Various artistic projects
This 30 min radiophonic work was made for ToBe Continued 2016, an original concert lasting 24 hours, during which musicians from many parts of the World will be connected to a website that broadcast their concerts. The concert takes place on the World Tuberculosis day.
Harastølen was built as a sanatorium for tuberculosis patients in Norway. and was later used as a psychiatric institution and lodge for refugees. Since the mid-1990s the building has been abandoned.
I participated in the summer 2014 program of Galleri Ruth, a drive-in sound-art gallery located in the rural region of Råde in Østfold, Norway.
My contrition was a series of short text readings as sound files. Each text was an exercise inviting the audience to listen attentively to the soundscape at the site of the drive-in gallery. The work was based upon Raymond Murray Schafer’s “ear cleaning” exercises in listening.
“Bergen Leser” is an interactive installation that enables collaborative public reading of books. It is installed at the Bergen Public Library, and as recordings accumulate, they become available online as video books. “Bergen Leser” is an adaptation of Read Aloud, an installation by Ross Phillips, commissioned for the National Media Museums in Bradford, UK, 2012-13.
Sound can be one of the principal channels conveying information, meaning, and aesthetic/emotional qualities in interactive contexts. The twelve works in this exhibition showcase the use of Sonic Interaction Design within arts, music and design, and also provide examples of sonification for research and artistic purposes.
The exhibition was collocated with the permanent Music Technology exhibition at the Norwegian Museum of Science, Technology and Medicine in Oslo.
Karen Kipphoff and Trond Lossius collaborates on a videowork that is to be presented at the ICCI 360 panoramic video festival in Plymouth (UK) September 2010. The work is titled “At the Zoo”. It’s an anthropomorphic composition that uses pattern and montaged, abstract sound based on the French tradition of acousmatic music.
SHAKE THE TREE by Maria Udd and Stine Karlsen was commissioned as a public art work for Nordahl Grieg Videregående Skole, opened in 2010.
Architectures by Link Signatur AS. Ingrid Berven and Trond Lossius served as artistic consultants for the public art commission, with a total budget of NOK 2.000.000.
An audio-visual performance by Jeremy Welsh and Trond Lossius, based on material recorded around the sites of WWII German fortifications on islands off the west coast of Norway, near Bergen.
The work was presented at the 6th International Conference on Small Island Cultures Guernsey, June 22 – 25 2010.
This was a one week workshop investigating the creative potential of real time video control and manipulation using Max and Nato.0+55+3d software.