Photo from Athens, where I have spent most of december as Artist in Residence at the Danish Institute. Field recordings, most of them focusing on very low frequencies, will form the material for new compositions.
Sound Museum of Silence just featured a field recording by Morten Poulsen, recorded in at the Yegoshikha Cemetery in Perm, Russia. The theme of Sound Museum of Silence is to present soundscapes with a loudness below 20dB. Listen to the recording here.
Aquasonic performed three sold out concerts at New Vision Arts Festival in Hong Kong CH, on October 26th, 27th and 28th 2018.
Video from the Tiny Sound Tour with Giuseppe Doronzo and Morten Poulsen can be found here. More information about the duo can be found here.
Photo by Lucas Illanes.
AR I-IV, a new commissioned sound composition/performance, will be presented at Open Days Festival for new music and sound art in Aalborg on September 14th. Read more about the composition here.
The first podcast from Artists Anonymous is out. Music composed by Morten Poulsen.
Snapshot from the premiere of the audiovisual concert Atmosphaera in Nykøbing Mors Kirke. Foto by Simon Synnestvedt Olsen.
Presenting the new work Jazz Iterations as part of Meutiviti Festival 2018. Find out more about it here.
The new video teaser from Atmosphaera can be found here.
Katarsis, the latest film from danish duo KA&HA, had its premiere in June 2018 with music and sound design by Morten Poulsen. The film can now be found online here.
A girl lost on stage. A woman trying to relive her youth. A boy in love. A man struggling to erradicate the noise. The short film “Katarsis” explores the subject of modern media culture – its effects on the individual as well as our society’s obsession with self-exposure and nostalgia. We often like to criticise this circus but aren’t we voluntarily taking part in it ourselves?