LUMEN PROJECT 13 AUG

LUMEN PROJECT 13 AUG

Saturday 13th August 2022

20:00 – 22:00 at Sjösala, Östra Ämtervik

Plus daytime events at Alma Löv Museum

100 SEK (plus booking fee)

Daytime events free

Tickets →

 

DAYTIME EVENTS

 

CAMILLE PRIEUX // KARIN LINDSTRÖM KOLTERUD

VENUE Alma Löv Museum of Unexp. Art

Your evening concert ticket grants you access to Alma Löv Museum during the daytime.

The kulning workshop is free but sign up is required via the Billetto ticket page …

 

 

CAMILLE PRIEUX
http://www.cam-prieux.eu/

What does nature sound like for a tree? What if each branch and each leaf were as many ears? How does the wind sound like for a root? How do we sound like for the bark? And what if we could be that tree and listen to this sonic world? Can the act of listening bring us closer to nature?

Camille Prieux presents Sonoscopia – a transdisciplinary project created as an invitation to witness the soundscape that surrounds us; to acknowledge the presence of a multitude of voices in our environment and how our bodies impact the natural choir of the world.

 

KULNING WORKSHOP 15:00
https://kularkraft.se/

Kulning is an old communicating voice technique used in Swedish and Norwegian summer farms long ago. It was a way for calling the cattle and communicating with other people over long distances. You use a very high, strong and powerful voice when you kular, and in a quiet forest it can be heard for kilometers. Everyone can find a powerful voice, so you don’t need to have a special singing voice to learn how to kula. The important thing is to use your own unique voice, which everyone has.

To kula (do herding call) is to trust and make visible your inner strength. It’s to take space with your voice and to be here and now in mind and body. Kulning is very powerful, it’s an exciting cultural history and it’s a fun and releasing journey of voice exploration!

The teacher Karin Lindström Kolterud learned kulning from Agneta Stolpe in Dalarna more than 20 years ago. Karin is also a carrier of tradition from her Norwegian family who lived at summer farms at the beginning of the last century. She grew up with folk music around, both Swedish and Norwegian. She has been teaching kulning for 10 years with a strategy to create a space for learning that is safe, relaxed, playful and encouraging. The method is very basic, integrating the whole body and working from scratch with thorough voice warming-up. And slowly, in a playful way, you can approach your powerful voice.

 

EVENING PERFORMANCES

 

ŠIROM // TOMOKO SAUVAGE // KELLY JAYNE JONES

VENUE Sjösala, Östra Ämtervik (directions)

 

SUGGESTIONS FOR ENJOYING THE EVENING EVENT

Bring something to sit on from home

Remove shoes and uncomfortable clothing

Turn off or put away your phone

Applause is not necessary

Come and go as you like

Sleep if you wish

Tickets →

 

ŠIROM
http://siromband.si/

The intertwining of diverse musical approaches and tools, histories of sounds and unbridled musical imagination and craftmanship is the expansive guiding principle of the Širom trio, whose members stem from the regions of Prekmurje, Tolminsko and Kras.

More than a dozen instruments can be found in the repertoire of Iztok Koren, Samo Kutin and Ana Kravanja and at least as many given musical forms that can be perceived as an inspiration behind the character of this new ensemble. However, in their practice as well as experiencing they remain anchored in their creative process to an extent that allows them to avoid merely reflecting existing patterns. What this generates in an original, stylistically homogeneous form of expression that oscillates between a wide array of folk sounds and contemporary acoustic rock-style meditations. The end result is grounded yet still mystical minimalism.

 

TOMOKO SAUVAGE
https://o-o-o-o.org/

Tomoko Sauvage (JP/FR) is a musician and sound artist who is best known for her long-time experimentation on unique hybrid instrument combining water, ceramics, sub-aquatic amplification and electronics. Sauvage’s research is grounded in live-performance practices embracing unpredictable dynamics of materials while incorporating ritualistic yet playful gestures, improvisation with environments and the use of chance as a compositional method.

 

KELLY JAYNE JONES
https://www.kellyjaynejones.org/

Kelly Jayne Jones is a Manchester based artist making work that combines performance, installation and sound. She is self taught and began working in DIY experimental noise music and her practice has expanded to include sound installation, dance, gesture, sonic drawings, stone sculpture and film scores. She is interested in creating a multi-sensory experience that creates possible conditions for communication and exchange.

