Særlig overganger fra én type miljø til en annen har vært et sentralt motiv i prosjektet. Lyd- og bildematerialene er behandlet og bearbeidet i post-produksjon for å oppnå grader av abstraksjon og for å fjerne innhold som direkte representerer et gitt sted i verden. Ambisjonen er å skape en midlertidig, syntetisk opplevelse av forskjellige steder. Samtidig inkorporeres materiale fra nærmiljøet til selve utstillingsstedet slik at publikum kan gjenkjenne stedlige elementer i komposisjonen.

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Exhibition opening Friday August 23 @ 6 PM!
@ TEKS.studio – Nedre Bakklandet 20C


THE ATMOSPHERICS 9 (A Blue Million Miles)
Jeremy Welsh & Trond Lossius

Video and sound installation

August 23 – September 29
Wednesday – Sunday: 12 – 4 PM


THE ATMOSPHERICS 9 (A Blue Million Miles)

The Atmospherics is one of the ongoing collaborative projects of Trond Lossius and Jeremy Welsh. Through field recordings they capture unique qualities from different natural landscapes and urban areas. The recorded audio and video material is then filtered, edited, modified and mixed to highlight some characters or to mute others. The intention is not to document the sites, but rather to build a database of audiovisual material that is combined in different ways in their installations, where each assembly becomes a “temporary place”, constructed of impulses from different geographical areas.

Since 2014, the project has moved from Bergen, Trondheim, Arendal, Førde, Utne and Campania, Italy, where it has been presented in various installations with multi-screen video and multi-channel audio. An earlier version was presented at Heimdal Kunstforening in 2016, and the last version, #8, was conveyed at Gallery Entrée in Bergen early 2019.

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Jeremy Welsh (b. 1954, Gateshead, UK) lives between Trondheim and Bergen. He works within video, installation, photography, audio and performance. He is a professor of visual arts at the Academy of Fine Arts in Trondheim, NTNU. He was a former professor, master coordinator and dean at the Bergen Academy of Art and Design (2001-2013), and founder and curator at The Film & Video Umbrella, London (1988-1990). His education is from Nottingham Trent University (1977) Goldsmith’s College, University of London (1982). His works have been included in several national and international collections, like the National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design, Oslo, Trondheim Art Museum, Arts Council Norway, ZKM Media Center (Karlsruhe) and MacQuarie University Art Collection in Sydney.

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Trond Lossius (b. 1966, Bergen) lives between Oslo and Sotra. His projects investigate sound, place and space, using sound spatialisation and multichannel audio as an invisible and temporal sculptural medium in works engaging with the site. He has collaborated on a large number of cross-disciplinary projects, amongst others with the contemporary performance group Verdensteatret.He graduated with a Master degree in Geophysics from the University of Bergen and went on to study music and composition at The Grieg Academy. From 2003-2007 he was a research fellow at Bergen National Academy of the Arts. Lossius is currently Head of Artistic Research and Fellowship Programme at Oslo National Academy of the Arts. He is one of the developers of the software framework Jamoma, and he has ported Ambisonic Toolkit to a set of plugins for the Reaper DAW.

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