Cloudy and Chilly, a new work by Craig Wells and Jeremy Welsh, produced during the residency and workshop e-x-p-a-n-d-e-d. at Surnadal Billag. A ten minute video with quadrophonic sound. (Title courtesy of a work made earlier at the same venue by Isabella Martin)
e-x-p-a-n-d-e-d is a workshop and public performance to be held at Surnadal Billag from 3 - 7 April 2018. Artists working in video, experimental film, electronic sound and improvised music will develop material for new projects over a period of four days, and then present works-in-progress on the final day. Surnadal Billag is a project space and artist residency in Surnadalsøra, Møre & Romsdal, Norway. The facility is housed in a former bus station. Taking part in the project will be Ellen Røed, professor of research in moving image at Stockholm University of the Arts: Nazare Soares, experimental film-maker & installation artist; Craig Wells, Phd research fellow in sound and experimental music at the Grieg Academy, Bergen; Michael Francis Duch, contemporary musician and associate professor in music at NTNU, the Norwegian University of Science and Technology; Sigurd Saue, leader of the institute for music technology, NTNU; Magdalena Manderlova, MA student in Fine Art at NTNU, working with voice and electronics; Jørgen Wassvik; BA student at NTNU working with video and sound. The project has been initiated by Jeremy Welsh as part of an ongoing series of research-based art projects investigating space, place and site-sensitivities.
|From the installation 3Rom1/RGB, Jeremy Welsh & Michael Francis Duch, 2018.|