Saturday 13th August 2022

20:00 – 22:00 at Sjösala, Östra Ämtervik

Plus daytime events at Alma Löv Museum

100 SEK (plus booking fee)

Daytime events free

Tickets →

 

DAYTIME EVENTS

 

CAMILLE PRIEUX // KARIN LINDSTRÖM KOLTERUD

VENUE Alma Löv Museum of Unexp. Art

Your evening concert ticket grants you access to Alma Löv Museum during the daytime.

The kulning workshop is free but sign up is required via the Billetto ticket page …

 

 

CAMILLE PRIEUX
http://www.cam-prieux.eu/

What does nature sound like for a tree? What if each branch and each leaf were as many ears? How does the wind sound like for a root? How do we sound like for the bark? And what if we could be that tree and listen to this sonic world? Can the act of listening bring us closer to nature?

Camille Prieux presents Sonoscopia – a transdisciplinary project created as an invitation to witness the soundscape that surrounds us; to acknowledge the presence of a multitude of voices in our environment and how our bodies impact the natural choir of the world.

 

KULNING WORKSHOP 15:00
https://kularkraft.se/

Kulning is an old communicating voice technique used in Swedish and Norwegian summer farms long ago. It was a way for calling the cattle and communicating with other people over long distances. You use a very high, strong and powerful voice when you kular, and in a quiet forest it can be heard for kilometers. Everyone can find a powerful voice, so you don’t need to have a special singing voice to learn how to kula. The important thing is to use your own unique voice, which everyone has.

To kula (do herding call) is to trust and make visible your inner strength. It’s to take space with your voice and to be here and now in mind and body. Kulning is very powerful, it’s an exciting cultural history and it’s a fun and releasing journey of voice exploration!

The teacher Karin Lindström Kolterud learned kulning from Agneta Stolpe in Dalarna more than 20 years ago. Karin is also a carrier of tradition from her Norwegian family who lived at summer farms at the beginning of the last century. She grew up with folk music around, both Swedish and Norwegian. She has been teaching kulning for 10 years with a strategy to create a space for learning that is safe, relaxed, playful and encouraging. The method is very basic, integrating the whole body and working from scratch with thorough voice warming-up. And slowly, in a playful way, you can approach your powerful voice.

 

EVENING PERFORMANCES

 

ŠIROM // TOMOKO SAUVAGE // KELLY JAYNE JONES

VENUE Sjösala, Östra Ämtervik (directions)

 

SUGGESTIONS FOR ENJOYING THE EVENING EVENT

Bring something to sit on from home

Remove shoes and uncomfortable clothing

Turn off or put away your phone

Applause is not necessary

Come and go as you like

Sleep if you wish

Tickets →

 

ŠIROM
http://siromband.si/

The intertwining of diverse musical approaches and tools, histories of sounds and unbridled musical imagination and craftmanship is the expansive guiding principle of the Širom trio, whose members stem from the regions of Prekmurje, Tolminsko and Kras.

More than a dozen instruments can be found in the repertoire of Iztok Koren, Samo Kutin and Ana Kravanja and at least as many given musical forms that can be perceived as an inspiration behind the character of this new ensemble. However, in their practice as well as experiencing they remain anchored in their creative process to an extent that allows them to avoid merely reflecting existing patterns. What this generates in an original, stylistically homogeneous form of expression that oscillates between a wide array of folk sounds and contemporary acoustic rock-style meditations. The end result is grounded yet still mystical minimalism.

 

TOMOKO SAUVAGE
https://o-o-o-o.org/

Tomoko Sauvage (JP/FR) is a musician and sound artist who is best known for her long-time experimentation on unique hybrid instrument combining water, ceramics, sub-aquatic amplification and electronics. Sauvage’s research is grounded in live-performance practices embracing unpredictable dynamics of materials while incorporating ritualistic yet playful gestures, improvisation with environments and the use of chance as a compositional method.

 

KELLY JAYNE JONES
https://www.kellyjaynejones.org/

Kelly Jayne Jones is a Manchester based artist making work that combines performance, installation and sound. She is self taught and began working in DIY experimental noise music and her practice has expanded to include sound installation, dance, gesture, sonic drawings, stone sculpture and film scores. She is interested in creating a multi-sensory experience that creates possible conditions for communication and exchange.