On the 25th of May 2019, as part of the exhibition EXOBROCA at the Heimdal Kunstforening, JORDISK was hosted. In a collaboration with the Norwegian sound Innitiative Klubb Kanin sound artists (Martin Palmer, Arnfinn Killingtveit and Ole Nieling) presented a guirillia performance in a tunnel underneath the Heimdal Train station.
The performance lasted for one hour and was open for public interaction. Details concerning the participants can be found below. A short excerpt video of the performance will be posted in the near future for reference.
• Martin Palmer is a multidisciplinary artist operating in the interzone between subcultures and the institutional. He is working with a variety of mediums such as sound, archivalism, text and installations. As a musician he holds a particular interest in time distortion and sound induced trance states.
• Arnfinn Killingtveit are a Norwegian supergroup that consists of Sámi songwriter, rapper, and joiker Fred Buljo, and Norwegian singers Alexandra Rotan and Tom Hugo. The group was created in late 2018 in preparation for the participation in Melodi Grand Prix 2019.
• Ole Nieling's search for the boundaries of contemporary music leads to the edge where music meets fine art. This exploration delves into both the sonic capacities of a wide variety of audio generators and their timbral cohesion. In this search for the finest sounds and first-class sonic expression, nothing is left untouched and no convention is left standing. This result is renaissance experimental ambient.