In case you’re looking for something to listen to, here’s a sound theatre piece (in podcast form, in Danish) around the lives of Oskar Kokoschka and Alma Mahler, that I made with Lene Henningsen last year: poetiskpodcast.dk/produktioner/oskar-og-alma/i-stormen-skal-vi-giftes
David Hockney shares some spring paintings and drawings: bbc.com/news/entertainment-arts-52109901
We need to treat animals better! A wake-up call: Is factory farming to blame for coronavirus? theguardian.com/world/2020/mar/28/is-factory-farming-to-blame-for-coronavirus
Filmmaker Gary Hustwit is streaming his documentaries free worldwide during the global #COVID19 crisis, posting a different film each week. “Helvetica” is available until tomorrow:
Frankenstein’s Lab this evening with new works by Lil Lacy, Bo Andersen and Hanne Tofte Jespersen, composed as counterparts to Bach’s works for solo violin – performed by violinist and composer Kuno Kjærbye. Join us at KoncertKirken, CPH Nørrebro, 19:30
Oskar & Alma, A Poetic Podcast: Two years ago Lene Henningsen approached me with a text that she imagined might be turned into some kind of ‘sound theatre’…
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Kim Bjørn brought an interesting small setup along to the Danskmodular meet-up last Saturday. It included the Mi.1e, a bluetooth MIDI to CV adapter that connects wirelessly to an iPad, enabling it to operate, via its own iOS app, as a sequencer, LFO, MIDI to CV interface and more.
There’s a little more on it in this review, which also mentions the similar Instruō Aithēr.
Bonnard Revisited: some thoughts on sound in and alongside paintings. @seesounddk @lydrummet @glyptoteket