Watching the noise

Introduction to

  • Kelhajärvi (part) - from the Arteles residency
  • Ruins (partial) - what's left after the collapse
  • Synesthesia 6 (excerpt) - hearing the music
  • Viidanoja (part) - from the Arteles residency
  • Fractal 1 (partial) - hence and forth
  • Alhojärven (fragment) - from the Arteles residency
  • Ahrolantie (reflection) - remixed for the museum gig
  • Joutsen (part) - from the Arteles residency
  • Fractal 6 (partial) - behold the silence of awe
  • Kokoon (part) - from the Arteles residency with Pauliina Palo
  • Synesthesia 4 (excerpt) - live at the museum of fine arts
  • Uusi-Pukarantie (part) - real finnish melancholia
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Gently enter the world of Music For Installations by listening to more accessible pieces which echo a lot of ambient, hinting to his alter-ego Lounasan.

Going abstract

  • Stopped (partial) - when functioning gets void
  • Leppänen - from the Arteles residency
  • Somewhere between Saturn and Neptune (part) - lost in space
  • Synesthesia 2 (excerpt) - live at the museum of fine arts
  • Fractal 4 (partial) - gravitational pulse
  • Koivistontie (part) - lost in the woods
  • Jellyfish - from the music from the masses project
  • Yli-Nurmikosk - from the Arteles residency
  • Urgent time to stop all the action (partial) - too much gets hollow
  • Saksankulma (part) - bleeps from the north
  • Fractal 9 (partial) - distant drone
  • Braindamage (partial) - dark thoughts breaking synapses
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Drifting away from the clear path into soundpatches which will communicate whith each other in more non-musical ways than what you would expect from notes.

Off the scale

  • Tutorial for two opposite moving circles (fragment) -
  • Yassur parle au concrète - hommage pierre henry
  • Fear (part) - signals of a dying planet
  • Ahrolantie - from the Arteles residency
  • Fractal 7 (partial) - small steps, big rooms
  • Synesthesia 5 (excerpt) - live at the museum of fine arts
  • Metsäruusi (Part) - from the Arteles residency
  • Chaos (Partial) - chaos in my mind
  • Synesthesia 7 (excerpt) - live at the museum of fine arts
  • Melancholia - tribute to lars von trier
  • Fractal 10 (partial) -
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When the buttons and knobs are having their own will, things get more and more out of control. You can only dive in deep and let the soundscapes take over or be bounced off forever.

“Life is a stream of sounds! “

Synesthesia 4

Museum Fine Arts

Melancholia

Music For Installations is about experiencing. This is the place where sound meets space! Imagine being in a dark rectangular room with speakers in the four corners and only you as an object, absorbing the sound. Catching these sounds leads to sonic landscapes and active soundworlds. The music fits perfectly in empty places, dark rooms and can be the soundtrack of your artistic installations.

This is the basic principle of Music For Installations. Life is a stream of sounds. Most people don’t hear it and let it pass. But if you capture that flow of chaotic patterns that surrounds us, you can find answers in what is moving around us, what our future could be, where we are going to.

Audio Albums

Fractions of Unity (small elements versus the whole)

Release at AntennA Festival 21-22 February 2020. Derived from the unifyable characteristics of small objects or moments, this new album is a mix of the original concept of soundscapes with some more abstract behaviours.

  • Fractal 1 (partial) - Music For Installations
  • Fractal 4 (partial) - Music For Installations
  • Fractal 6 (partial) - Music For Installations
  • Fractal 7 (partial) - Music For Installations
  • Fractal 9 (partial) - Music For Installations
  • Fractal 10 (partial) - Music For Installations
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Live at the Museum of Fine Arts

Drones and Soundscapes at work. Originally recorded at the Live Set in the Museum of Fine Arts in Gent on 28th of November 2013. Inspired on the ‘synesthesia’ theme of the then running exhibition.

  • Synesthesia 2 (excerpt) - Music For Installations
  • Synesthesia 4 (excerpt) - Music For Installations
  • Synesthesia 5 (excerpt) - Music For Installations
  • Synesthesia 7 (excerpt) - Music For Installations
  • Synesthesia 6 (excerpt) - Music For Installations
  • Ahrolantie (reflection) (excerpt) - Music For Installations
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Dark Side (a retrospective into dark moods)

An album full of soundscapes and drones creating an enigmatic dark ambient world. It’s a profound musical study handling depressed emotions and feelings of lost solitude. A strong statement ahead of its time!

  • Fear (fragment) - Music For Installations
  • Chaos (fragment) - Music For Installations
  • Braindamage (fragment) - Music For Installations
  • Ruins (fragment) - Music For Installations
  • Stopped (fragment) - Music For Installations
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Latest on the BLOG

Antenna Festival

Performance at Antenna Electronic festival, together with video from Niek Cornil.

Poetry – with Nick Cornil

A multimedia installation for the poetry expo in a mental health institution.

Live at the Museum

NEW CD – Live at the Museum of Fine Arts Ghent. On Databloem and Bandcamp.

Openingsact Festival

Together with live video’s from Nick Cornil, MFI wil open this festival in Ronse.

Metsä Pako Melbourne

Display with images from Benten Clay, Jenna Corcoran. Inspired on Arteles.

Hommage Pierre Henry

What better way to say goodbye to Pierre Henry then using a full-scale Soundscape?